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  • Mason Elementary Lego Robotics 276
  • Mason Elementary Lego Robotics 276
    Mason Elementary's Lego Robotics Team 276, The Water Warriors of the Flames, competed at Troy High School on Saturday, November 18th. They were awarded the trophy for the best presentation and they have been invited to participate in the state championship tournament on December 16th. This is quite an accomplishment, since eight of the ten members are completely new to the program. Not only did they build and program an EV3 robot, they demonstrated strong problem-solving skills and teamwork. The research they did about fire hydrants and their solution for frozen hydrants led to their successful presentation.
  • Chess Board Presented at Grand Blanc High School East Library Today!
    Principal Michael Fray thanked the Grand Blanc Educational Foundation for their support of this project.
11/16/17 Secure Mode at Certain GBCS Buildings
The afternoon of Thursday, 11/16/17, local law enforcement requested that some of our buildings be placed into secure mode due to a domestic situation that occurred in the township. The situation has been cleared and Grand Blanc Schools is no longer in secure mode. Middle School and PIC conferences scheduled for Thursday proceeded as scheduled; the remaining elementary parent teacher conferences have been cancelled. We appreciate your understanding.
Total student enrollment at GBCS is up for the first time in 5 years, according to a recent count day. Superintendent Garner shared the news with building principals at a meeting last week, crediting both the good work of staff and the continued economic development in the area.

Grand Blanc is involved in the "Attendance Works" program which aims to bring awareness to chronic absence, and keep those enrolled students in class. #schooleveryday