The Grandview Chronicle

See You Next Year!

See You Next Year!

May 21, 2019

The Grandview Chronicle staff would like to thank each and every one of you for your support this year! Looking back at the 2018-2019 school year, we have had a great time and a lot of news to cover. Huge props to the Grandview community for allowing us to cover all of the exciting events and happ...

Grandview Summer Reading Book Fair at Barnes and Noble Southlands

Grandview Summer Reading Book Fair at Barnes and Noble Southlands

May 20, 2019

GHS Students! Purchase your summer reading book at Barnes and Noble Southlands during the week of May 26 – June 1 to help out the Grandview English Department. Simply tell the cashier that you would like to support Grandview, and a portion of your purchase will go to the English department.  A...

[Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

[Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

Emma Wilson

May 15, 2019

Why do teachers teach? “Teaching, for those who love it, gives us purpose,” said French teacher, Madame Farrier. Many view teaching as easy, and quite sub-par of a “dream job”. They do not see the value in becoming a teacher and undermine it as something for those sub-par in life. Teaching...

China’s Lost Girls: Walking Our Halls

China’s Lost Girls: Walking Our Halls

Signe Sandstrom

May 10, 2019

In an overcrowded country with over 8.3 million more boys than girls born in 2004, nearly 6,693 girls from China have been adopted into American Families. In the United States, the adopted girls are a part of China’s lost girls. This is where they are today. “My mom only left me my birth date...

Yearbook Distribution is happening now until 5/17

Yearbook Distribution is happening now until 5/17

May 9, 2019

Please swing by The Cave to pick up your yearbook. Not sure if you bought one, click here.

[Opinion] Mental Health: A Festering Wound

[Opinion] Mental Health: A Festering Wound

May 1, 2019

By Jori O'Grady According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Colorado ranked ninth in the country for suicide rates. In 2017, Colorado recorded 1,175 suicide-related deaths--the highest number in the state’s history. Between 2015 and 2017, 533 suicides, were committed by those aged 10 to...

Meraki Goes Online

Meraki Goes Online

April 24, 2019

Grandview’s literary and art publication, Meraki, is now digital. Check out the site! What can you submit? Writing: Meraki accepts poetry, including spoken word/slam poetry (submitted in either audio (.mp3) or video (.mp4) format), prose of all genres, and original scripts (including plays,...

Lacrosse: Has The Boys vs Girls Mascot Rivalry Gone Too Far?

Lacrosse:  Has The Boys vs Girls Mascot Rivalry Gone Too Far?

April 23, 2019

by Kenzie Wager Pictures courtesy of  Taylor Harr, Cade Bruckman and Dani Armitage Monday’s Predators Cup seemed to be a high point for the Grandview Lacrosse program. The girls team won 14-11, against rival Cherokee Trail, and the boys team added to their undefeated league record by toppin...

[Opinion] This is Serious, Are You?

[Opinion] This is Serious, Are You?

Caleigh Daugherty

April 18, 2019

April 20,1999. December 14, 2012. February 14, 2018. These mark only a few of the infamous school shootings to impact American students, families, and communities in the last 20 years. The term “school shooting” has rapidly become known simply as “something that happens”. But on Tuesday Apri...

[Opinion] Never Again, Until Next Time

[Opinion] Never Again, Until Next Time

Jori O'Grady

April 18, 2019

The United States prides itself as the greatest nation in the world, yet no other first world country fears their kids getting shot up at school. In Colorado, the month of April is final countdown month, as well as the month of prom, SAT and ACT, play performances, art shows, music galas, soccer, and ...

The Grand Art Show

The Grand Art Show

Julia Cacciavillani

April 16, 2019

At 5-7:30 PM at Grandview on April 16, between 1,500 and 2,000 people will come to enjoy the diverse display that has been assembled at our school. There are many types of artists. Graphic artists use tablets and complex programs to make their ideas come to vibrant life. Painters learn the way of th...

GHS Confessions Not Shutting Down

GHS Confessions Not Shutting Down

Lizzy Leung and Jori O'Grady

March 27, 2019

“I wish my crush knew who I was,” Freshman, Female. “Pickles and mayo is the best. Y’all need to try it,” Senior, Male. “This school needs to learn that body shaming is wrong,” Sophomore, Female. These statements, among many other anonymous confessions submitted to @Grandviewconfess...

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