Daily Student Announcements
5/22/17
MEN OF EAST: Thursday, May 25th, is the Men of East End of Year Banquet. Students may meet in Mr. Stawicki’s, room #207, until the banquet starts at 5:00 p.m. Shirt and tie are preferred for students. Families are welcome!

LIBRARY BOOKS: The final due date for all library books is June 1st. Books can be checked out through the end of May.

YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Entries for the yearbook cover contest are due to the counseling office by the end of the day, Thursday, May 25th. For all the details please see the sign by the cafeteria. Show off your design skills for a chance to win a free yearbook. Good luck to everyone entering.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE GIRLS: The High School Girls' Swimming and Diving team is having a preseason meeting on Wednesday, May 31st in the High School East Campus Pool area at 6:30pm. This meeting is for students and parents. Contact Coach Overmyer with any questions - gbcoacho@gmail.com

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

5/19/17
YEARBOOK MEETING: There will be a yearbook meeting in room 105 this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:15. Current yearbook staff are invited and if you are interested in yearbook for next year you are also welcome to attend.

YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Entries for the yearbook cover contest are due to the counseling office by the end of the day, Thursday, May 25th. For all the details please see the sign by the cafeteria. Show off your design skills for a chance to win a free yearbook. Good luck to everyone entering.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE GIRLS: The High School Girls' Swimming and Diving team is having a preseason meeting on Wednesday, May 31st in the High School East Campus Pool area at 6:30pm. This meeting is for students and parents. Contact Coach Overmyer with any questions - gbcoacho@gmail.com

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

5/18/17
YEARBOOK MEETING: There will be a yearbook meeting in room 105 this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:15. Current yearbook staff are invited and if you are interested in yearbook for next year you are also welcome to attend.

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

5/17/17
YEARBOOK MEETING: There will be a yearbook meeting in room 105 this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:15. Current yearbook staff are invited and if you are interested in yearbook for next year you are also welcome to attend.

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/16/17
YEARBOOK MEETING: There will be a yearbook meeting in room 105 this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:15. Current yearbook staff are invited and if you are interested in yearbook for next year you are also welcome to attend.

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/15/17
YEARBOOK MEETING: There will be a yearbook meeting in room 105 this Thursday after school from 3:15-4:15. Current yearbook staff are invited and if you are interested in yearbook for next year you are also welcome to attend.

CRIM KIDS CLASSIC: The 2017 Crim Kids Classic will be Saturday, June 3rd for kids from 0 – 14. The day includes fun health and fitness-centered activities for the whole family! Each participant receives a t-shirt, goody bag, pizza slice and finisher medal! Registration forms are available in the main office.

BASKETBALL CAMP: Attention middle school girls interested in playing basketball!! The 2017 Lady Bobcats Youth Basketball Camp run by the Grand Blanc Girls Basketball Staff will be held June 20th – 22nd. The cost is $45 which includes a Camp T-shirt. Registration forms with more information are available in the main office and are due no later than June 3rd.

BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/12/17
BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be starting back up again! If you are interested in joining, permission slips are available in Mr. White’s room 238 or the main office. The first meeting is Wednesday, May 17th. Please dress for the weather, bring shoes to run in and a water bottle. Permission slips must be turned into the office by Friday May 12th.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/11/17
BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be starting back up again! If you are interested in joining, permission slips are available in Mr. White’s room 238 or the main office. The first meeting is Wednesday, May 17th. Please dress for the weather, bring shoes to run in and a water bottle. Permission slips must be turned into the office by Friday May 12th.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/10/17
BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be starting back up again! If you are interested in joining, permission slips are available in Mr. White’s room 238 or the main office. The first meeting is Wednesday, May 17th. Please dress for the weather, bring shoes to run in and a water bottle. Permission slips must be turned into the office by Friday May 12th.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/9/17
BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be starting back up again! If you are interested in joining, permission slips are available in Mr. White’s room 238 or the main office. The first meeting is Wednesday, May 17th. Please dress for the weather, bring shoes to run in and a water bottle. Permission slips must be turned into the office by Friday May 12th.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

EMS 11TH ANNUAL ART SHOW: Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Gresock would like to announce that East Middle School’s 11th Annual Art Show is coming next week! This year’s show will be in the Lecture Hall at East Middle School with an Opening Reception Tuesday night from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Students: bring your family and friends to see all the amazing art we’ve made this year!

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/8/17
BOBCATS AGAINST HUNGER: Fish of Grand Blanc needs your support in the “Bobcats Against Hunger Food Drive”. From May 15th – 19th they are asking that each grade level bring in the following items to help stock their Pantry during the summer months: 6th Grade – Canned Fruits and Applesauce; 7th Grade – Pancake Mix & Syrup, 8th Grade – Boxed & Side Meals. A traveling trophy will be awarded to the grade level with the most items!

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: The Ultimate Frisbee Club will be starting back up again! If you are interested in joining, permission slips are available in Mr. White’s room 238 or the main office. The first meeting is Wednesday, May 17th. Please dress for the weather, bring shoes to run in and a water bottle. Permission slips must be turned into the office by Friday May 12th.

HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

EMS 11TH ANNUAL ART SHOW: Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Gresock would like to announce that East Middle School’s 11th Annual Art Show is coming next week! This year’s show will be in the Lecture Hall at East Middle School with an Opening Reception Tuesday night from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Students: bring your family and friends to see all the amazing art we’ve made this year!

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay.

5/5/17
HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

EMS 11TH ANNUAL ART SHOW: Mrs Morgan and Mrs Gresock would like to announce that East Middle School’s 11th Annual Art Show is coming next week! This year’s show will be in the Lecture Hall at East Middle School with an Opening Reception Tuesday night from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Students: bring your family and friends to see all the amazing art we’ve made this year!

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

5/4/17
HEALTHY EATING ESSAY CONTEST: Food Services has a fun opportunity for students aged 6 to 14 years old. United Dairy Industry of Michigan is sponsoring a healthy eating essay contest with the Michigan International Speedway in Brooklyn, MI. The prize is 4 weekend passes to the Champions Club and 4 Saturday morning pace car rides. A very cool prize for those into racing! The deadline is May 26th. Official rules, entry form and consent forms are in the main office.

EMS 11TH ANNUAL ART SHOW: Mrs Morgan and Mrs Gresock would like to announce that East Middle School’s 11th Annual Art Show is coming next week! This year’s show will be in the Lecture Hall at East Middle School with an Opening Reception Tuesday night from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. Students: bring your family and friends to see all the amazing art we’ve made this year!

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

5/3/17
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND: The first Marching Band rehearsal is Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the GBHS Band Room. If you are participating in the Colorguard, wear black on bottom and white on top. No sign-up is required.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

5/2/17
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND: The first Marching Band rehearsal is Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the GBHS Band Room. If you are participating in the Colorguard, wear black on bottom and white on top. No sign-up is required.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

5/1/17
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND: The first Marching Band rehearsal is Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the GBHS Band Room. If you are participating in the Colorguard, wear black on bottom and white on top. No sign-up is required.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

4/28/17
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND: The first Marching Band rehearsal is Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the GBHS Band Room. If you are participating in the Colorguard, wear black on bottom and white on top. No sign-up is required.

AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

4/27/17
ATTENTION 8TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN MARCHING BAND: The first Marching Band rehearsal is Thursday, May 4, 2017. It’s from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m., in the GBHS Band Room. If you are participating in the Colorguard, wear black on bottom and white on top. No sign-up is required.

AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

4/26/17
AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Wednesday: Light It Up Blue for Autism Walk – WEAR BLUE! Students and staff are invited to join the LINKS to walk the track during their lunches. **Please note, everyone must exit/enter through the cafeteria doors (NOT the gym), and walk around to the track.

Thursday: Chalk Drawings – Students and staff will see chalk drawings and facts about children with Autism as they enter and exit the school.

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/25/17
AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Tuesday: Tree in the Atrium – Students and staff will place their fingerprints on the tree to symbolize that although we are all unique, we are a community and must support one another as we grow.

Wednesday: Light It Up Blue for Autism Walk – WEAR BLUE! Students and staff are invited to join the LINKS to walk the track during their lunches. **Please note, everyone must exit/enter through the cafeteria doors (NOT the gym), and walk around to the track.

Thursday: Chalk Drawings – Students and staff will see chalk drawings and facts about children with Autism as they enter and exit the school.

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/24/17
AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Tuesday: Tree in the Atrium – Students and staff will place their fingerprints on the tree to symbolize that although we are all unique, we are a community and must support one another as we grow.

Wednesday: Light It Up Blue for Autism Walk – WEAR BLUE! Students and staff are invited to join the LINKS to walk the track during their lunches. **Please note, everyone must exit/enter through the cafeteria doors (NOT the gym), and walk around to the track.

Thursday: Chalk Drawings – Students and staff will see chalk drawings and facts about children with Autism as they enter and exit the school.

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/21/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting next Tuesday, April 25th at 3:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room # 118.

AUTISM AWARENESS WEEK EVENTS:

Monday: Puzzle Day

Tuesday: Tree in the Atrium – Students and staff will place their fingerprints on the tree to symbolize that although we are all unique, we are a community and must support one another as we grow.

Wednesday: Light It Up Blue for Autism Walk – WEAR BLUE! Students and staff are invited to join the LINKS to walk the track during their lunches. **Please note, everyone must exit/enter through the cafeteria doors (NOT the gym), and walk around to the track.

Thursday: Chalk Drawings – Students and staff will see chalk drawings and facts about children with Autism as they enter and exit the school.

Friday: Jeans/Purple Day for Courtney Frick

Also, we will be selling Autism Bracelets in the atrium before school beginning Monday, until they are sold out for $1.00.

YEARBOOK: Yearbook Sales are coming to a close online. The current price for a yearbook is $40 and the deadline for pre-ordering a yearbook is Friday, May 19th. To pre-order, go to Jostens.com and select our school. If you have any trouble pre-ordering please contact Mr. Sokoloski by phone or email (810-591-3589 msokolos@grandblancschools.org). A limited number of books are still available for pre-order, if they sell out online, we will not have any extras to sell in school. If they do not sell out, the remaining books will be on sale in school for $50. It’s best not to delay. Thanks to everyone who has purchased a yearbook this year. Almost half of our students have already pre-ordered, we hope you enjoy the memories.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/20/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting next Tuesday, April 25th at 3:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room # 118. Mr. Brumwell will be cooking! All are welcome to join us.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/19/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting next Tuesday, April 25th at 3:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room # 118. Mr. Brumwell will be cooking! All are welcome to join us.

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/18/17
TRACK AND FIELD: If you are interested in running track you must be at practice by Wednesday, April 19, 2017 with a physical on file in the office. The cut-off to join track is Wednesday of this week. We look forward to seeing you on the track!!

FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/17/17
FISH CLOTHING DONATIONS: April brings warm weather and “Spring Cleaning” of our wardrobes. Rather than donating these unwanted items to other agencies, FISH of Grand Blanc is asking you to keep these items local. From April 17th – 28th, new or gently used tennis shoes, winter boots, winter coats and snow pants can be dropped in the purple bin located in the Atrium. Join us in helping make a difference in the lives of our students and neighbors.

YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: If you participated in the yearbook cover contest at the end of last year, your artwork is available in the counseling office and can be picked up at any time. Details for next year’s cover contest will be coming in May.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/13/17
YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: If you participated in the yearbook cover contest at the end of last year, your artwork is available in the counseling office and can be picked up at any time. Details for next year’s cover contest will be coming in May.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/12/17
YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: If you participated in the yearbook cover contest at the end of last year, your artwork is available in the counseling office and can be picked up at any time. Details for next year’s cover contest will be coming in May.

FRONTLINE: The next and final Frontline meeting will take place on April 27th. This will be our end of the year celebration. Any student who has attended Frontline this year is welcome to attend. Please sign up in Mrs. Bledsoe’s room before April 20th as food will be provided at the final meeting.

4/11/17
CAFETERIA: Attention Students! We have a new lunch option coming your way this Wednesday on the SIZZLE serving line. Items include: Country Breaded Chicken Leg served with waffle fries, creamy cole slaw, dinner roll and cinnamon glazed carrots. Don’t miss “Kickin Chicken Day!”

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

4/10/17
CAFETERIA: Attention Students! We have a new lunch option coming your way this Wednesday on the SIZZLE serving line. Items include: Country Breaded Chicken Leg served with waffle fries, creamy cole slaw, dinner roll and cinnamon glazed carrots. Don’t miss “Kickin Chicken Day!”

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/31/17
GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/30/17
GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/29/17
GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/28/17
CAFETERIA: Mark your calendars! The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun this Thursday!

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills tomorrow, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/27/17
CAFETERIA: Mark your calendars! The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun this Thursday!

STUDENTS INTERESTED IN CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills tomorrow, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/23/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be holding it's next meeting on Tuesday, March 28th from 3:20-4:20 in Mr. Brumwell's room. All are welcome. Please bring a friend and join us!

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/22/17
CAFETERIA: It is time for some lunch time fun! The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day this Thursday. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a sweet treat! Don’t miss the fun this Thursday!

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TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/21/17
7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/20/17
7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school today, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

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TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/17/17
GROUP PICTURES: On Friday, March 17th, Mr. Sokoloski would like to get three group pictures in the Atrium. If you are a member of the Quiz Bowl Team, The Geo Bee and the Harry Potter group, please report to the Atrium at 8:05 on Friday for a group picture. We should be done in time for you to get back to homeroom.

LADIES OF EAST: “Ladies of East Royal Cats” will be selling St. Patty’s Day buttons during all lunches? 2 for $1.00. This is a fundraiser for the girls mentor group.

TEAM 7 ANIMAL FUNDRAISER: This year again, Team 7 will be holding an animal fundraiser/raffle on March 17, 2017 where you can win prizes by buying tickets and put your tickets into the prize bucket that will be drawn during the day. This goes for all hours. Wear green and receive a FREE ticket! Half of the money that is collected will be donated to organizations such as Word Wildlife Fund, Genesee County Humane Society, and the Elephant Sanctuary to help the animals who are getting killed for their goods and to protect them. Come and join us during your specified teacher. Tickets are 3 for $1. Hope to see you there!

