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  • Parent/Teacher Conferences for Tuesday, November 12 are canceled.  Your child's teachers will communicate an alternate plan for informing you about your student's progress. 

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    Please use the following link if you are interested in helping with the Teacher Appreciation Lunch.

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    FISH HOLIDAY FOOD DRIVE:  The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 18th.  You can support the drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items.  Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning.  There is a twist this year to the annual breakfast competition.  All Advisory classes will be competing to donate the most items to the food drive. The top three Advisory classes with the most generosity will be awarded with a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Gorton.


    8TH GRADE D.C. TRIP:  The deadline to register for the 8th grade Washington, D.C. trip has been extended until November 15th


    SKI & SNOWBOARD CLUB:  There will be an informational Ski & Snowboard club meeting on November 14th, 7 p.m. at East Middle School.  A representative from Mt. Holly will be here to answer questions. The GB Middle School Ski program offers discounted lift tickets and rental prices, as well as the opportunity to learn to ski or snowboard safely.  The club meets on Thursday evenings during the winter months.  Registration forms are available in the main office, or by using Payschools.


    BOOK FAIR:  Our East Middle School Library will be hosting a Book Fair the week of November 12th – 15th during school hours and conference times.  Come browse the wonderful array of books!

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  • Because citizenship is an important part of the development of the whole child, each marking period students will earn a citizenship grade on his/her report card.  This rubric outlines the factors that we consider when determining a child’s citizenship grade. The goal is for students to be in the “Meets Expectations” category overall.  Students must earn a 3 or a 4 to be on the honor roll. To be eligible for sports, students must earn a 2, 3, or 4.

    Non-Academic Rubric 

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  • 8th Grade Philadelphia/Washington DC Trip


    You can find the trip information by using the following link:

    Grand Blanc Philadelphia/Washington DC trip

    There will be an informational meeting on October 8th at East Middle School in the gymnasium at 6:00 pm.  

    Please email Mr. Todd at jtodd@gbcs.org with questions.

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  • Online Registration

    Online Enrollment is now available. Please visit the online enrollment help site for more information.

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