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Community Flyers


The Grandview Heights Schools values the opportunities that the greater community offers to our students, parents, and families to enhance intellectual, physical, personal, and social development. 
 
Submitted flyers for the following information are attached at the bottom of this page.  Flyer submission information is located at the bottom of this page.  Please note that events and programs are not necessarily sponsored by Grandview Heights Schools.
 
 
Ohio Craft Museum 2021 Summer Art Camp
 
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Girl Empowerment Opportunities
 
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Syntero Spring Wellness Groups - Registration Open
 
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Syntero Virtual Summer Groups - Save the Date
 
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Classroom Antics STEAM Camps - Registration Information
 
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iSports - Registration Information
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Thurber House Summer Writing Camp - Registration Open for Grades 2-9
 
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Syntero Offers Free, Virtual Parent Workshops - March - April 2021
To register, download the PDF flyer at the bottom of this page and click on the registration buttons.
 
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Grandview Heights Marble Cliff Education Foundation Announces New Life Long Learning Scholarships
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Ohio Association of Student Leaders (OASL) 2021 Summer Leadership Workshops Information for Middle and High School Students
(PDF attached at the bottom of this page)
 
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Bobcat Mountain Bike Team

The Bobcat Mountain Bike Team’s inaugural season is a go! Click here for information on practices, fees, and race dates. Please complete an athlete interest form for each student in your family who would like to join the team.

 
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Grandview Heights Art Walk Information - Download the Guide and Map
This flyer is designed to be printed out and folded, so you can take it with you on your ArtWalk!
 
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kidskode - E-Learning Assistance & STEM Classes

 

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KIDS THAT COMPOST - PARTICIPATION INFORMATION - Kids That Compost (KTC) is a grass roots collective of kids, advocates, and service providers working to divert household food waste away from landfills by building an innovative, high impact, scalable approach to composting via social enterprise.  For more information visit, https://kidsthatcompost.org or email colleen@kidsthatcompost.org or see the attached flyer.