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Grandview is taking a bold step in our Lower School programming. All students in Kindergarten - Grade 5 will have the opportunity to enroll in our secondary dismissal schedule. The secondary dismissal allows for an additional hour in the school day to provide focused academic enrichment in Math and ELA while also prioritizing time for sports and fitness, STEAM, and art exposure. 
 

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K-2 Offerings | Semester 1

One-on-one or small group instruction can be scheduled afterschool. More information about Academic Advancement can be found here [click link]. 

Students will focus on acting skills, public speaking, creative thinking, and self confidence. Students will learn about improvisation, pantomime, and stage terminology.

 

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*Registration and payment provided directly to Amazing Athletes

 

Students will explore and create art through different mediums such as paper, paint, and clay.

 

Students will create their own custom jewelry.  They will use a variety of materials such as beads, string and stones and learn techniques that can be used with each.

 

The Royals are a performance dance team. No audition is required. The Dance team will be performing at various Grandview events including the Dance Concert and Homecoming Game with the chance to possibly perform at professional sporting events. 

 

Girl Scouts helps girls develop their full individual potential; relate to others with increasing understanding, skill, and respect; develop values to guide their actions and provide the foundation for sound decision making; and contribute to the improvement of society through their abilities, leadership skills, and cooperation with others. Grandview's Southeast Florida Troop meets bi-monthly on Wednesdays and is headed up by dedicated parent volunteers.

During the transition between the first dismissal and start of the next course, students will participate in homework club with their teacher/team-teacher. Snack will also occur during this time. 

The Knack & Know How club is designed for helping younger Grandview students become savvy life-learners. Activities to include Teddy Bear Tea and manners, making cleaning fun, dressing and shoe tying, and much more!

 

Students will develop their understanding and skillset in the Spanish language and be exposed to Spanish culture through developmentally appropriate activities. Lessons will be engaging and interactive with the goal to learn to speak and converse in the language.

 

Students will learn skills such as throwing, catching, jumping, dribbling, shooting, and help improve their motor development during sports and fitness. Students will participate in various individual and team-oriented games to develop their cognitive, emotional, and cooperation skills.

 

3-5 Offerings | Semester 1

One-on-one or small group instruction can be scheduled afterschool. More information about Academic Advancement can be found here [click link]. 

Please email Anna Sciotti at annasciotti@outlook.com to register. 

The Royals are a performance dance team. No audition is required. They will be performing at various Grandview events including the Dance Concert and Homecoming Game with the chance to possibly perform at professional sporting events.  Fee covers class time and team shirts.

 

Students will create their own jewelry.  They will use a variety of materials such as beads, string and stones and learn techniques that can be used with each.

 

Students will learn skills such as throwing, catching, jumping, dribbling, shooting, and help improve their motor development during sports and fitness. Students will participate in various individual and team-oriented games to develop their cognitive, emotional, and cooperation skills.

 

Students will learn skills focused in critical thinking, strategy, science, technology, engineering and math while exploring games and STEM activities.

 

Students will explore and create art through different mediums such as paper, paint, and clay.

 

Students will have opportunities to plan for and interview others while creating a monthly newspaper that will be shared with students and families school-wide.

 

Students will develop their understanding and skillset in the Spanish language and be exposed to Spanish culture through developmentally appropriate activities. Lessons will be engaging and interactive with the goal to learn to speak and converse in the language.

 

Students will focus on acting skills, public speaking, creative thinking, and self confidence. Students will learn about improvisation, pantomime, and stage terminology.

 

Students will create and produce a weekly morning news show that will air each Friday.


Additional Information 

For more information about Secondary Dismissal and offerings, please contact Head of Lower School, Mollie Small at msmall@grandviewprep.net.