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1:1 Technology Initiative Update -
As many of you know, Grass Lake Community Schools has embarked on a project to provide each of our Kindergarten through 12th grade students with a personal computing device (iPad or Chromebook) beginning some time in January, 2017, thanks to a large grant from the Thompson Foundation. A tri-fold brochure has been created to share more information about the project and to announce a flexible schedule of parent meetings that will support the process. Go to http://bit.ly/2bRTpmB for this brochure.

Welcome to George Long Elementary School

George Long Elementary School supports the Kindergarteners through 5th graders of the Grass Lake Community Schools District. The elementary building also houses the Little Warriors Pre-School and Daycare, which can be reached at 517-522-5650. Our school was extensively renovated and a new wing was added on in 2007. We enjoy large rooms, modern audio-visual equipment, and a cooperative staff committed to helping all of our students to succeed. Our instructional hours are 7:50 AM-3:11 PM. Call us if you are interested in a tour of our building. We would love to see you! CLICK HERE TO ENROLL AT GEORGE LONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.


PLEASE CLICK ON THE VIDEO BELOW TO SEE A VIRTUAL TOUR OF
GEORGE LONG ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
School District Phone Prefix Has Changed. Now 867, not 522.
Our school district has recently changed phone service providers. With this change comes a change in our phone exchange. When calling any of our school district phones, instead of using the prefix of 522, please now use 867. Our area code and last four digits remain the same, but you must now use 867 instead of 522.
B&G Landscape Creations Donates Tree
For the 4th consecutive year Greg Cagney of B&G Landscape Creations in Grass Lake has donated a tree to be planted at George Long Elementary School to honor the outgoing 5th graders as they move toward their graduating year of 2023. We appreciate B&G Landscape Creation's generosity that will be enjoyed for many years to come. Go to http://bit.ly/2acbRHl to see the Grass Lake Times story.
Recommended Supply Lists Published for Long Elementary
Go the following links to see the recommended supplies for your child to begin the 2016-2017 school year with at George Long Elementary School.
Kindergarten: http://bit.ly/29YTgyE 
1st Grade: http://bit.ly/2a2EkRj 
2nd Grade: http://bit.ly/2a2E6cS 
3rd Grade: http://bit.ly/29YTwO0 
4th Grade: http://bit.ly/2abWPRB 
5th Grade: http://bit.ly/2ajZmfd
George Long Students Hold Mini-Relay for Life
On Wednesday, May 27, students at George Long Elementary School participated in their Annual Mini-Relay for Life at Grass Lake High School's Joe Bechtel Athletic Complex.This event is not your traditional Relay For Life. It's main focus is education. "This relay is in honor of my late husband who passed away from cancer," coordinator Sharron Bechtel said. "The focus of this relay is on cancer awareness and prevention." Approximately 615 students participated in the Mini-Relay. The track was set up in stations where the students learned about nutrition, the dangers of tobacco, sun safety and fitness. Go to http://bit.ly/25AqSuE for the MLive story.
Mr. Arbuckle Featured on Ardusat Website
Ardusat is a supplier of scientific testing and monitoring equipment that allows students to scientifically explore and evaluate our world and our universe. George Long Elementary School 3rd Grade Teacher Mike Arbuckle brought Ardusat's equipment to his students and has had great successes. For his success, Ardusat is featuring him in their first teacher spotlight. Congratulations Mr. Arbuckle. Go to ​https://community.ardusat.com/t/featured-mike-arbuckle/167 to view the article.
Mr. Arbuckle Extends STEM Education
George Long Elementary School teacher Mike Arbuckle teaches STEM – science, technology, engineering, math – subjects to the students. He partnered with AgrAbility, a company that helps enhance the quality of life for farmers with disabilities, to provide 11 scenarios of disabilities to his students and had them develop ideas toward supporting these farmers. Thank you for providing this opportunity for your students Mr. Arbuckle! Go to http://bit.ly/1U7DQux for the MLive story.
  
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