Austin-American Statesman: School takes 2nd in national contest

Austin’s Grandview Hills Elementary recently won second place in a nationwide #YearbookHero contest, as announced by Treering.

Parent Cristina Ramirez was nominated by another parent and PTA member for saving the school’s yearbook in February when they had no photos and no platform; Ramirez spearheaded and created a yearbook.

The school earned a $50 Amazon gift card and five free yearbooks for this recognition.

Courtesy of Treering

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