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school on Monday, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/16/17
GROUP PICTURES: On Friday, March 17th, Mr. Sokoloski would like to get three group pictures in the Atrium. If you are a member of the Quiz Bowl Team, The Geo Bee and the Harry Potter group, please report to the Atrium at 8:05 on Friday for a group picture. We should be done in time for you to get back to homeroom.

LADIES OF EAST: “Ladies of East Royal Cats” will be selling St. Patty’s Day buttons during all lunches? 2 for $1.00. This is a fundraiser for the girls mentor group.

TEAM 7 ANIMAL FUNDRAISER: This year again, Team 7 will be holding an animal fundraiser/raffle on March 17, 2017 where you can win prizes by buying tickets and put your tickets into the prize bucket that will be drawn during the day. This goes for all hours. Wear green and receive a FREE ticket! Half of the money that is collected will be donated to organizations such as Word Wildlife Fund, Genesee County Humane Society, and the Elephant Sanctuary to help the animals who are getting killed for their goods and to protect them. Come and join us during your specified teacher. Tickets are 3 for $1. Hope to see you there!

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school on Monday, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

STUDENTS INTERESTED CADDIE EXPERIENCE: Warwick Hills Golf & Country Club is seeking boys and girls ages 13 and older with an interest in the game of golf and a desire to learn the art of being a great caddie (no previous golf experience needed). Caddie registration will be held at Warwick Hills on Wednesday, March 29th at 6 PM. A flyer with additional information is available in the main office.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/15/17
LADIES OF EAST: “Ladies of East Royal Cats” will be selling St. Patty’s Day buttons all week during all lunches? 2 for $1.00. This is a fundraiser for the girls mentor group.

QUIZ BOWL TEAM: Please stop by Ms. Bennett's room on Wednesday, March 15th for an informational handout to prepare you for our final meet next week.

TEAM 7 ANIMAL FUNDRAISER: This year again, Team 7 will be holding an animal fundraiser/raffle on March 17, 2017 where you can win prizes by buying tickets and put your tickets into the prize bucket that will be drawn during the day. This goes for all hours. Wear green and receive a FREE ticket! Half of the money that is collected will be donated to organizations such as Word Wildlife Fund, Genesee County Humane Society, and the Elephant Sanctuary to help the animals who are getting killed for their goods and to protect them. Come and join us during your specified teacher. Tickets are 3 for $1. Hope to see you there!

BOWLING TEAM: The Grand Blanc Middle School bowling team will be kicking of their season with a sign-up meeting & practice on Wednesday, March 15th at Grand Blanc Lanes. The Cost of participation is $75, which includes a weekly practice, competition schedule and uniform. If you are interested in bowling the sign up begins at 6:00 pm on Wed March 15th at GB Lanes. For more information contact Coach Martin at 810-922-1198.

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school on Monday, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Thursday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/14/17
LADIES OF EAST: “Ladies of East Royal Cats” will be selling St. Patty’s Day buttons all week during all lunches? 2 for $1.00. This is a fundraiser for the girls mentor group.

QUIZ BOWL TEAM: Please stop by Ms. Bennett's room on Wednesday, March 15th for an informational handout to prepare you for our final meet next week.

TEAM 7 ANIMAL FUNDRAISER: This year again, Team 7 will be holding an animal fundraiser/raffle on March 17, 2017 where you can win prizes by buying tickets and put your tickets into the prize bucket that will be drawn during the day. This goes for all hours. Wear green and receive a FREE ticket! Half of the money that is collected will be donated to organizations such as Word Wildlife Fund, Genesee County Humane Society, and the Elephant Sanctuary to help the animals who are getting killed for their goods and to protect them. Come and join us during your specified teacher. Tickets are 3 for $1. Hope to see you there!

BOWLING TEAM: The Grand Blanc Middle School bowling team will be kicking of their season with a sign-up meeting & practice on Wednesday, March 15th at Grand Blanc Lanes. The Cost of participation is $75, which includes a weekly practice, competition schedule and uniform. If you are interested in bowling the sign up begins at 6:00 pm on Wed March 15th at GB Lanes. For more information contact Coach Martin at 810-922-1198.

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school on Monday, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Friday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/13/17
LADIES OF EAST: “Ladies of East Royal Cats” will be selling St. Patty’s Day buttons all week during all lunches? 2 for $1.00. This is a fundraiser for the girls mentor group.

QUIZ BOWL TEAM: Please stop by Ms. Bennett's room on Wednesday, March 15th for an informational handout to prepare you for our final meet next week.

TEAM 7 ANIMAL FUNDRAISER: This year again, Team 7 will be holding an animal fundraiser/raffle on March 17, 2017 where you can win prizes by buying tickets and put your tickets into the prize bucket that will be drawn during the day. This goes for all hours. Wear green and receive a FREE ticket! Half of the money that is collected will be donated to organizations such as Word Wildlife Fund, Genesee County Humane Society, and the Elephant Sanctuary to help the animals who are getting killed for their goods and to protect them. Come and join us during your specified teacher. Tickets are 3 for $1. Hope to see you there!

BOWLING TEAM: The Grand Blanc Middle School bowling team will be kicking of their season with a sign-up meeting & practice on Wednesday, March 15th at Grand Blanc Lanes. The Cost of participation is $75, which includes a weekly practice, competition schedule and uniform. If you are interested in bowling the sign up begins at 6:00 pm on Wed March 15th at GB Lanes. For more information contact Coach Martin at 810-922-1198.

7TH & 8TH GRADE BASEBALL: Any 7th & 8th grade students interested in pitching or catching during the upcoming middle school season, report to the gymnasium after school on Monday, March 20th. Gym shoes (no cleats) and baseball gear required. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Baseball Try-outs begin Wednesday, March 22nd & 23rd, and 27th – TBA. All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing baseball should report to the gym after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Baseball gear is required. Bring both cleats & gym shoes. Practice officially begins April 10th.

7TH & 8TH GRADE SOFTBALL: All 7th & 8th graders intending to try out for softball, there will be a softball Conditioning and Skills clinic on Wednesday, March 22nd – Friday, March 23rd from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Meet in the East MS gymnasium at 5 pm. Gym shoes (no cleats) and softball gear (gloves) required. Parent pick-up at 7 pm. The Conditioning and Skills clinic will continue on Friday March 24th. Report to the gym right after school. There will be a Parent meeting at 5:15 pm. Softball gear required/Bring both cleats & gym shoes. (Indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Students must have a physical and handbook dated on or after April 15th 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate in the tryout.

Softball Try-outs will be Mon (3/27)–Wed (3/29) - (All 7th & 8th grade students interested in playing softball) – report to the gym after school/ parent pick-up at 5:30 pm. Softball gear required/ Bring both cleats & gym shoes (indoor workout may be necessary depending on weather & field conditions). Softball practice officially begins April 10th.

TRACK & FIELD: Sign-up and conditioning workout. All 6th, 7th & 8th grade student that are interested in competing with the East Middle School Track & Field team should attend the sign-up and conditioning workout on Monday, March 27th. Meet in the East MS cafeteria after school. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Bring running shoes and clothing prepared for an outdoor work-out. The Track & Field conditioning workout will continue on March 28th, meet on the track prepared to begin workout at 3:30 pm. Parent pick-up at 5:15 pm. Track & Field practice officially begins April 10th.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/7/17
DETENTION: Due to conferences, there will be no detention this week.

DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT: A 16 team dodgeball tournament will be held March 10th for 6th – 8th grade students. The cost is $40 per team of 4- 8 players. Registration forms are available in the main office and are due today.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/6/17
DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT: A 16 team dodgeball tournament will be held March 10th for 6th – 8th grade students. The cost is $40 per team of 4- 8 players. Registration forms are available in the main office and are due Tuesday, March 7th.

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/3/17
DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT: A 16 team dodgeball tournament will be held March 10th for 6th – 8th grade students. The cost is $40 per team of 4- 8 players. Registration forms are available in the main office and are due Tuesday, March 7th.

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/2/17
DODGEBALL TOURNAMENT: A 16 team dodgeball tournament will be held March 10th for 6th – 8th grade students. The cost is $40 per team of 4- 8 players. Registration forms are available in the main office and are due Tuesday, March 7th.

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com.

3/1/17
STAFF VS. STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME: Come watch the East Middle School Staff vs student basketball game on March 2nd at 3:15 in the gymnasium. The cost is $1 for students and $3 for parents. Concessions will be available. Students can pay $1 to take a half-court shot to win an entire pizza!

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com or by calling GBPR at (810) 694-0101.

2/28/17
STAFF VS. STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME: Come watch the East Middle School Staff vs student basketball game on March 2nd at 3:15 in the gymnasium. The cost is $1 for students and $3 for parents. Concessions will be available. Students can pay $1 to take a half-court shot to win an entire pizza!

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com or by calling GBPR at (810) 694-0101.

2/27/17
STAFF VS. STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME: Come watch the East Middle School Staff vs student basketball game on March 2nd at 3:15 in the gymnasium. The cost is $1 for students and $3 for parents. Concessions will be available. Students can pay $1 to take a half-court shot to win an entire pizza!

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com or by calling GBPR at (810) 694-0101.

2/24/17
STAFF VS. STUDENT BASKETBALL GAME: Come watch the East Middle School Staff vs student basketball game on March 2nd at 3:15 in the gymnasium. The cost is $1 for students and $3 for parents. Concessions will be available. Students can pay $1 to take a half-court shot to win an entire pizza!

SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

GIRLS LACROSSE: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls lacrosse program for 4th – 8th grade girls. No experience is necessary. Come and enjoy one of the fastest growing sports in the country! Information is available in the main office.

GIRLS YOUTH SOFTBALL CLINIC/LEAGUE: Attention girls interested in building skills, confidence and friendships while tuning up for the softball season! Grand Blanc Parks and Rec second Annual Softball Clinic will be held April 29th at Bicentennial Park and leagues start April 10th. Pick up a flyer in the main office or register on-line at https://gbparks.recdesk.com or by calling GBPR at (810) 694-0101.

2/23/17
SUBMIT YOUR SELFIE: Hey students, do you want to ensure you place in history? Make your mark? Submit your Selfie starts now! You will have to get the Replay-it App and upload your best selfie to be included in this year’s yearbook. You can submit a current selfie, an oldie selfie, a vacation selfie, a selfie with your pet, the list goes on. But wait there’s more! Teachers and staff are welcome to join in the fun as well. Submit your selfie through the replay it app by March 3rd to be included!

2/22/17
BOX TOPS CONTEST: February 21 – Feb 23. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a prize!! Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

2/21/17
BOX TOPS CONTEST: February 21 – Feb 23. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a prize!! Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

2/16/17
TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night.

2/15/17
TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night.

2/14/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting today, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is tomorrow, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/13/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/10/17
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/9/17
DETENTION: Detention for this week will be held today, February 9th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231.

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION TEAM 6 STUDENTS: Also, Speech/Drama students (from BOTH this year and LAST year).....Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Slaga are organizing a trip to Stratford, Ontario, Canada in May to see one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, Romeo & Juliet. You are invited to come along and if interested, you need to pick up a flyer from Mrs. Nelson and send in a check for $80.00 as soon as possible. Team 6 students have already been registering for the play and we are now looking to fill the bus! See Mrs. Nelson if you are a present OR former Speech/Drama student and have questions about a possible trip to Stratford, Ontario, Canada.

2/8/17
DETENTION: Detention for this week will be held today, February 9th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231.

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION TEAM 6 STUDENTS: Also, Speech/Drama students (from BOTH this year and LAST year).....Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Slaga are organizing a trip to Stratford, Ontario, Canada in May to see one of Shakespeare's most famous plays, Romeo & Juliet. You are invited to come along and if interested, you need to pick up a flyer from Mrs. Nelson and send in a check for $80.00 as soon as possible. Team 6 students have already been registering for the play and we are now looking to fill the bus! See Mrs. Nelson if you are a present OR former Speech/Drama student and have questions about a possible trip to Stratford, Ontario, Canada.

2/7/17
ATTENDANCE AWARENESS T-SHIRTS: Help us promote #SchoolEveryDay by wearing your Attendance Awareness T-shirts on County Day, February 8th.

DETENTION: Detention for this week will be held Thursday, February 9th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231.

STUDENT COUNCIL FLOWER SALE: HEY EAST! Student Council will be! Flowers will be sold during all lunches until Thursday, Feb 9. Buy two flowers for $3 or one flower for $2 - THE CHOICE IS YOURS :)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are
Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/6/17
ATTENDANCE AWARENESS T-SHIRTS: Help us promote #SchoolEveryDay by wearing your Attendance Awareness T-shirts on County Day, February 8th.

DETENTION: Detention for this week will be held Thursday, February 9th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231.

STUDENT COUNCIL FLOWER SALE: HEY EAST! Student Council will be! Flowers will be sold during all lunches until Thursday, Feb 9. Buy two flowers for $3 or one flower for $2 - THE CHOICE IS YOURS :)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, February 14th from 3:15 to 4:15 in Mrs. Bledsoe's room. All are welcome. We will be making Valentine cookies.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are
Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/2/17
"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

POLAR PLUNGE FUNDRAISER: Our Polar Plunge fundraiser to support Special Olympics begins today. Each day staff and students can wear something related to the theme of the day and only have to pay $1 per day. Each day they participate they will receive a raffle ticket and then can choose which prize box they would like to enter their ticket in. Everyone will also have an opportunity to earn BONUS tickets for each additional dollar they donate! The Theme Days are as follows - Wednesday is Bobcat Spirit Day! Wear your Special Olympics t-shirts or GBEMS school colors. Thursday is Hat Day! Pay only $1 to wear a hat in school all day! Friday is UofM vs. MSU day - show your loyalty to your favorite team before the big b-ball game!

SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school today, February 2nd. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

2/1/17
7TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL: Monday night the 7th grade boys basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a hard fought victory over visiting Lapeer 44-41. All students, are invited to stay after school today as we play at home against Davison. Game time starts at 4:00. Wear your RED and cheer on our East basketball teams! We want a loud, proud student section! See you at the game.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

POLAR PLUNGE FUNDRAISER: Our Polar Plunge fundraiser to support Special Olympics begins today. Each day staff and students can wear something related to the theme of the day and only have to pay $1 per day. Each day they participate they will receive a raffle ticket and then can choose which prize box they would like to enter their ticket in. Everyone will also have an opportunity to earn BONUS tickets for each additional dollar they donate! The Theme Days are as follows - Wednesday is Bobcat Spirit Day! Wear your Special Olympics t-shirts or GBEMS school colors. Thursday is Hat Day! Pay only $1 to wear a hat in school all day! Friday is UofM vs. MSU day - show your loyalty to your favorite team before the big b-ball game!

SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school today, February 2nd. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

1/31/17
7TH GRADE BOYS BASKETBALL: Monday night the 7th grade boys basketball team improved to 2-0 on the season with a hard fought victory over visiting Lapeer 44-41. All students, are invited to stay after school today as we play at home against Davison. Game time starts at 4:00. Wear your RED and cheer on our East basketball teams! We want a loud, proud student section! See you at the game.

"YA GOTTA HAVE HEARTS": Mr. Wambaugh will be selling heart pins from his classroom while supplies last. Don't be broken hearted...beat your classmates to purchase one for $2. Proceeds will benefit the Men of East mentoring group. Please stop by before or after school to purchase a pin for someone or something that has touched your heart. Document your gift with a quick picture and then send etv@grandblancschools.org. A slide show of the photos will be shared on ETV February 14th.

POLAR PLUNGE FUNDRAISER: Our Polar Plunge fundraiser to support Special Olympics begins today. Each day staff and students can wear something related to the theme of the day and only have to pay $1 per day. Each day they participate they will receive a raffle ticket and then can choose which prize box they would like to enter their ticket in. Everyone will also have an opportunity to earn BONUS tickets for each additional dollar they donate! The Theme Days are as follows - Wednesday is Bobcat Spirit Day! Wear your Special Olympics t-shirts or GBEMS school colors. Thursday is Hat Day! Pay only $1 to wear a hat in school all day! Friday is UofM vs. MSU day - show your loyalty to your favorite team before the big b-ball game!

SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school today, February 2nd. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

1/30/17
POLAR PLUNGE FUNDRAISER: Next week, there is a very fun Polar Plunge fundraiser to support Special Olympics. Each day staff and students can wear something related to the theme of the day and only have to pay $1 per day. Each day they participate they will receive a raffle ticket and then can choose which prize box they would like to enter their ticket in. Everyone will also have an opportunity to earn BONUS tickets for each additional dollar they donate! The Theme Days are as follows - Wednesday is Bobcat Spirit Day! Wear your Special Olympics t-shirts or GBEMS school colors. Thursday is Hat Day! Pay only $1 to wear a hat in school all day! Friday is UofM vs. MSU day - show your loyalty to your favorite team before the big b-ball game!

VOTE FOR ROBOTICS: One of our East Middle School robotics teams, Major Trouble, has entered into the REC Foundation's annual Online Challenge competition. Major Trouble is asking for your vote to support their team and could earn an automatic spot to qualify for Vex Worlds 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky. To vote, login with a valid Google, Twitter or Facebook account by clicking on the Login/Register button at the top left of the screen and selecting login with Google, Twitter, or Facebook. Once you log in, you will have to return to the original link (so you don’t have to search it) and click on the blue thumbs up to cast your vote. You do not have to verify your email to vote. You can vote once per account, and you can use all three accounts if you wish. Please vote for us for all three categories, but if you only pick one go with the “Girl Powered Award,” we spent the most time on that one! The voting period ends on January 27th at 3pm EST and we can use all of the help that we can get! Thank you so much for your help! Vote here for the “Girl Powered Award” http://bit.ly/2jxmw52. Vote here for the “Promote Award” http://bit.ly/2j9vvpX. Vote here for the “Photography Challenge” http://bit.ly/2jzCwTE.

SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school next THURSDAY, February 2. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

1/27/17
POLAR PLUNGE FUNDRAISER: Next week, there is a very fun Polar Plunge fundraiser to support Special Olympics. Each day staff and students can wear something related to the theme of the day and only have to pay $1 per day. Each day they participate they will receive a raffle ticket and then can choose which prize box they would like to enter their ticket in. Everyone will also have an opportunity to earn BONUS tickets for each additional dollar they donate! The Theme Days are as follows - Wednesday is Bobcat Spirit Day! Wear your Special Olympics t-shirts or GBEMS school colors. Thursday is Hat Day! Pay only $1 to wear a hat in school all day! Friday is UofM vs. MSU day - show your loyalty to your favorite team before the big b-ball game!

VOTE FOR ROBOTICS: One of our East Middle School robotics teams, Major Trouble, has entered into the REC Foundation's annual Online Challenge competition. Major Trouble is asking for your vote to support their team and could earn an automatic spot to qualify for Vex Worlds 2017 in Louisville, Kentucky. To vote, login with a valid Google, Twitter or Facebook account by clicking on the Login/Register button at the top left of the screen and selecting login with Google, Twitter, or Facebook. Once you log in, you will have to return to the original link (so you don’t have to search it) and click on the blue thumbs up to cast your vote. You do not have to verify your email to vote. You can vote once per account, and you can use all three accounts if you wish. Please vote for us for all three categories, but if you only pick one go with the “Girl Powered Award,” we spent the most time on that one! The voting period ends on January 27th at 3pm EST and we can use all of the help that we can get! Thank you so much for your help! Vote here for the “Girl Powered Award” http://bit.ly/2jxmw52. Vote here for the “Promote Award” http://bit.ly/2j9vvpX. Vote here for the “Photography Challenge” http://bit.ly/2jzCwTE.

SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school next THURSDAY, February 2. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

1/26/17
SPELLING BEE: Attention all EMS students! If you are interested in participating in the Spelling Bee, please plan on staying after school next THURSDAY, February 2. The sixth grade bee will begin at 3:15; seventh grade will follow at about 3:45, and the eighth grade bee will begin at approximately 4:15. You will need to get a ride home afterward. If you have any questions, please see Ms. Courneya in room 239. Thank you!

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/25/17
QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl will have their first meet today, January 25th at West Middle School. Students are to meet by the cafeteria immediately after school to get on the bus in order to attend the meet. Please make sure you have turned in your permission slip.

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office. The due date for completed forms is Wednesday, February 15th. No late forms will be accepted.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/24/17
678 CLUB: All are welcome to join the 678 Club next today for an afternoon viewing of "Hidden Figures." Students must have a signed permission slip to attend and be able to pick up at Trillium Cinemas at 6:10 that evening. A permission slips with more information is available in the main office or from Mr. Brumwell in Room 121 or Mrs. Morrison in Room 235.

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl will have their first meet Wednesday, January 25th at West Middle School. Students are to meet by the cafeteria immediately after school to get on the bus in order to attend the meet. Please make sure you have turned in your permission slip

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/20/17
678 CLUB: All are welcome to join the 678 Club next today for an afternoon viewing of "Hidden Figures." Students must have a signed permission slip to attend and be able to pick up at Trillium Cinemas at 6:10 that evening. A permission slips with more information is available in the main office or from Mr. Brumwell in Room 121 or Mrs. Morrison in Room 235.

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl will have their first meet Wednesday, January 25th at West Middle School. Students are to meet by the cafeteria immediately after school to get on the bus in order to attend the meet. Please make sure you have turned in your permission slip

TALENT SHOW: It’s time to “get your act together” for the 2017 EMS Talent Show!! Auditions are Wednesday, February 22nd right after school in the cafetorium. The shows will be performed for the whole school on Tuesday, February 28th plus a 7:00 PM show that night. Remember all material MUST be school appropriate! Information is available in the main office.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE HONOR SOCIETY STUDENTS: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office today to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/19/17
ATHLETIC TICKET SALES: Mrs. McMullen is looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/18/17
ATHLETIC TICKET SALES: Mrs. McMullen is looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/1/9/17

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz bowl practice will resume Wednesday, January 11th from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. in room 227. Please bring a pencil and calculator with you to practice.

ATHLETIC TICKET SALES: Mrs. McMullen is looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/6/17

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz bowl practice will resume Wednesday, January 11th from 3:15 – 4:15 p.m. in room 227. Please bring a pencil and calculator with you to practice.

ATHLETIC TICKET SALES: Mrs. McMullen is looking for 8th grade Honor Society students to sell admission tickets for the home boys’ basketball games and swim meets. Please see her in the Main Office to pick up information regarding this paid position.

GRAND BLANC LITTLE LEAGUE BASEBALL: Grand Blanc Little League Baseball registration is now open to all boys and girls ages 5 – 16. Early registration discount for all divisions ends January 31st. A flier is available in the main office with more information.

1/4/17
SKI CLUB: The Grand Blanc East Middle School Ski & Snowboard Club will be going to Mt. Holly this Thursday, January 5th. Registration forms are available from Mrs. Morrison, Mr. Brumwell or the main office. You can sign up at the Student Store in the mornings or with Mrs. Morrison & Mr. Brumwell.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for December 17th has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

1/3/17
SKI CLUB: The Grand Blanc East Middle School Ski & Snowboard Club will be going to Mt. Holly this Thursday, January 5th. Registration forms are available from Mrs. Morrison, Mr. Brumwell or the main office. You can sign up at the Student Store in the mornings or with Mrs. Morrison & Mr. Brumwell.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for December 17th has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/21/16
SWIM/DIVE TEAM TRYOUTS: The swim team tryouts are the Tuesday and Wednesday after break, and that is followed by the dive tryouts on Thursday and Friday. Please pick up an information sheet in the office if you plan on trying out, or see Coach Command in room 225.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for December 17th has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/20/16
COMPETITIVE CHEER TEAM TRYOUTS: Anyone interested in trying out for the 2017 Competitive Cheer Team, a combined 7th and 8th grade team that cheers at HOME basketball games and competes against other cheer teams throughout the season, is welcome to attend our 2-day Try-Out. Today, November 19th, 2016 from 3:30PM - 5:00PM will be an instructional session to prepare athletes for the actual try out on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 from 3:30PM - 6:00PM. If you are currently involved in another sport and cannot make the first day but would still like to try out on Tuesday, please email Coach Destiny A. Fritz (gbemscheer1@gmail.com) for information and videos of the material being taught on Day 1! Students that would like to try-out for competitive cheer must have an up to date, physical on file before the tryout on Monday.

SWIM/DIVE TEAM TRYOUTS: The swim team tryouts are the Tuesday and Wednesday after break, and that is followed by the dive tryouts on Thursday and Friday. Please pick up an information sheet in the office if you plan on trying out, or see Coach Command in room 225.

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting on today, December 20th after school until 4:20. Meet in Mr. Brumwell’s room, Room 121, to make a festive seasonal ornament.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for December 17th has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/19/16
COMPETITIVE CHEER TEAM TRYOUTS: Anyone interested in trying out for the 2017 Competitive Cheer Team, a combined 7th and 8th grade team that cheers at HOME basketball games and competes against other cheer teams throughout the season, is welcome to attend our 2-day Try-Out. Today, November 19th, 2016 from 3:30PM - 5:00PM will be an instructional session to prepare athletes for the actual try out on Tuesday, December 20, 2016 from 3:30PM - 6:00PM. If you are currently involved in another sport and cannot make the first day but would still like to try out on Tuesday, please email Coach Destiny A. Fritz (gbemscheer1@gmail.com) for information and videos of the material being taught on Day 1! Students that would like to try-out for competitive cheer must have an up to date, physical on file before the tryout on Monday.

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: The LAST Drama Club meeting will be today, December 19th. There is a flyer available in the office or from Mrs. Nelson in room 218, that has all the details. Please stop by the office to pick up the information or see Mrs. Nelson. Holiday Party for Drama Club is today. (For the cast of Small Cast Comedy Skits, our CAST & CREW party will be rescheduled. It may be AFTER the holiday break!!)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting on tomorrow, December 20th after school until 4:20. Meet in Mr. Brumwell’s room, Room 121, to make a festive seasonal ornament.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for December 17th has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/16/16
CAFETERIA: We will be having some fun at lunch tomorrow. The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun!

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: The LAST Drama Club meeting will be this Monday, December 19th. There is a flyer available in the office or from Mrs. Nelson in room 218, that has all the details. Please stop by the office to pick up the information or see Mrs. Nelson. Holiday Party for Drama Club is Monday. (For the cast of Small Cast Comedy Skits, our CAST & CREW party will be rescheduled. It may be AFTER the holiday break!!)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting on Tuesday, December 20th after school until 4:20. Meet in Mr. Brumwell’s room, Room 121, to make a festive seasonal ornament.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/15/16
CAFETERIA: We will be having some fun at lunch tomorrow. The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun!

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: The LAST Drama Club meeting will be this Monday, December 19th. There is a flyer available in the office or from Mrs. Nelson in room 218, that has all the details. Please stop by the office to pick up the information or see Mrs. Nelson. Holiday Party for Drama Club is Monday. (For the cast of Small Cast Comedy Skits, our CAST & CREW party will be rescheduled. It may be AFTER the holiday break!!)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting on Tuesday, December 20th after school until 4:20. Meet in Mr. Brumwell’s room, Room 121, to make a festive seasonal ornament.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/14/16
CAFETERIA: We will be having some fun at lunch tomorrow. The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun!

ATTENTION ALL DRAMA CLUB MEMBERS: The LAST Drama Club meeting will be this Monday, December 19th. There is a flyer available in the office or from Mrs. Nelson in room 218, that has all the details. Please stop by the office to pick up the information or see Mrs. Nelson. Holiday Party for Drama Club is Monday. (For the cast of Small Cast Comedy Skits, our CAST & CREW party will be rescheduled. It may be AFTER the holiday break!!)

