Grass Lake Community Schools

  • Grass Lake Community Schools
    899 S. Union Street
    Grass Lake, Michigan 49240


    High School Science Teacher needed at Grass Lake High School. Go to for more information.

    Support Staff Employment Opportunities at Grass Lake Community Schools

    Little Warriors Preschool & Child Care is currently hiring for two part time positions, M-F 20-30 hours a week. Applicant must have experience working with children. Please email the director your resume at;

    The Grass Lake Community Schools Transportation Department is in need of permanent and substitute drivers. This includes regular AM and PM runs, along with field trips. Training is offered toward the prospective employee receiving a Class B Commercial Drivers License. For more information, contact the Transportation Director at

Grass Lake Community Schools Announcements

  • "Thank you" Senior Portfolio Presentation Evaluators

    On Tuesday, November 13, our Grass Lake High School seniors completed their benchmark Senior Portfolio Presentations. This event is another step in their graduation requirements that allows them to speak in front of business and organization professionals to not only share their successes and their plans for their future, but to also experience an interview-like environment. This activity would not be possible, or as near successful, without our panels of evaluators. Our evaluators were given the opportunity to share their expertise in providing feedback to our students for each presentation. Following is a list of our volunteer evaluators. Thank you for your valuable support. Click the heading of this announcement to view a listing of our volunteer evaluators.

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  • Four Grass Lake Community Schools Teachers Nominated for "Top Teacher" Award

    Congratulations to Grass Lake Community Schools teachers Angela Artz, Susan Schinck, Michelle Creger, and Danielle Doctor, who have all been nominated for one of Jackson Magazine’s "Top Teacher" awards. These awards are designed to honor current Jackson County K-12 teachers who are demonstrating innovation and success in the classroom. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.

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  • 4th Grader Brayden Gilbert Wins World Championship

    Congratulations to George Long Elementary School 4th grader Brayden Gilbert who was named World Champion Junior Cart driver, and also Reserve World Champion in Junior Showmanship, at the 2018 World Percheron Congress. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information and photos.

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  • Ms. Bahlau's Class Thanks the Michigan State Police

    George Long Elementary School's Ms. Dakota Bahlau and her 1st grade class developed a plan to thank members of our Michigan State Police for their service. Click on the heading of this announcements for more information and photos.

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  • GLHS Graduate Crowned Miss Michigan

    Congratulations to 2012 Grass Lake High School graduate Emily Sioma for winning the 2018 Miss Michigan pageant in Muskegon. Click the heading of this announcement for more information.

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  • George Long Elementary Parents Share Their Experiences

    "Thank you" to parents of students attending George Long Elementary School for sharing comments about your experiences, and the experiences of your children, at George Long Elementary School given to us during this Teacher Appreciation Week. Click on the heading of this announcement for parent comments.

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  • Technology and Youth: Protecting Your Child from Electronic Aggression

    With the rapid proliferation of Internet access and the use of social media by our children, the Center for Disease Control has created a 2-page "Tip Sheet", along with a 24-page brief that offers parents and youth a full description of what "electronic aggression" is defined as, and describes ways to be informed and to help prevent electronic aggression.

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  • School Lock-Down Drill Information for Parents

    We have received inquiries from family members of our school district's students asking about our preparedness levels in the event of an active shooter in our buildings. Click on the heading of this announcement to read Dr. Ryle Kiser's explanation of our school district's preparedness toward keeping our students safe.

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  • Pupil Safety - Our Primary Concern at Grass Lake Community Schools

    Dr. Kiser expresses to our Grass Lake Community Schools families that in light of the tragic events that occurred in Florida, it is important to our district leadership to remind each and every one of you that, above all else, student safety is our primary concern in Grass Lake Community Schools. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.

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    Bridge Magazine has named its Academic State Champs for 2018 based on how many grade levels students grew, based on test results, from third to eighth grade. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.

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  • Grass Lake High School at 96.05% Graduation Rate

    MLive has listed the 106 Michigan public high schools with at least 50 graduates in 2017 with a graduation rate of 96%, or more. Grass Lake High School is ranked 98th on this list with our 96.05 graduation rate, and is ranked third in Jackson County. Click on the heading of this announcement for more information.

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  • FAFSA Help Available Online

    Many of our Grass Lake High School families will begin thinking about financial aid as our students begin making plans for paying for their education after high school. An important element to that process is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). An online guide that will answer questions about the process can be found at

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  • Bus Drivers Needed at Grass Lake Schools

    Grass Lake Community Schools has openings for school bus drivers. Pay rate is $17.94 per hour. Contact the Transportation Office at 517-867-5544 for more information.

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Superintendent's Corner - Information for Our Stakeholders

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    Measuring Academic Achievement - Standardized Testing vs. Critical Thinking Skills - November, 2018

    In this November installment of the "Superintendent's Corner", Superintendent Dr. Ryle Kiser shares some of the history of standardized student testing, such as the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), and the American College Test (ACT), and how the results of those tests don't measure a student's ability to think critically, or measure a student's higher order thinking skills. They also don't measure a student's creativity level. Click on the heading of this feature to see Dr. Kiser's comments regarding inconsistencies between what standardized testing measures, and what prospective employers and post-graduate instructors are looking for in our students.

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