Our Mission: "To engage and inspire each student in achieving academic excellence, personal creativity and to nurture their social and emotional intelligence."
The award-winning Grapeview School District, serves about 240 students in grades TK-8. The TK-5 program is located in the main building, and grades 6, 7, and 8 operate as a middle school in classrooms adjacent to the main building. The district has approximately 19 certificated staff, 13 classified staff, and an operating budget of $3.8million. Grapeview cooperates with neighboring districts and the ESD 113 for shared services in special education, counseling, nursing, and other programs. The middle school participates in the Tri-County Athletic League. High school students attend grades 9-12 at neighboring North Mason and Shelton High Schools. The district is proud of the excellent and personal education available at Grapeview.
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Funding for education in the state of Washington is complicated and can lead to questions about how schools receive the money needed to operate. The state of Washington is required to supply school districts with state funding for “basic education” which is based on what is referred to as a “prototypical model” representing the Legislature’s assumptions of what resources are required to provide the program of basic education.
Unfortunately, when the funding provided by the state does not cover the actual costs to operate, construct and maintain a school district, districts often utilize bonds and levies to bridge the gap. This local funding allows school districts to provide the structures and services communities rely on, which allows students to grow and thrive.