678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting on Tuesday, December 20th after school until 4:20. Meet in Mr. Brumwell’s room, Room 121, to make a festive seasonal ornament.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC DATE CHANGE: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic previously scheduled for this Saturday has been postponed until Saturday, January 7th from 10 am - 12 pm at the High School. This clinic is for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/13/16
8th GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention 8th graders registered for the trip to Washington D.C. It’s time to sign up for roommates. Tomorrow morning, December 12th, immediately following the morning announcements you are to report to the cafetorium to sign up. Please be proactive and find three other compatible roommates. There are a few spots still available but they are filling up fast. See Mr. Todd with questions.

LADY BOBCAT BASKETBALL CLINIC: The Lady Bobcat Basketball Clinic will take place on Saturday, December 17th at Grand Blanc East High School for any 6th, 7th, and 8th grade girl interested in improving their basketball fundamentals. Get instruction from current players and high school coaches! The cost is $10. Information on how to pre-register is available in the main office.

12/8/16
YEARBOOK CLUB: The yearbook club will meet today in room 105 after school from 3:15-4:15 P.M., also there will be a BONUS yearbook meeting on tomorrow December 9th in room 105 from 3:15-4:15 P.M. for those students who can make it. If you have any questions please see Mr. Sokoloski.

DETENTION: Detention will be held this week only today, December 8th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231 from 3:15-4:15.

BASEBALL LOCK-IN: The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be hosting a lock in tomorrow, December 9th from 6pm-10pm at the High School West Campus. There will be swimming, basketball, pizza, games and more! Cost is $20.

8th GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention 8th graders registered for the trip to Washington D.C. It’s time to sign up for roommates. Next Tuesday morning, December 12th, immediately following the morning announcements you are to report to the cafetorium to sign up. Please be proactive and find three other compatible roommates. There are a few spots still available but they are filling up fast. See Mr. Todd with questions.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

12/7/16
YEARBOOK CLUB: The yearbook club will meet today in room 105 after school from 3:15-4:15 P.M., also there will be a BONUS yearbook meeting on tomorrow December 9th in room 105 from 3:15-4:15 P.M. for those students who can make it. If you have any questions please see Mr. Sokoloski.

DETENTION: Detention will be held this week only today, December 8th in Mrs. Kline’s room 231 from 3:15-4:15.

BASEBALL LOCK-IN: The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be hosting a lock in tomorrow, December 9th from 6pm-10pm at the High School West Campus. There will be swimming, basketball, pizza, games and more! Cost is $20.

8th GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention 8th graders registered for the trip to Washington D.C. It’s time to sign up for roommates. Next Tuesday morning, December 12th, immediately following the morning announcements you are to report to the cafetorium to sign up. Please be proactive and find three other compatible roommates. There are a few spots still available but they are filling up fast. See Mr. Todd with questions.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

12/6/16
GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: Any girls that played East Middle School Basketball will get in free to the Grand Blanc Girls' Varsity home games this season. Please, bring your student ID to get free admission.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

12/5/16
GIRLS BASKETBALL PLAYERS: Any girls that played East Middle School Basketball will get in free to the Grand Blanc Girls' Varsity home games this season. Please, bring your student ID to get free admission.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

12/2/16
SWIM AND DIVE TEAM TRYOUTS: Save the date, try outs for the back-to-back undefeated swim and dive team begin the first day back from Winter break. Swim tryouts are Monday and Tuesday, January 2nd and 3rd. Dive try outs are Wednesday and Thursday, January 3rd and 4th. You will not be able to do both swim and dive this season, so you will need to pick which to try out for. The swim and dive team is for boys and girls in 7th and 8th grade from both East and West Middle Schools. More information will be given closer to break, but for any questions please see coach Command in room 225.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

12/1/16
SWIM AND DIVE TEAM TRYOUTS: Save the date, try outs for the back-to-back undefeated swim and dive team begin the first day back from Winter break. Swim tryouts are Monday and Tuesday, January 2nd and 3rd. Dive try outs are Wednesday and Thursday, January 3rd and 4th. You will not be able to do both swim and dive this season, so you will need to pick which to try out for. The swim and dive team is for boys and girls in 7th and 8th grade from both East and West Middle Schools. More information will be given closer to break, but for any questions please see coach Command in room 225.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/30/16
CAFETERIA BELL RINGER DAY: We will be having some fun at lunch tomorrow. The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun this Thursday!

QUIZ BOWL PRACTICE: If you attended Quiz Bowl tryouts, the first practice will be today, November 30th from 3:15-4:15 in room 227. See you there!

PERU TRIP MEETING: Are you currently taking Spanish 1B or Spanish 2? Are you interested in practicing your skills in a Spanish-speaking country while also being immersed in new cultures? How about visiting one of the new Seven-Wonders of the World and retracing the roots of the ancient Inca Empire? Join Sra. DeJesus and Sra. Weldon for the trip of a lifetime to PERU in JUNE OF 2018. For more information, plan on attending our first meeting tomorrow, November 30th at 7:00 p.m. in the WEST Middle School Lecture Hall. Feel free to stop in a see Sra. DeJesus in Rm. 115 with any questions.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/29/16
CAFETERIA BELL RINGER DAY: We will be having some fun at lunch this Thursday. The kitchen staff is hosting another BELL RINGER day. Timers will be placed at all cash registers during lunch time. If you are at the register paying for your lunch when the timer goes off, you win a holiday treat! Don’t miss the fun this Thursday!

QUIZ BOWL PRACTICE: If you attended Quiz Bowl tryouts, the first practice will be Wednesday, November 30th from 3:15-4:15 in room 227. See you there!

PERU TRIP MEETING: Are you currently taking Spanish 1B or Spanish 2? Are you interested in practicing your skills in a Spanish-speaking country while also being immersed in new cultures? How about visiting one of the new Seven-Wonders of the World and retracing the roots of the ancient Inca Empire? Join Sra. DeJesus and Sra. Weldon for the trip of a lifetime to PERU in JUNE OF 2018. For more information, plan on attending our first meeting next tomorrow, November 30th at 7:00 p.m. in the WEST Middle School Lecture Hall. Feel free to stop in a see Sra. DeJesus in Rm. 115 with any questions."

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/28/16
QUIZ BOWL PRACTICE: If you attended Quiz Bowl tryouts, the first practice will be Wednesday, November 30th from 3:15-4:15 in room 227. See you there!

PERU TRIP MEETING: Are you currently taking Spanish 1B or Spanish 2? Are you interested in practicing your skills in a Spanish-speaking country while also being immersed in new cultures? How about visiting one of the new Seven-Wonders of the World and retracing the roots of the ancient Inca Empire? Join Sra. DeJesus and Sra. Weldon for the trip of a lifetime to PERU in JUNE OF 2018. For more information, plan on attending our first meeting next Wednesday, November 30th at 7:00 p.m. in the WEST Middle School Lecture Hall. Feel free to stop in a see Sra. DeJesus in Rm. 115 with any questions."

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/22/16
QUIZ BOWL PRACTICE: If you attended Quiz Bowl tryouts, the first practice will be Tuesday, November 29th from 3:15-4:15 in room 227. See you there!

PERU TRIP MEETING: Are you currently taking Spanish 1B or Spanish 2? Are you interested in practicing your skills in a Spanish-speaking country while also being immersed in new cultures? How about visiting one of the new Seven-Wonders of the World and retracing the roots of the ancient Inca Empire? Join Sra. DeJesus and Sra. Weldon for the trip of a lifetime to PERU in JUNE OF 2018. For more information, plan on attending our first meeting next Wednesday, November 30th at 7:00 p.m. in the WEST Middle School Lecture Hall. Feel free to stop in a see Sra. DeJesus in Rm. 115 with any questions."

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/21/16
QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl tryouts will be today from 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Bennett’s room, 227. All are welcome to tryout. Please bring a pencil with you to tryouts.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/18/16
QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl tryouts will be today from 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Bennett’s room, 227. All are welcome to tryout. Please bring a pencil with you to tryouts.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/17/16
QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl tryouts will be today from 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Bennett’s room, 227. All are welcome to tryout. Please bring a pencil with you to tryouts.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

11/16/16
DETENTION: There will be no detention this week due to the half day and conferences. Detention will resume December 1st.

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl tryouts will be Monday, November 21st at 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Bennett’s room, 227. All are welcome to tryout. Please bring a pencil with you to tryouts.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

11/15/16
DETENTION: There will be no detention this week due to the half day and conferences. Detention will resume December 1st.

QUIZ BOWL: Quiz Bowl tryouts will be Monday, November 21st at 3:15-4:15 in Ms. Bennett’s room, 227. All are welcome to tryout. Please bring a pencil with you to tryouts.

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families is underway. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

11/14/16
FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin today. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

11/11/16
THREADS OF HOPE: Threads of Hope, East Middle School's Student Clothes and Supply Closet, needs your help! We will be collecting new/gently used winter coats AND new school supplies (pens/pencils, binders, notebooks, erasers, markers, rulers, etc.) beginning TOMORROW, NOVEMBER 10th in the atrium before school starts. Please bring in anything you can donate. We are hoping to get our clothes/supply closet OPEN for student use by the end of this month. We will also have a table set up in the atrium during Parent/Teacher conferences for donations. Please see your Student Council representatives, Ms. Courneya, or Mr. Beissel with any questions. Student Council reps - there are still a lot of spots open on the Sign Ups for these events. Please see the Student Council Google Classroom page to sign up ASAP. Thank you!

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 14th. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip for this paid position.


11/10/16
FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 14th. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

11/9/16
THREADS OF HOPE: Threads of Hope, East Middle School's Student Clothes and Supply Closet, needs your help! We will be collecting new/gently used winter coats AND new school supplies (pens/pencils, binders, notebooks, erasers, markers, rulers, etc.) beginning THIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th in the atrium before school starts. Please bring in anything you can donate. We are hoping to get our clothes/supply closet OPEN for student use by the end of this month. We will also have a table set up in the atrium during Parent/Teacher conferences for donations. Please see your Student Council representatives, Ms. Courneya, or Mr. Beissel with any questions. Student Council reps - there are still a lot of spots open on the Sign Ups for these events. Please see the Student Council Google Classroom page to sign up ASAP. Thank you!

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 14th. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip. This is a paid position.

11/8/16
THREADS OF HOPE: Threads of Hope, East Middle School's Student Clothes and Supply Closet, needs your help! We will be collecting new/gently used winter coats AND new school supplies (pens/pencils, binders, notebooks, erasers, markers, rulers, etc.) beginning THIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th in the atrium before school starts. Please bring in anything you can donate. We are hoping to get our clothes/supply closet OPEN for student use by the end of this month. We will also have a table set up in the atrium during Parent/Teacher conferences for donations. Please see your Student Council representatives, Ms. Courneya, or Mr. Beissel with any questions. Student Council reps - there are still a lot of spots open on the Sign Ups for these events. Please see the Student Council Google Classroom page to sign up ASAP. Thank you!

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 14th. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip. This is a paid position.

11/7/16
THREADS OF HOPE: Threads of Hope, East Middle School's Student Clothes and Supply Closet, needs your help! We will be collecting new/gently used winter coats AND new school supplies (pens/pencils, binders, notebooks, erasers, markers, rulers, etc.) beginning THIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10th in the atrium before school starts. Please bring in anything you can donate. We are hoping to get our clothes/supply closet OPEN for student use by the end of this month. We will also have a table set up in the atrium during Parent/Teacher conferences for donations. Please see your Student Council representatives, Ms. Courneya, or Mr. Beissel with any questions. Student Council reps - there are still a lot of spots open on the Sign Ups for these events. Please see the Student Council Google Classroom page to sign up ASAP. Thank you!

FISH FOOD DRIVE: The annual FISH Holiday Food Drive to provide food and gifts for Grand Blanc families will begin Monday, November 14th. You can support the food drive by bringing in food, cleaning products, and hygiene items. Bring your donations to the tables in the atrium to be counted each morning. The annual competition between homerooms will be total number of items donated. The top three homerooms collecting the most items of food will receive a special breakfast prepared by Mrs. Kruse, Mr. Turnbow, Mrs. Heemsoth, and Mrs. Dach.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip. This is a paid position.

11/4/16
GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip. This is a paid position.

11/3/16
GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip. This is a paid position.

11/2/16
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, November 1st. We will be making East a better place by planting perennials outside. Wear grubby clothes. Ask your Mom or Dad to bring a shovel to school. Ask them if they’d like to help. We need lots of helpers that day! We will start in Mr. Brumwell’s room. All are welcome. See you soon!

ATTENTION ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Please check your @gbstu.org email and respond to the invite you were sent ASAP. Thank you!

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip.

11/1/16
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, November 1st. We will be making East a better place by planting perennials outside. Wear grubby clothes. Ask your Mom or Dad to bring a shovel to school. Ask them if they’d like to help. We need lots of helpers that day! We will start in Mr. Brumwell’s room. All are welcome. See you soon!

ATTENTION ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Please check your @gbstu.org email and respond to the invite you were sent ASAP. Thank you!

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip.

10/31/16
678 CLUB: The 678 Club will be meeting Tuesday, November 1st. We will be making East a better place by planting perennials outside. Wear grubby clothes. Ask your Mom or Dad to bring a shovel to school. Ask them if they’d like to help. We need lots of helpers that day! We will start in Mr. Brumwell’s room. All are welcome. See you soon!

ATTENTION ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Please check your @gbstu.org email and respond to the invite you were sent ASAP. Thank you!

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR VOLLEYBALL AND WRESTLING: For 8th grade students in Honor Society, Mrs. McMullen is looking for 2 students to help with ticket sales for the home girls’ volleyball games and wrestling meets. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the main office to pick up the permission slip.

10/28/16
ATTENTION ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Please check your @gbstu.org email and respond to the invite you were sent ASAP. Thank you!

