Grosse Pointe Public School System

389 St. Clair, Grosse Pointe, MI 48230 . 313.432.3000

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Welcome to the Grosse Pointe Public School System!

Gary C. Niehaus
The Grosse Pointe Public School System offers a tradition of excellence, preparing students to learn and lead in an educational setting that encourages them to reach their full potential. Our staff, students and community all contribute to this healthy learning environment. We invite you to learn more about our students, staff, schools and programs through this website or by contacting our schools or Administration Building.                                              

Dr. Gary C. Niehaus                                                         

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  • 114 Families came to the Open House

    Thank you to all the students, staff and families who served as ambassadors of the district welcoming 114 new families (and more at transition grades) as they explored GPPSS.

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  • Watch Board meetings online

    Last Monday's, meeting was a wonderful celebration. We honored Brownell's Kevin Cole for saving a life, Monteith's Gail Frederick as the 2015 MI P.E. Teacher of the Year, South's Lisa Bouda as MESTA 2015 Earth Science Teacher of the Year, and Maire's Barbara Davis as the MI History Teacher of the Year.

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  • Become a Member of the Warm Team

    Would you like to help Grosse Pointe Rotarians provide coats for area children? A $20 donation will buy a new winter coat for a needy child or youth in Metro Detroit and in our own community.

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  •  Fall Sports

    Did your student athlete play a fall sport?

    Click to take the fall sport survey and encourage your student to do the same:

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  • MESTA names South's Lisa Bouda 2015 Earth Science Teacher of the Year

    The Michigan Earth Science Teachers Association (MESTA) has named Lisa Bouda as their Outstanding Michigan Earth Science Teacher for 2015.

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  • Parent Nominations for Elementary Cluster and Magnet coming soon

    Families of 1st-4th graders will be receiving a Parent Nomination letter and form. If a student has been formally clustered, there is no need to re-nominate. Parent initiated nominations are accepted through December 10th. Next week’s elementary conferences are a perfect time to discuss nominations for clustering or magnet.

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  • MSTEP Changes

    After nearly 45 years of bubble-sheet testing, our state is moving into the 21st Century with assessments that use higher standards. Last year, the state MEAP test, in place for generations, faded into history. It was replaced by a new assessment called the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP.

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  • Board of Education Update

    You are always welcome to attend Board of Education meetings. They are advertised on our district calendar and posted at the administration building.

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  • Emergency Planning Update

    Should an emergency or disaster situation ever arise in our area while school is in session, we want you to be aware that the school district has made preparations in conjunction with local emergency response personnel to respond effectively.

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  • Administrative Guidelines

    Grosse Pointe Public School System revised Title IX Grievance and Harrassment Administrative Guidelines.

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  • District updates bullying policy

    The Board of Education believes that a safe and nurturing educational environment in school is necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards. Therefore, it is the policy of the District to provide a safe and nurturing environment for all of its students. Appropriate behavior, treating others with civility and respect, and refusing to tolerate harassment or bullying is expected of students, as well as administrators, faculty, staff, visitors, and volunteers.

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