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The Art Department Looks Past Online Learning

The Art Department Looks Past Online Learning

Mbone Elango, Bradley Powell, and Rose Waldron October 6, 2021

If you walk into Mr. Heckendorf’s U116 art classroom, it’s likely that you will hear easy going reggae music playing. Students are hard at work, but the air is filled with positive energy—the energy...

Q&A With Building Manager Bruce Adams

Q&A With Building Manager Bruce Adams

Eleanor Boehme, Marcus Nesbitt September 28, 2021

How would you describe your job as building manager? " There’s all kinds of facets. I mean I manage the building from construction projects, to deliveries, to coordinating activities. I work a lot...

The Questionable Relevance of Advisory

The Questionable Relevance of Advisory

Serah Binu Jacob, Owen Young, and Nyx Salazar September 22, 2021

Photo Courtesy By: Nyx Salazar   Last year, everything went online. While teachers were being pushed, no, shoved out of their comfort zones on camera, students struggled, muted and hidden behind...

Student Opinions: Mask Mandate

Student Opinions: Mask Mandate

September 10, 2021

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Welcome Back Grandview: A Letter from the Editors

Welcome Back Grandview: A Letter from the Editors

By: Dibo Elango, Rose Waldron, Will Brent Inzana, Katie Fisher   Welcome back student body & staff! We are so happy to see all of you back in normal school.  The last two years have...

Probation: Teachers Most Stressful Time Period

Probation: Teachers Most Stressful Time Period

Katie Fisher and Rose Waldron June 7, 2021

In the Cherry Creek School District, first and third year teachers are put through a series of assessments called prohibition. This nerve wracking experience can either make or break a teacher's career...

Looking for a Job? Job Recommendations for this Summer

Looking for a Job? Job Recommendations for this Summer

Alexia Salazar, Writer June 7, 2021

 Now that school is over and summer’s finally here, some students are beginning to look into some potential jobs for their own profit. Whether you're saving up for a car, college, or just some extra...

Humans of Grandview: Mr. Eggleston

Humans of Grandview: Mr. Eggleston

Will Brent Inzana, Editor, Writer May 28, 2021

Photos Courtesy of: Mr. Eggleston   “I went to Grandview High School and graduated in 2006. My experience at Grandview was entirely positive as I found my niche in the performing arts department....

To AP or Not To AP

To AP or Not To AP

Eleanor Boehme May 11, 2021

Despite the pandemic changing almost every aspect of high school, one thing remains: the mixture of stress and pride that come with taking AP courses.  “I take AP classes because it makes me feel...

Humans of Grandview: Lauren Campbell

Humans of Grandview: Lauren Campbell

Katie Fisher, Writer April 22, 2021

I am interested in menstrual equity, which is like a broad term, basically about helping women during their periods because there is a tampon tax on menstrual items; it’s just a big issue. So I am involved...

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