SPARTANS VS THE WOLVERINES: Team one will be selling Michigan State and University of Michigan bracelets to see who has the most fans at East Middle School. The wristbands will cost $1.00. For every wristband you purchase, you will receive a ticket to go into a drawing to win a $50.00 gift certificate to AMAZON. Michigan fans will put their ticket into the Michigan drawing and State fans will put their tickets into the State drawing. The winning ticket will be pulled from the winning team's tickets. If U of M wins the big game, the ticket will be pulled from the Wolverine's tickets. If State wins the big game, the winning ticket will be pulled from the Spartan's tickets. The drawing will take place live on ETV on Monday. We will also be tracking which team has the most fans and posting the results daily in the atrium by the elevators.

CANDY GRAMS: Today is the last day ro purchase a Halloween candy gram. Buy a treat and send a note to your friends for only $0.50. Candy grams will be delivered to your 6th hour on Monday, Halloween.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/27/16
ATTENTION ALL STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Please check your @gbstu.org email and respond to the invite you were sent ASAP. Thank you!

SPARTANS VS THE WOLVERINES: Team one will be selling Michigan State and University of Michigan bracelets to see who has the most fans at East Middle School. The wristbands will cost $1.00. For every wristband you purchase, you will receive a ticket to go into a drawing to win a $50.00 gift certificate to AMAZON. Michigan fans will put their ticket into the Michigan drawing and State fans will put their tickets into the State drawing. The winning ticket will be pulled from the winning team's tickets. If U of M wins the big game, the ticket will be pulled from the Wolverine's tickets. If State wins the big game, the winning ticket will be pulled from the Spartan's tickets. The drawing will take place live on ETV on Monday. We will also be tracking which team has the most fans and posting the results daily in the atrium by the elevators.

CANDY GRAMS: Halloween candy grams will be available during all lunches. Buy a treat and send a note to your friends for only $0.50. You can buy a candy gram during lunch through this Friday. Candy grams will be delivered to your 6th hour the following Monday on Halloween.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/26/16
SPARTANS VS THE WOLVERINES: Beginning Monday, October 24, Team one will be selling Michigan State and University of Michigan bracelets to see who has the most fans at East Middle School. The wristbands will cost $1.00. For every wristband you purchase, you will receive a ticket to go into a drawing to win a $50.00 gift certificate to AMAZON. Michigan fans will put their ticket into the Michigan drawing and State fans will put their tickets into the State drawing. The winning ticket will be pulled from the winning team's tickets. If U of M wins the big game, the ticket will be pulled from the Wolverine's tickets. If State wins the big game, the winning ticket will be pulled from the Spartan's tickets. The drawing will take place live on ETV on Monday. We will also be tracking which team has the most fans and posting the results daily in the atrium by the elevators.

CANDY GRAMS: Halloween candy grams will be available starting this Wednesday during all lunches. Buy a treat and send a note to your friends for only $0.50. You can buy a candy gram during lunch this Wednesday through Friday. Candy grams will be delivered to your 6th hour the following Monday on Halloween.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/25/16
SPARTANS VS THE WOLVERINES: Beginning Monday, October 24, Team one will be selling Michigan State and University of Michigan bracelets to see who has the most fans at East Middle School. The wristbands will cost $1.00. For every wristband you purchase, you will receive a ticket to go into a drawing to win a $50.00 gift certificate to AMAZON. Michigan fans will put their ticket into the Michigan drawing and State fans will put their tickets into the State drawing. The winning ticket will be pulled from the winning team's tickets. If U of M wins the big game, the ticket will be pulled from the Wolverine's tickets. If State wins the big game, the winning ticket will be pulled from the Spartan's tickets. The drawing will take place live on ETV on Monday. We will also be tracking which team has the most fans and posting the results daily in the atrium by the elevators.

CANDY GRAMS: Halloween candy grams will be available starting this Wednesday during all lunches. Buy a treat and send a note to your friends for only $0.50. You can buy a candy gram during lunch this Wednesday through Friday. Candy grams will be delivered to your 6th hour the following Monday on Halloween.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/24/16
SPARTANS VS THE WOLVERINES: Beginning Monday, October 24, Team one will be selling Michigan State and University of Michigan bracelets to see who has the most fans at East Middle School. The wristbands will cost $1.00. For every wristband you purchase, you will receive a ticket to go into a drawing to win a $50.00 gift certificate to AMAZON. Michigan fans will put their ticket into the Michigan drawing and State fans will put their tickets into the State drawing. The winning ticket will be pulled from the winning team's tickets. If U of M wins the big game, the ticket will be pulled from the Wolverine's tickets. If State wins the big game, the winning ticket will be pulled from the Spartan's tickets. The drawing will take place live on ETV on Monday. We will also be tracking which team has the most fans and posting the results daily in the atrium by the elevators.

CANDY GRAMS: Halloween candy grams will be available starting this Wednesday during all lunches. Buy a treat and send a note to your friends for only $0.50. You can buy a candy gram during lunch this Wednesday through Friday. Candy grams will be delivered to your 6th hour the following Monday on Halloween.

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling, practice starts today, after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls’ volleyball tryouts will be today and tomorrow, after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls’ volleyball tryouts will be today tomorrow, after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/21/16
DRAMA CLUB: Attention all Drama Club members who are going on the field trip, especially those of you who are ALSO going to the dance. You will need to leave the dance just a bit early to board the bus at 6:10 PM. The bus leaves sharply at 6:15 for Bower Theater in Flint.

All Drama Club members are reminded that our Halloween Party is Monday right after school, 3:15 to 5:00 PM. You need to bring Mrs. Nelson your $3.00 for the party by Friday, 10-21-16 so she knows how many students to count on.

FALL LOCK-IN DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance tonight from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Wristbands to enter are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons).

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling - practice will begin on Monday, October 24th after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday October 24th, and Tuesday, the 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/20/16
DRAMA CLUB: Attention all Drama Club members who are going on Friday's field trip, especially those of you who are ALSO going to the dance. You will need to leave the dance just a bit early to board the bus at 6:10 PM. The bus leaves sharply at 6:15 for Bower Theater in Flint.

All cast members have Play Rehearsal today right after school, 3:15 to 5:00. Meet in Mrs. Nelson's room #218.

All Drama Club members are reminded that our Halloween Party is Monday right after school, 3:15 to 5:00 PM. You need to bring Mrs. Nelson your $3.00 for the party by Friday, 10-21-16 so she knows how many students to count on.

BOX TOPS CONTEST: Start clipping those box tops now through October 21st for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

FALL LOCK-IN DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Wristbands to enter are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/22 & 10/23. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons).

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling - practice will begin on Monday, October 24th after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday October 24th, and Tuesday, the 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

GB PARKS & REC GIRLS’ VOLLEYBALL: Grand Blanc Parks and Rec is offering a girls volleyball league for 6th – 8th grade. Limited space is available. More information is available in the main office.

10/19/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: Start clipping those box tops now through October 21st for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling - practice will begin on Monday, October 24th after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday October 24th, and Tuesday, the 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

10/18/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: Start clipping those box tops now through October 21st for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

678 CLUB: Are you interested in hanging out and having fun with other kids from East Middle School? Please join the 678 Club. Our first meeting is today, October 18th from 3:15 to 4:15. We'll meet in Mr. Brumwell's room #121. Everybody's welcome!

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling - practice will begin on Monday, October 24th after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday October 24th, and Tuesday, the 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/17/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: Start clipping those box tops now through October 21st for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

678 CLUB: Are you interested in hanging out and having fun with other kids from East Middle School? Please join the 678 Club. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 18th from 3:15 to 4:15. We'll meet in Mr. Brumwell's room #121. Everybody's welcome!

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

WRESTLING PRACTICE: For students interested in wrestling - practice will begin on Monday, October 24th after school until 5:00 PM. Students should be picked up by 5:15 pm. Wrestlers must have an athletic physical and handbook on file in the office in order to participate.

8th GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 8th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Monday, October 24th and Tuesday, October 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

7TH GRADE VOLLEYBALL TRYOUTS: 7th grade girls volleyball tryouts will be Friday, October 21st, Monday the 24th, and Tuesday, the 25th after school until 5:00 pm. Students should be picked up by 5:15. Girls must have a physical and handbook on file in order to participate.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/14/16
ATTENTION ALL NEW STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: We will be meeting in room 239 at 8:00 AM on Monday, October 17. Please check in with your homeroom teacher first. See you then!

BOX TOPS CONTEST: October 10, 2016 - October 21, 2016. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

678 CLUB: Are you interested in hanging out and having fun with other kids from East Middle School? Please join the 678 Club. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 18th from 3:15 to 4:15. We'll meet in Mr. Brumwell's room #121. Everybody's welcome!

CAFETERIA: Attention students! The 30 day grace period for the 2015-2016 lunch/breakfast meal application is fast approaching! You must complete a new meal application each school year per USDA regulations. If you have received a letter in the mail from us saying you have been approved for free or reduced price meals for this school year, there is no further action needed. If you have not received a letter from us, the 30 day grace period for free or reduced meals from last school year will ends today, OCTOBER 14th.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

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th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/13/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: October 10, 2016 - October 21, 2016. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

678 CLUB: Are you interested in hanging out and having fun with other kids from East Middle School? Please join the 678 Club. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 18th from 3:15 to 4:15. We'll meet in Mr. Brumwell's room #121. Everybody's welcome!

CAFETERIA: Attention students! The 30 day grace period for the 2015-2016 lunch/breakfast meal application is fast approaching! You must complete a new meal application each school year per USDA regulations. If you have received a letter in the mail from us saying you have been approved for free or reduced price meals for this school year, there is no further action needed. If you have not received a letter from us, the 30 day grace period for free or reduced meals from last school year will end Friday, OCTOBER 14th.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/12/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: October 10, 2016 - October 21, 2016. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

678 CLUB: Are you interested in hanging out and having fun with other kids from East Middle School? Please join the 678 Club. Our first meeting is Tuesday, October 18th from 3:15 to 4:15. We'll meet in Mr. Brumwell's room #121. Everybody's welcome!

CAFETERIA: Attention students! The 30 day grace period for the 2015-2016 lunch/breakfast meal application is fast approaching! You must complete a new meal application each school year per USDA regulations. If you have received a letter in the mail from us saying you have been approved for free or reduced price meals for this school year, there is no further action needed. If you have not received a letter from us, the 30 day grace period for free or reduced meals from last school year will end Friday, OCTOBER 14th.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/11/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: October 10, 2016 - October 21, 2016. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

CAFETERIA: Attention students! The 30 day grace period for the 2015-2016 lunch/breakfast meal application is fast approaching! You must complete a new meal application each school year per USDA regulations. If you have received a letter in the mail from us saying you have been approved for free or reduced price meals for this school year, there is no further action needed. If you have not received a letter from us, the 30 day grace period for free or reduced meals from last school year will end Friday, OCTOBER 14th.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

STUDENT COUNCIL: Attention students! If you are interested in being part of East Middle School's Student Council this year, please talk with your team leader ASAP. Four team representatives and one alternate will be chosen to represent each team this year. All representatives should be selected by Wednesday, Oct 12. Please see Ms. Courneya or Mr. Beissel if you have any questions about Student Council.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/10/16
BOX TOPS CONTEST: October 10, 2016 - October 21, 2016. Start clipping those box tops for a chance to win a movie pass to NCG Cinemas. Bring your clipped box tops to the collection box in the main office!

CAFETERIA: Attention students! The 30 day grace period for the 2015-2016 lunch/breakfast meal application is fast approaching! You must complete a new meal application each school year per USDA regulations. If you have received a letter in the mail from us saying you have been approved for free or reduced price meals for this school year, there is no further action needed. If you have not received a letter from us, the 30 day grace period for free or reduced meals from last school year will end Friday, OCTOBER 14th.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

STUDENT COUNCIL: Attention students! If you are interested in being part of East Middle School's Student Council this year, please talk with your team leader ASAP. Four team representatives and one alternate will be chosen to represent each team this year. All representatives should be selected by Wednesday, Oct 12. Please see Ms. Courneya or Mr. Beissel if you have any questions about Student Council.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/7/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is winding down “Spirit Week” with Friday, 10/7 being Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white.

DRAMA CLUB REMINDER: Drama Club meets again on Monday from 3:15 to 4:15. If you were unable to make it last Monday please feel free to see Mrs. Nelson in Room 218, for the handouts that were passed out. This is a reminder that field trip signed permission slips and money are due on Monday, Oct. 10th! Also, auditions for the fall show will be Monday immediately following the REGULAR Drama Club meeting. Auditions run from 4:15 to 6:00 PM but you may leave as soon as your audition is over. Kids involved in sports who want to audition, feel free to come after your practice. We will be here until 6:00 PM on Monday holding auditions.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

STUDENT COUNCIL: Attention students! If you are interested in being part of East Middle School's Student Council this year, please talk with your team leader ASAP. Four team representatives and one alternate will be chosen to represent each team this year. All representatives should be selected by Wednesday, Oct 12. Please see Ms. Courneya or Mr. Beissel if you have any questions about Student Council.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/6/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is winding down “Spirit Week” with Friday, 10/7 being Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white.

DRAMA CLUB REMINDER: Drama Club meets again on Monday from 3:15 to 4:15. If you were unable to make it last Monday please feel free to see Mrs. Nelson in Room 218, for the handouts that were passed out. This is a reminder that field trip signed permission slips and money are due on Monday, Oct. 10th! Also, auditions for the fall show will be Monday immediately following the REGULAR Drama Club meeting. Auditions run from 4:15 to 6:00 PM but you may leave as soon as your audition is over. Kids involved in sports who want to audition, feel free to come after your practice. We will be here until 6:00 PM on Monday holding auditions.

FALL DANCE: Unified Arts is sponsoring a Fall Dance Friday, October 21st, from 4:30 - 6:15 p.m. Tickets are $5 and will be sold during all lunches on Thursday and Friday, 10/20 & 10/21. Concessions such as pizza, soda and candy will be sold during the dance for $1 each. Students may not stay after school. They are to be dropped off at 4:30 p.m. Doors will be open to enter from 4:30 - 4:45 p.m. Students must be picked up at 6:15. Students may dress up in school appropriate costumes (no masks or weapons). No cell phones may be used during the dance.

