Grandview Elementary School
HOME OF THE MUSTANGS
Grandview Elementary, a 2005 Michigan Exemplary Blue Ribbon Elementary School, is one of two elementary schools in the Clarenceville School District. Grandview serves Preschool through 5th grade students from the communities of Livonia, Farmington Hills, and Redford. The enrollment at Grandview is approximately 450 students. To learn more about Grandview and its staff.
“Great Stories Begin at Grandview”
Grandview Fruit Cart Available Every DayThanks to a great partnership with Westborn Market and with Mrs. Rhines’ help, we are able to make fresh fruit available to our students every day for just 25 cents. Don’t worry about packing a healthy snack – your child can purchase a piece of fruit from the cart each morning!
Parent Guide Standards-Based Report CardParent Guide to help you better understand the Standards-Based Report Card.
Zeal Rock Star SaverAdmission is Easy Anyone 11 years and younger automatically becomes a Rock Star Saver when they open a regular share account, with a $5 minimum deposit. What’s more, your first $5 deposit is matched for an extra $5 reward. All you need? Your child’s Social Security Card, Birth Certificate and a qualified adult with proper identification to be named on the account(s).
Summer Camp 2017June 21st – August 18th 6:30 am - 6:00 pm Clarenceville Summer Day Camp is open to all districts and cities. Children do not need to be enrolled at Clarenceville, or be a Livonia resident. Clarenceville offers two summer day camps. One for children who have completed kindergarten to 7th grade, and a second for preschool aged children 3 to 5 years old. Both camps are located in Botsford Elementary School.
Grandview School News
New Hirings at Clarenceville
Clarenceville is please to announce the hiring of our new Principals for Grandview and Botsford. Welcome to the team Mrs. Teff and Mrs. Barsh!
Internet Options for Low Income Families
As the school year begins, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) encourages districts to share with parents internet options for low income families. Learning can occur “Any Time, Any Place, Any Way, Any Pace,” but to continue learning in the home, high speed reliable broadband is crucial. With more devices in the hands of students, districts have shifted away from traditional approaches to homework. According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC),