The South class of 2018 hopes you will join us for the return of Dancing with the South Stars!
A Netflix series rated MA for mature audiences is receiving national press with concern over its message related to suicide.
The first GPPSS Technology Committee meeting was last Thursday. Mike Wilmot from the Michigan Leadership Institute is moderating the meetings.
Former Superintendent Dr. Suzanne Klein and the Oakland University Education Department are hosting a group of 24 teachers and administrators from Saudi Arabia
Summer learning opportunities from credit recovery to enrichment classes, day camps to music camps, Safety Town to theatre camps are posted on the district website as details are finalized.
The GP South Athletic Booster Club is making a final push to fill up the remaining available spots for our 4th Annual Blue Devil Invitational Golf Tournament at the Country Club of Detroit on Monday, May 1st.
The Grosse Pointe Public Library has just begun distributing a community survey
• 11 Distinguished Volunteers • North instrumental music students • The Michigan Belle Tire Girls Tier One - AAA • 2016 Scholastic Art and Writing Silver National Medalist
One of the questions that came out of the Diversity Forum was when the plan would be presented to students for input.
It is almost time to begin the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP.
At the March 27th Board of Education meeting, Deputy Superintendent Lisa Abbey and Rich Van Gorder, Manager of Buildings and Grounds, presented an update with before and after photographs of the Sinking Fund projects since 2011.
We would like to take this opportunity to remind families to update their contact information through MiStar Parent Portal.
The Board of Education feels strongly about enforcing our residency requirements and not opening our district to School of Choice options. Rather than incur the cost of a total district re-registration, the administration is performing a total re-verification of students entering sixth and ninth grades next fall.
The Grosse Pointe Public School System (GPPSS) is committed to ensuring all students feel safe and welcome in our schools. Our staff is deeply committed to providing a safe and secure environment for all of the students who live in our community.
Our Vision: One GP → where everyone learns, every day Our Mission: Promote Innovation → Maximize Potential → Embrace Community