STUDENT COUNCIL: Attention students! If you are interested in being part of East Middle School's Student Council this year, please talk with your team leader ASAP. Four team representatives and one alternate will be chosen to represent each team this year. All representatives should be selected by Wednesday, Oct 12. Please see Ms. Courneya or Mr. Beissel if you have any questions about Student Council.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/5/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is having “Spirit Week” starting Monday, October 3rd. The spirit week dress-up days are as follows:
Monday, 10/3 – All American Monday, (Wear your red, white, and blue)
Tuesday, 10/4 - Twin Day
Wednesday, 10/5 - East MS Spirit Day
Thursday, 10/6 – Decades Day
Friday, 10/7 – Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white

STUDENT COUNCIL: Attention students! If you are interested in being part of East Middle School's Student Council this year, please talk with your team leader ASAP. Four team representatives and one alternate will be chosen to represent each team this year. All representatives should be selected by Wednesday, Oct 12. Please see Ms. Courneya or Mr. Beissel if you have any questions about Student Council.

FRONTLINE CLUB: Did you hear about the new club here at East? Frontline is a club for Christian teens to hang out with other Christian teens. Anyone is welcome to join Frontline. We meet every Thursday from 3:15-4:00 in room 118. Join us this week for snacks and fun. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. See Mrs. Bledsoe with questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/4/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is having “Spirit Week” starting Monday, October 3rd. The spirit week dress-up days are as follows:
Monday, 10/3 – All American Monday, (Wear your red, white, and blue)
Tuesday, 10/4 - Twin Day
Wednesday, 10/5 - East MS Spirit Day
Thursday, 10/6 – Decades Day
Friday, 10/7 – Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

10/3/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is having “Spirit Week” starting Monday, October 3rd. The spirit week dress-up days are as follows:
Monday, 10/3 – All American Monday, (Wear your red, white, and blue)
Tuesday, 10/4 - Twin Day
Wednesday, 10/5 - East MS Spirit Day
Thursday, 10/6 – Decades Day
Friday, 10/7 – Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white

DRAMA CLUB: All interested 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are invited to attend Drama Club. If you have an interest in theater, performing, and improvisation then this is the club for you. Drama Club begins Monday, October 3rd. Meet Mrs. Nelson in room 218 right after dismissal, the group will then move to the cafetorium. Information about the club will be passed out at the first meeting on Monday. See Mrs. Nelson if you have questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

9/30/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is having “Spirit Week” starting Monday, October 3rd. The spirit week dress-up days are as follows:
Monday, 10/3 – All American Monday, (Wear your red, white, and blue)
Tuesday, 10/4 - Twin Day
Wednesday, 10/5 - East MS Spirit Day
Thursday, 10/6 – Decades Day
Friday, 10/7 – Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white

DRAMA CLUB: All interested 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are invited to attend Drama Club. If you have an interest in theater, performing, and improvisation then this is the club for you. Drama Club begins Monday, October 3rd. Meet Mrs. Nelson in room 218 right after dismissal, the group will then move to the cafetorium. Information about the club will be passed out at the first meeting on Monday. See Mrs. Nelson if you have questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

ATTENTION 6TH GRADERS INTERESTED IN BASKETBALL: Registration forms are available in the office for a Grand Blanc Developmental Basketball League and Grand Blanc High School Youth Basketball clinic. Learn the fundamentals: passing, defense, shooting, dribbling and teamwork. The camp and league will be conducted by GBHS Varsity Coach Rob McRae, staff and players!

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/29/16
SPIRIT WEEK: In celebration of Grand Blanc’s Homecoming, East Middle School is having “Spirit Week” starting Monday, October 3rd. The spirit week dress-up days are as follows:
Monday, 10/3 – All American Monday, (Wear your red, white, and blue)
Tuesday, 10/4 - Twin Day
Wednesday, 10/5 - East MS Spirit Day
Thursday, 10/6 – Decades Day
Friday, 10/7 – Grand Blanc Spirit Day, 6th grade: red/7th grade: black/8th grade: white

DRAMA CLUB: All interested 6th, 7th, and 8th graders are invited to attend Drama Club. If you have an interest in theater, performing, and improvisation then this is the club for you. Drama Club begins Monday, October 3rd. Meet Mrs. Nelson in room 218 right after dismissal, the group will then move to the cafetorium. Information about the club will be passed out at the first meeting on Monday. See Mrs. Nelson if you have questions.

ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

FRONTLINE: Are you a Christian? Do you want to meet other Christians in your school? Join the Frontline group on Thursdays starting this week. Frontline will meet in room 118 on Thursday after school until 4:00 pm. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. If you have questions please see Mrs. Bledsoe.

9/28/16
ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

FRONTLINE: Are you a Christian? Do you want to meet other Christians in your school? Join the Frontline group on Thursdays starting this week. Frontline will meet in room 118 on Thursday after school until 4:00 pm. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. If you have questions please see Mrs. Bledsoe.

9/27/16
ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention all 8th grade students interested in attending the annual 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. There will be an informational meeting taking place here at East Middle School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, September 27th. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Please see Mr. Todd in room 215 if you need more information.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

FRONTLINE: Are you a Christian? Do you want to meet other Christians in your school? Join the Frontline group on Thursdays starting this week. Frontline will meet in room 118 on Thursday after school until 4:00 pm. Please make sure you arrange for someone to pick you up at 4:00. If you have questions please see Mrs. Bledsoe.

9/26/16
ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention all 8th grade students interested in attending the annual 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. There will be an informational meeting taking place here at East Middle School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, September 27th. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Please see Mr. Todd in room 215 if you need more information.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/23/16
ATTENTION STUDENTS! You are now able to register for testing through Northwestern University’s Midwest Academic Talent Search. If you are interested in taking the PSAT, SAT or ACT outside of school during the fall or winter of this school year, please stop by the counseling office for further information. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention all 8th grade students interested in attending the annual 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. There will be an informational meeting taking place here at East Middle School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, September 27th. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Please see Mr. Todd in room 215 if you need more information.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/22/16
8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention all 8th grade students interested in attending the annual 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. There will be an informational meeting taking place here at East Middle School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, September 27th. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Please see Mr. Todd in room 215 if you need more information.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Are you interested in outdoor Frisbee? East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee starting today. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/21/16
CROSS COUNTRY: There will be no cross country practice on Wednesday, September 21st.

8TH GRADE WASHINGTON DC TRIP: Attention all 8th grade students interested in attending the annual 8th grade trip to Washington D.C. There will be an informational meeting taking place here at East Middle School in the gymnasium on Tuesday, September 27th. The meeting will begin at 7:00PM. Please see Mr. Todd in room 215 if you need more information.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Are you interested in outdoor Frisbee? East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee starting Thursday, September 22nd. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/20/16
CROSS COUNTRY: There will be no cross country practice on Wednesday, September 21st.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Are you interested in outdoor Frisbee? East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee starting Thursday, September 22nd. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/19/16
CROSS COUNTRY: There will be no cross country practice on Wednesday, September 21st.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come to Grand Blanc High School West Campus on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory and walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the main office.

ULTIMATE FRISBEE: Are you interested in outdoor Frisbee? East Middle School is offering Intramural Ultimate Frisbee starting Thursday, September 22nd. The required permission slips are available in the main office or room 238. The first 64 students to submit permission slips will be accepted.

9/16/16
GBEMS VEX ROBOTICS: The GBEMS VEX Robotics team will have a student meeting, today from 3:15-5:15. New members will be accepted through the end of this week. If you are interested in joining the team and did not attend Wednesday’s meeting, you need to attend this meeting and turn in your registration form by the end of the day today.

BLUEBERRY AMBASSADORS: Random Acts of Kindness are things people do without a great deal of thought that display kindness to others. Blueberry Ambassadors are students in and around Genesee County who pledge to perform random acts of kindness at school and within their community throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of the East Middle School Blueberry Ambassador program, please stop by and sign up in the counseling office today. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory! Walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the office.

9/15/16
GBEMS VEX ROBOTICS: The GBEMS VEX Robotics team will have a student meeting, today from 3:15-5:15. New members will be accepted through the end of this week. If you are interested in joining the team and did not attend Wednesday’s meeting, you need to attend this meeting and turn in your registration form by the end of the day today.

BLUEBERRY AMBASSADORS: Random Acts of Kindness are things people do without a great deal of thought that display kindness to others. Blueberry Ambassadors are students in and around Genesee County who pledge to perform random acts of kindness at school and within their community throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of the East Middle School Blueberry Ambassador program, please stop by and sign up in the counseling office today. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

BOBKITTEN CHEER CLINIC: Come on Saturday, October 1st for instruction from Grand Blanc High School coaches and cheerleaders. Then on October 13th show off your new skills and help cheer on the GBHS Freshmen football team to a bobcat victory! Walk in the Homecoming Parade October 7th! More information is available in the office.

9/14/16
ATTENTION TEAM 7 STUDENTS: There will be a brief meeting in the Lecture Hall today, September 15th after announcements.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HELPING CREATE THE EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOK: There will be a brief meeting in the Lecture Hall, after school today, September 15th. This meeting will run from 3:15-3:45; please make sure you arrange for pick up. If you are interested in joining the yearbook staff this year, please attend this meeting and if you would like to get ahead of schedule, please stop in the counseling office and get your Yearbook Application early. If you have any other questions please see Mr. Sokoloski in the counseling office.

GBEMS VEX ROBOTICS: The GBEMS VEX Robotics team will have a student meeting, Friday from 3:15-5:15. New members will be accepted through the end of this week. If you are interested in joining the team and did not attend Wednesday’s meeting, you need to attend this meetings and turn in your registration form by Friday, September 16th.

BLUEBERRY AMBASSADORS: Random Acts of Kindness are things people do without a great deal of thought that display kindness to others. Blueberry Ambassadors are students in and around Genesee County who pledge to perform random acts of kindness at school and within their community throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of the East Middle School Blueberry Ambassador program, please stop by and sign up in the counseling office during the week of September 12. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

7th & 8th GRADE JUNIOR LEAGUE BASKETBALL: Interested in a great opportunity to polish up your skills and get ready for middle school tryouts? Parks and Recreation is offering Junior League Basketball. Stop by the office for a flyer with more details.

9/13/16
8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR FOOTBALL AND GIRLS BASKETBALL: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade honor roll students to help with ticket sales for the home football and girls basketball games. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the office for a permission slip and more information.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HELPING CREATE THE EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOK: There will be a brief meeting in the Lecture Hall, after school on Thursday September 15th. This meeting will run from 3:15-3:45; please make sure you arrange for pick up. If you are interested in joining the yearbook staff this year, please attend this meeting and if you would like to get ahead of schedule, please stop in the counseling office and get your Yearbook Application early. If you have any other questions please see Mr. Sokoloski in the counseling office.

GBEMS VEX ROBOTICS: The GBEMS VEX Robotics team will have a student meeting this Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 and Friday from 3:15-5:15. New members will be accepted through the end of this week. If you are interested in joining the team, you need to attend at least one of these meetings and turn in your registration form by Friday, September 16th.

BLUEBERRY AMBASSADORS: Random Acts of Kindness are things people do without a great deal of thought that display kindness to others. Blueberry Ambassadors are students in and around Genesee County who pledge to perform random acts of kindness at school and within their community throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of the East Middle School Blueberry Ambassador program, please stop by and sign up in the counseling office during the week of September 12. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

MIDDLE SCHOOL TENNIS: Have you considered playing tennis? Now is your chance! Grand Blanc Middle School now offers a co-ed Tennis Club. The program is FREE and open to both East & West Middle School students.

September practice will be at the Grand Blanc High School tennis courts, every Wednesday starting 9/14 from 6:00pm - 7:00pm and will continue through April.

Don’t have a racquet…don’t worry, one will be provided.

Sign-up today! Sign up online https://goo.gl/forms/VcfzjuhuL28wea8B2

Questions? Contact Coach Leavy at 810-252-6786 or Donald.leavy@gmail.com

9/12/16

8TH GRADE STUDENTS INTERESTED IN TICKET SALES FOR FOOTBALL AND GIRLS BASKETBALL: Mrs. McMullen is still looking for 8th grade honor roll students to help with ticket sales for the home football and girls basketball games. Please see Mrs. McMullen in the office for a permission slip and more information.

ATTENTION STUDENTS INTERESTED IN HELPING CREATE THE EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL YEARBOOK: There will be a brief meeting in the Lecture Hall, after school on Thursday September 15th. This meeting will run from 3:15-3:45; please make sure you arrange for pick up. If you are interested in joining the yearbook staff this year, please attend this meeting and if you would like to get ahead of schedule, please stop in the counseling office and get your Yearbook Application early. If you have any other questions please see Mr. Sokoloski in the counseling office.

GBEMS VEX ROBOTICS: The GBEMS VEX Robotics team will have a student meeting this Wednesday from 6:30-8:30 and Friday from 3:15-5:15. New members will be accepted through the end of this week. If you are interested in joining the team, you need to attend at least one of these meetings and turn in your registration form by Friday, September 16th.

BLUEBERRY AMBASSADORS: Random Acts of Kindness are things people do without a great deal of thought that display kindness to others. Blueberry Ambassadors are students in and around Genesee County who pledge to perform random acts of kindness at school and within their community throughout the school year. If you are interested in being part of the East Middle School Blueberry Ambassador program, please stop by and sign up in the counseling office during the week of September 12. If you have questions, please see your counselor.

6/14/16
SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

GRAND BLANC SUMMER VOLLEYBALL: Interested in summer volleyball opportunities? Stop by the main office for a flyer.

6/13/16
SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

GRAND BLANC SUMMER VOLLEYBALL: Interested in summer volleyball opportunities? Stop by the main office for a flyer.

6/10/16
LOST AND FOUND: Lost and found items are displayed outside the main office. There are shoes, lunch boxes, books, bags, lots of jackets and coats that need to be claimed. The gently used clothing will be donated while other items will be discarded. So, please check the tables outside the main office to claim any items you may have misplaced.

