Superintendent Andy Culp and Treasurer/CFO Beth Collier answer residents' questions about Issue 6 live on YouTube October 22, 2018.Uploaded Oct 25, 2018
Grandview Heights Schools are a bedrock of our community. Melanie Muller, resident and business leader, shares how great schools and great communities go hand in hand.
Grandview Heights Schools teacher Susan Falk describes how the outdated classroom environment plays a factor in educating students in the modern world of education.Uploaded Oct 10, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue
Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo explains the cost of ballot issue 6 and the expiring bond levy in 2019.
Board of Education President Jesse Truett Details Focus on a Community-driven PlanUploaded Oct 03, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue
Treasurer Beth Collier explains what operating dollars are, how they are used and why the 1-mill request on the November 6 levy is needed.Uploaded Sep 25, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue
The Financial Advisory Committee (FAC) members share the depth of their research, analysis, and process in preparing the recommendation that they made to Superintendent Andy Culp regarding the facilities planning process. Based on the FAC's recommendation, Superintendent Culp made his final Facility Plan recommendation to the Board of Education on June 27, 2018.Uploaded Sep 20, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue
Grandview Heights Schools Treasurer/CFO Beth Collier provides some additional insights to assist residents with questions about the Tax Levy Estimator recently released by Franklin County Auditor Clarence Mingo.Uploaded Sep 20, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue
Superintendent Andy Culp explains the planning process leading to our November 6th Bond Issue, including community input and scope of work.Uploaded Sep 20, 2018 to Facilities November 6 Ballot Issue