2015-2016 YEARBOOKS: Yearbooks will be distributed today, June 10th, during homeroom. Please sign your book if it is not personalized already and be respectful and positive when signing other students’ yearbooks. Follow your teachers' direction on whether or not you can have them out in class. Unfortunately, we have no extra yearbooks this year. Contact Mrs. Gundlach if you have any problems.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

6/9/16
LOST AND FOUND: Students – the lost and found items are displayed outside the main office. There are shoes, lunch boxes, books, bags, lots of jackets and coats that need to be claimed. The gently used clothing will be donated while other items will be discarded. So, please check the tables outside the main office to claim any items you may have misplaced.

2015-2016 YEARBOOKS: Yearbooks will be distributed Friday, June 10th, during homeroom. Please sign your book if it is not personalized already and be respectful and positive when signing other students’ yearbooks. Follow your teachers' direction on whether or not you can have them out in class. Unfortunately, we have no extra yearbooks this year. Contact Mrs. Gundlach if you have any problems.

2016 – 2017 YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Don’t forget, the deadline for all yearbook cover entries is June 10th at 3pm. The voting will take place next week. Students and teachers will be able to vote at lunches, one vote per person. The winning entry will be used as the cover for the 2017 yearbook and the winning artist will win a free yearbook. We will also have 4 runner-up covers that will be placed on the back cover of the book. Those 4 runner up students will get their yearbooks at half price. Entries must be on an 8.5x11 inch piece of paper, in your choice of colors, and you must include the title of “Grand Blanc East Middle School” as well as the year 2016-2017 or just 2017. Please make sure the spelling and the date are correct on your entry. If you need paper, you can pick up a sheet from the counseling office. All submissions should go directly to the counseling office. Get creative and submit those Yearbook Covers! Good Luck to everyone!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be today, June 9th and tomorrow, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

6/8/16
LOST AND FOUND: Students – the lost and found items are displayed outside the main office. There are shoes, lunch boxes, books, bags, lots of jackets and coats that need to be claimed. The gently used clothing will be donated while other items will be discarded. So, please check the tables outside the main office to claim any items you may have misplaced.

2015-2016 YEARBOOKS: Yearbooks will be distributed Friday, June 10th, during homeroom. Please sign your book if it is not personalized already and be respectful and positive when signing other students’ yearbooks. Follow your teachers' direction on whether or not you can have them out in class. Unfortunately, we have no extra yearbooks this year. Contact Mrs. Gundlach if you have any problems.

END OF YEAR YEARBOOK PARTY: There will be an end of year pizza party on Wednesday, June 8th from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Gundlach’s classroom 223. All yearbook staffers from this year are invited to attend.

2016 – 2017 YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Don’t forget, the deadline for all yearbook cover entries is June 10th at 3pm. The voting will take place next week. Students and teachers will be able to vote at lunches, one vote per person. The winning entry will be used as the cover for the 2017 yearbook and the winning artist will win a free yearbook. We will also have 4 runner-up covers that will be placed on the back cover of the book. Those 4 runner up students will get their yearbooks at half price. Entries must be on an 8.5x11 inch piece of paper, in your choice of colors, and you must include the title of “Grand Blanc East Middle School” as well as the year 2016-2017 or just 2017. Please make sure the spelling and the date are correct on your entry. If you need paper, you can pick up a sheet from the counseling office. All submissions should go directly to the counseling office. Get creative and submit those Yearbook Covers! Good Luck to everyone!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be taking place on Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

6/7/16
LOST AND FOUND: Students – the lost and found items are displayed outside the main office. There are shoes, lunch boxes, books, bags, lots of jackets and coats that need to be claimed. The gently used clothing will be donated while other items will be discarded. So, please check the tables outside the main office to claim any items you may have misplaced.

2015-2016 YEARBOOKS: Yearbooks will be distributed Friday, June 10th, during homeroom. Please sign your book if it is not personalized already and be respectful and positive when signing other students’ yearbooks. Follow your teachers' direction on whether or not you can have them out in class. Unfortunately, we have no extra yearbooks this year. Contact Mrs. Gundlach if you have any problems.

END OF YEAR YEARBOOK PARTY: There will be an end of year pizza party on Wednesday, June 8th from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Gundlach’s classroom 223. All yearbook staffers from this year are invited to attend.

2016 – 2017 YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Don’t forget, the deadline for all yearbook cover entries is June 10th at 3pm. The voting will take place next week. Students and teachers will be able to vote at lunches, one vote per person. The winning entry will be used as the cover for the 2017 yearbook and the winning artist will win a free yearbook. We will also have 4 runner-up covers that will be placed on the back cover of the book. Those 4 runner up students will get their yearbooks at half price. Entries must be on an 8.5x11 inch piece of paper, in your choice of colors, and you must include the title of “Grand Blanc East Middle School” as well as the year 2016-2017 or just 2017. Please make sure the spelling and the date are correct on your entry. If you need paper, you can pick up a sheet from the counseling office. All submissions should go directly to the counseling office. Get creative and submit those Yearbook Covers! Good Luck to everyone!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be taking place on Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

6/6/16
LOST AND FOUND: Students – the lost and found items are displayed outside the main office. There are shoes, lunch boxes, books, bags, lots of jackets and coats that need to be claimed. The gently used clothing will be donated while other items will be discarded. So, please check the tables outside the main office to claim any items you may have misplaced.

2015-2016 YEARBOOKS: Yearbooks will be distributed Friday, June 10th, during homeroom. Please sign your book if it is not personalized already and be respectful and positive when signing other students’ yearbooks. Follow your teachers' direction on whether or not you can have them out in class. Unfortunately, we have no extra yearbooks this year. Contact Mrs. Gundlach if you have any problems.

END OF YEAR YEARBOOK PARTY: There will be an end of year pizza party on Wednesday, June 8th from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. in Mrs. Gundlach’s classroom 223. All yearbook staffers from this year are invited to attend.

2016 – 2017 YEARBOOK COVER CONTEST: Don’t forget, the deadline for all yearbook cover entries is June 10th at 3pm. The voting will take place next week. Students and teachers will be able to vote at lunches, one vote per person. The winning entry will be used as the cover for the 2017 yearbook and the winning artist will win a free yearbook. We will also have 4 runner-up covers that will be placed on the back cover of the book. Those 4 runner up students will get their yearbooks at half price. Entries must be on an 8.5x11 inch piece of paper, in your choice of colors, and you must include the title of “Grand Blanc East Middle School” as well as the year 2016-2017 or just 2017. Please make sure the spelling and the date are correct on your entry. If you need paper, you can pick up a sheet from the counseling office. All submissions should go directly to the counseling office. Get creative and submit those Yearbook Covers! Good Luck to everyone!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be taking place on Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL FLAG FOOTBALL: Attention 8th graders! The deadline for High School 6 on 6 Flag Football is June 15th. A flyer with more information is available in the main office.

6/3/16
LIBRARY BOOK RETURNS: All library books are now due! Please finish that last chapter (or two) today and return your book to the library. Thank you!!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be taking place on Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

MIDDLE SCHOOL POM TRYOUTS: Tryouts for the 7th & 8th Grade Pom Team for next year will be taking place on Monday, June 6th and Tuesday, June 7th from 3:15 – 5:00 p.m. Students should meet in the cafeteria at 3:15 p.m., prepared for the tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

6/2/16
LIBRARY BOOK RETURNS: Please return all library books no later than THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd. Today is the last day for checkout. (1 day checkout) Thank you!!

MIDDLE SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: 7th & 8th grade Fall cheerleading tryouts will be taking place on Thursday, June 9th and Friday, June 10th from 3:15 – 5:15 p.m. Students should meet in the Cafeteria at 3:15 prepared to tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Athletic Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

MIDDLE SCHOOL POM TRYOUTS: Tryouts for the 7th & 8th Grade Pom Team for next year will be taking place on Monday, June 6th and Tuesday, June 7th from 3:15 – 5:00 p.m. Students should meet in the cafeteria at 3:15 p.m., prepared for the tryout. Students must have an Athletic Physical and Handbook on file in the office dated after April 15th 2015 in order to tryout. If the student makes the team, an updated physical and handbook dated after April 15, 2016 must be turned in to participate in any summer event or practices for the next year.

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

6/1/16
MIDDLE SCHOOL SINGERS: Middle School Singers will be cancelled for Wednesday, June 1st.

LIBRARY BOOK RETURNS: Please return all library books no later than THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd. The last day for checkout is JUNE 2nd. (1 day checkout) Thank you!!

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

5/31/16
MIDDLE SCHOOL SINGERS: Middle School Singers will be cancelled for Wednesday, June 1st.

LIBRARY BOOK RETURNS: Please return all library books no later than THIS FRIDAY, JUNE 3rd. The last day for checkout is JUNE 2nd. (1 day checkout) Thank you!!

SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

​5/27/16
SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.


ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

5/26/16
SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players age 5 through age 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.


ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

5/25/16
SUMMER SKILLS BASEBALL CAMP: Attention all baseball players! The Grand Blanc High School Baseball program will be running a Summer Skills Baseball Camp for all interested baseball players ages 5 through 14. The Camp will run from June 20th through June 22nd at the Grand Blanc Varsity Baseball Field. Start out the summer with some fun with friends, while also becoming a better baseball player. See Mr. Hubbs in room 130 for more information.

HIGH SCHOOL SWIM AND DIVE: Attention 8th grade girls! The High School Girls’ Swim and Dive team is having a Preseason Meeting today, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School East Campus Pool area. This is an informational meeting for students and their parents. Informational flyers are available in the main office. If you are interested in joining the High School Swim Dive teams next year, please contact Coach Overmyer at gbcoaho@gmail.com. The Boys’ Swim/Dive season is November 21st – March 11th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

5/24/16
HIGH SCHOOL SWIM AND DIVE: Attention 8th grade girls! The High School Girls’ Swim and Dive Team is having a Preseason Meeting this Wednesday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School East Campus Pool area. This is an informational meeting for students and their parents. Informational flyers are available in the main office. If you are interested in joining the High School Swim Dive teams next year, please contact Coach Overmyer at gbcoaho@gmail.com. The Boys’ Swim/Dive season is November 21st – March 11th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRY-OUTS: It’s that time of year again! Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 cheerleading try-outs will be May 31st, June 1st, and June 3rd from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. at the Grand Blanc High School West Campus Gym. Try-out packets will be available online through the district website and the 1st night of try-outs. You must have a current physical on file to tryout. If you have any questions, please email Coach Christina Swansey at coachswansey@gmail.com. Flyers are available in the main office. FIRE UP CATS!!

5/23/16
HIGH SCHOOL SWIM AND DIVE: Attention 8th grade girls! The High School Girls’ Swim and Dive team is having a Preseason Meeting this Wednesday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School East Campus Pool area. This is an informational meeting for students and their parents. Informational flyers are available in the main office. If you are interested in joining the High School Swim Dive teams next year, please contact Coach Overmyer at gbcoaho@gmail.com. The Boys’ Swim/Dive season is November 21st – March 11th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

5/19/16
HIGH SCHOOL SWIM AND DIVE: Attention 8th grade girls! The High School Girls’ Swim and Dive team is having a Preseason Meeting this Wednesday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School East Campus Pool area. This is an informational meeting for students and their parents. Informational flyers are available in the main office. If you are interested in joining the High School Swim Dive teams next year, please contact Coach Overmyer at gbcoaho@gmail.com. The Boys’ Swim/Dive season is November 21st – March 11th.

8TH GRADE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CONCESSIONS: Concessions will be available during the 8th grade baseball and softball games on May 20th. Come out and enjoy the games!!

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The 3-on-3 intramural basketball permission slips are now available in the main office and at lunch. All grades are welcome and there is no cost to participate. The first 48 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. Permission slips are due by May 20th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: It’s that time of year again – Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 Cheerleading tryouts! If you are interested in joining the program, please attend the pre-tryout meeting for parents and athletes on May 18th at 7pm in the GBHS WEST CAMPUS Cafeteria. They will be discussing the tryout process, expectations, expenses and schedules. Information about try-out dates is available in the main office.

5/18/16
HIGH SCHOOL SWIM AND DIVE: Attention 8th grade girls! The High School Girls’ Swim and Dive team is having a Preseason Meeting this Wednesday, May 25th at 6:00 p.m. in the High School East Campus Pool area. This is an informational meeting for students and their parents. Informational flyers are available in the main office. If you are interested in joining the High School Swim Dive teams next year, please contact Coach Overmyer at gbcoaho@gmail.com. The Boys’ Swim/Dive season is November 21st – March 11th.

8TH GRADE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CONCESSIONS: Concessions will be available during the 8th grade baseball and softball games on May 20th. Come out and enjoy the games!!

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The 3-on-3 intramural basketball permission slips are now available in the main office and at lunch. All grades are welcome and there is no cost to participate. The first 48 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. Permission slips are due by May 20th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: It’s that time of year again – Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 Cheerleading tryouts! If you are interested in joining the program, please attend the pre-tryout meeting for parents and athletes on May 18th at 7pm in the GBHS WEST CAMPUS Cafeteria. They will be discussing the tryout process, expectations, expenses and schedules. Information about try-out dates is available in the main office.

5/17/16
8TH GRADE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CONCESSIONS: Concessions will be available during the 8th grade baseball and softball games on May 20th. Come out and enjoy the games!!

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The 3-on-3 intramural basketball permission slips are now available in the main office and at lunch. All grades are welcome and there is no cost to participate. The first 48 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. Permission slips are due by May 20th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: It’s that time of year again – Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 Cheerleading tryouts! If you are interested in joining the program, please attend the pre-tryout meeting for parents and athletes on May 18th at 7pm in the GBHS WEST CAMPUS Cafeteria. They will be discussing the tryout process, expectations, expenses and schedules. Information about try-out dates is available in the main office.

5/16/16
8TH GRADE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CONCESSIONS: Concessions will be available during the 8th grade baseball and softball games on May 20th. Come out and enjoy the games!!

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The 3-on-3 intramural basketball permission slips are now available in the main office and at lunch. All grades are welcome and there is no cost to participate. The first 48 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. Permission slips are due by May 20th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: It’s that time of year again – Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 Cheerleading tryouts! If you are interested in joining the program, please attend the pre-tryout meeting for parents and athletes on May 18th at 7pm in the GBHS WEST CAMPUS Cafeteria. They will be discussing the tryout process, expectations, expenses and schedules.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE: Interested in joining the High School Robotics Team? There will be an informational meeting and Open House on Monday, May 16th at Premier Tooling Systems. It is highly recommended that you attend this meeting if you are considering membership on the High School Robotics Team. A flyer is available in the main office.

5/13/16
8TH GRADE BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CONCESSIONS: Concessions will be available during the 8th grade baseball and softball games on May 13th and 20th. Come on out

3 ON 3 BASKETBALL: The 3-on-3 intramural basketball permission slips are now available in the main office and at lunch. All grades are welcome and there is no cost to participate. The first 48 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. Permission slips are due by May 20th.

ALL SPORTS SUMMER SPEED & CONDITIONING CAMP: Registration forms for the All-Sports Summer Speed & Conditioning Camp are now available in the main office. Trainers with over 20 years of coaching experience will be on hand to provide off season conditioning, injury prevention, and provide a positive training experience. Athletes entering 6th – 12th grade may attend. You must have a physical dated after April 15th, 2016 on file in the main office in order to participate. The first 60 registrations will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEER TRYOUTS: It’s that time of year again – Grand Blanc High School fall 2016 Cheerleading tryouts! If you are interested in joining the program, please attend the pre-tryout meeting for parents and athletes on May 18th at 7pm in the GBHS WEST CAMPUS Cafeteria. They will be discussing the tryout process, expectations, expenses and schedules.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE: Interested in joining the High School Robotics Team? There will be an informational meeting and Open House on Monday, May 16th at Premier Tooling Systems. It is highly recommended that you attend this meeting if you are considering membership on the High School Robotics Team. A flyer is available in the main office.

5/12/16
SUMMER YOUTH EXPO: What are you doing this summer? 70+ organizations will provide information on free and low-cost summer activities, programs and camps for youth of all ages today, May 12th, at the Summer Youth Expo. Details are available in the main office.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE: Interested in joining the High School Robotics Team? There will be an informational meeting and Open House on Monday, May 16th at Premier Tooling Systems. It is highly recommended that you attend this meeting if you are considering membership on the High School Robotics Team. A flyer is available in the main office.

5/11/16
SUMMER YOUTH EXPO: What are you doing this summer? 70+ organizations will provide information on free and low-cost summer activities, programs and camps for youth of all ages today, May 12th, at the Summer Youth Expo. Details are available in the main office.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE: Interested in joining the High School Robotics Team? There will be an informational meeting and Open House on Monday, May 16th at Premier Tooling Systems. It is highly recommended that you attend this meeting if you are considering membership on the High School Robotics Team. A flyer is available in the main office.

5/10/16
SUMMER YOUTH EXPO: What are you doing this summer? 70+ organizations will provide information on free and low-cost summer activities, programs and camps for youth of all ages today, May 12th, at the Summer Youth Expo. Details are available in the main office.

ATTENTION 8TH GRADE: Interested in joining the High School Robotics Team? There will be an informational meeting and Open House on Monday, May 16th at Premier Tooling Systems. It is highly recommended that you attend this meeting if you are considering membership on the High School Robotics Team. A flyer is available in the main office.

5/9/16
INTRAMURAL TRACK: Intramural Track Club practice begins Today, May 9th. The first 24 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. A permission slip and athletic physical are required. Information is available in the main office.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

5/5/16
INTRAMURAL TRACK: Intramural Track Club practice begins Monday, May 9th. The first 24 students to submit permission slips will be accepted. A permission slip and athletic physical are required. Information is available in the main office.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

5/4/16
INTRAMURAL SPORT ACTIVITIES: In the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to participate in two more intramural sport activities. We will be starting a track club, and we will be offering a chance to sign-up for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Both of these upcoming activities will require that students have an athletic physical on file in the athletic office. If you do not already have an athletic physical on file and would like to participate in either of these activities, pick-up a sports physical form in the main office. Information on dates and time for the track club and basketball tournament will be shared in the upcoming week.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

5/3/16

INTRAMURAL SPORT ACTIVITIES: In the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to participate in two more intramural sport activities. We will be starting a track club, and we will be offering a chance to sign-up for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Both of these upcoming activities will require that students have an athletic physical on file in the athletic office. If you do not already have an athletic physical on file and would like to participate in either of these activities, pick-up a sports physical form in the main office. Information on dates and time for the track club and basketball tournament will be shared in the upcoming week.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

5/2/16
WALK FOR AUTISM: The Autism Walk has been rescheduled for Tuesday, May 3rd during all lunches. We encourage all of you to wear blue again Tuesday. We will continue to sell the Autism Awareness bracelets, Monday and Tuesday, before school in the Atrium and during all lunches.

ATTENTION 7th & 8th GRADE BAND: The date of the upcoming Spring Band Concert has been changed to May 17th. This change is for the 7th and 8th Grade Bands only. A notification has been sent out through Synergy. Please feel free to contact Miss Stevens if you have any questions or concerns.

INTRAMURAL SPORT ACTIVITIES: In the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to participate in two more intramural sport activities. We will be starting a track club, and we will be offering a chance to sign-up for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Both of these upcoming activities will require that students have an athletic physical on file in the athletic office. If you do not already have an athletic physical on file and would like to participate in either of these activities, pick-up a sports physical form in the main office. Information on dates and time for the track club and basketball tournament will be shared in the upcoming week.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

4/29/16
ATTENTION 7th & 8th GRADE BAND: The date of the upcoming Spring Band Concert has been changed to May 17th. This change is for the 7th and 8th Grade Bands only. A notification has been sent out through Synergy. Please feel free to contact Miss Stevens if you have any questions or concerns.

INTRAMURAL SPORT ACTIVITIES: In the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to participate in two more intramural sport activities. We will be starting a track club, and we will be offering a chance to sign-up for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Both of these upcoming activities will require that students have an athletic physical on file in the athletic office. If you do not already have an athletic physical on file and would like to participate in either of these activities, pick-up a sports physical form in the main office. Information on dates and time for the track club and basketball tournament will be shared in the upcoming week.

LINKS AUTISM AWARENESS: April is recognized as Autism Awareness month. To honor our students affected by Autism, the LINKS program will be selling Autism Awareness bracelets in the Atrium Friday morning for $1.00 per bracelet. All proceeds will be donated to the Autism Support and Resource Center of Genesee County. LINKS will also be hosting a “Walk for Autism” on today, April 29, during all lunches. Staff and students are invited and encouraged to walk the track and wear BLUE. Music will be played over the outside PA. Please support our program by wearing Blue, purchasing a bracelet, and walking the track this Friday! Thank you for your support!

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

4/27/16
​ATTENTION 7th & 8th GRADE BAND: The date of the upcoming Spring Band Concert has been changed to May 17th. This change is for the 7th and 8th Grade Bands only. A notification has been sent out through Synergy. Please feel free to contact Miss Stevens if you have any questions or concerns.

INTRAMURAL SPORT ACTIVITIES: In the upcoming weeks, students will have the opportunity to participate in two more intramural sport activities. We will be starting a track club, and we will be offering a chance to sign-up for a 3-on-3 basketball tournament. Both of these upcoming activities will require that students have an athletic physical on file in the athletic office. If you do not already have an athletic physical on file and would like to participate in either of these activities, pick-up a sports physical form in the main office. Information on dates and time for the track club and basketball tournament will be shared in the upcoming week.

LINKS AUTISM AWARENESS: April is recognized as Autism Awareness month. To honor our students affected by Autism, the LINKS program will be selling Autism Awareness bracelets in the Atrium, Friday morning for $1.00 per bracelet. All proceeds will be donated to the Autism Support and Resource Center of Genesee County. LINKS will also be hosting a “Walk for Autism” on Friday, April 29, during all lunches. Staff and students are invited and encouraged to walk the track and wear BLUE. Music will be played over the outside PA. Please support our program by wearing Blue, purchasing a bracelet, and walking the track this Friday! Thank you for your support!

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.


4/26/16
LINKS AUTISM AWARENESS: April is recognized as Autism Awareness month. To honor our students affected by Autism, the LINKS program will be selling Autism Awareness bracelets in the Atrium, Friday morning for $1.00 per bracelet. All proceeds will be donated to the Autism Support and Resource Center of Genesee County. LINKS will also be hosting a “Walk for Autism” on Friday, April 29, during all lunches. Staff and students are invited and encouraged to walk the track and wear BLUE. Music will be played over the outside PA. Please support our program by wearing Blue, purchasing a bracelet, and walking the track this Friday! Thank you for your support!

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Don't forget about the jeans and hoodie drive! Bring in any washed jeans and hoodies to the donation tables in the atrium before school. Thank you for helping out our new clothes and supply closet Threads of Hope!!

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/21/16
TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Team 3 and Student Council have spent this year working on a service learning project for our whole school here at East! We have been writing letters to raise money and raise awareness about student needs right here in our own building. We are excited to announce that THREADS OF HOPE, a new clothes and supply closet, will soon be available to ALL East Middle School students, but first, we need your help!! During the week of April 25 and May 2, we will be holding a JEANS AND HOODIES drive to help stock Threads of Hope. If you have any jeans or hoodies that are in good shape but that you don't need or want anymore, please consider donating them to our clothes closet. Bring in any clean, washed middle-school sized jeans and hoodies to the atrium before school starts. Student Council and Team 3 students will be helping to staff the tables and collect your clothes donations. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/20/16

TEAM 1 NORTH END SOUP KITCHEN DONATIONS: Did you know that the North End Soup Kitchen in Flint goes through 800 slices of bread daily? How much is that in one week, one month, one year? In addition to building commercial grade shelves at the North End Soup Kitchen, Team One will be collecting donations of toiletries and canned food items to stock the shelves. Donations can be dropped off in your homeroom classroom. Every Friday, items can be brought to Room 135 for counting. The homeroom that comes up with the most donations will win a popsicle party in May.

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Team 3 and Student Council have spent this year working on a service learning project for our whole school here at East! We have been writing letters to raise money and raise awareness about student needs right here in our own building. We are excited to announce that THREADS OF HOPE, a new clothes and supply closet, will soon be available to ALL East Middle School students, but first, we need your help!! During the week of April 25 and May 2, we will be holding a JEANS AND HOODIES drive to help stock Threads of Hope. If you have any jeans or hoodies that are in good shape but that you don't need or want anymore, please consider donating them to our clothes closet. Bring in any clean, washed middle-school sized jeans and hoodies to the atrium before school starts. Student Council and Team 3 students will be helping to staff the tables and collect your clothes donations.

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/19/16
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Student Council members – your next meeting is Wednesday, April 20th at 7:55 a.m. in the library. See you there!

TEAM 3/STUDENT COUNCIL SERVICE LEARNING PROJECT: Team 3 and Student Council have spent this year working on a service learning project for our whole school here at East! We have been writing letters to raise money and raise awareness about student needs right here in our own building.

We are excited to announce that THREADS OF HOPE, a new clothes and supply closet, will soon be available to ALL East Middle School students, but first, we need your help!! During the week of April 25 and May 2, we will be holding a JEANS AND HOODIES drive to help stock Threads of Hope.

If you have any jeans or hoodies that are in good shape but that you don't need or want anymore, please consider donating them to our clothes closet. Bring in any clean, washed middle-school sized jeans and hoodies to the atrium before school starts. Student Council and Team 3 students will be helping to staff the tables and collect your clothes donations. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HELP!

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.


4/18/16
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Student Council members – your next meeting is Wednesday, April 20th at 7:55 a.m. in the library. See you there!

INTRAMURAL DODGEBALL: Permission slips for East Middle School intramural dodgeball are available in the main office. Permission slips are required! The first 64 students to submit them will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL POM TRYOUTS: Attention 8th grade girls (incoming freshmen) – Pom tryouts will take place on April 18th – 20th in the High School Gymnasium from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.


4/14/16
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Student Council members – your next meeting is Wednesday, April 20th at 7:55 a.m. in the library. See you there!

LAP’N FOR LARRY RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISER: Mrs. Shemes will be selling Relay for Life bracelets for $1.00 each in the hallway during all lunch hours through Friday to raise funds for her team Lap’n for Larry for Relay for Life of Grand Blanc. This is a 2 day walk May 21 & 22 at Grand Blanc East Middle School to help find a cure for cancer. This is very personal for Mrs. Shemes who lost her father, Larry Polzin, to cancer November 2012. He was a Grand Blanc School board member and loved being a part of the school community. Please bring your money and help raise funds for cancer research. Thank you!

INTRAMURAL DODGEBALL: Permission slips for East Middle School intramural dodgeball are available in the main office. Permission slips are required! The first 64 students to submit them will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL POM TRYOUTS: Attention 8th grade girls (incoming freshmen) – Pom tryouts will take place on April 18th – 20th in the High School Gymnasium from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/13/16
STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS: Student Council members – our next meeting is Wednesday, April 20th at 7:55 a.m. in the library. See you there!

LAP’N FOR LARRY RELAY FOR LIFE FUNDRAISER: Mrs. Shemes will be selling Relay for Life bracelets for $1.00 each in the hallway during all lunch hours today through Friday to raise funds for her team Lap’n for Larry for Relay for Life of Grand Blanc. This is a 2 day walk May 21 & 22 at Grand Blanc High School to help find a cure for cancer. This is very personal for Mrs. Shemes who lost her father, Larry Polzin, to cancer November 2012. He was a Grand Blanc School board member and loved being a part of the school community. Please bring your money and help raise funds for cancer research. Thank you!

INTRAMURAL DODGEBALL: Permission slips for East Middle School intramural dodgeball are available in the main office. Permission slips are required! The first 64 students to submit them will be accepted.

HIGH SCHOOL POM TRYOUTS: Attention 8th grade girls (incoming freshmen) – Pom tryouts will take place on April 18th – 20th in the High School Gymnasium from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/12/16
CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.

4/11/16
CAMP COPNECONIC SUMMER CAMP: Make it a super summer with your friends! Information on camp programs and activities is available in the office.
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