Congratulations GLHS graduates!
It was an honor to help celebrate you and your accomplishments during the Gull Lake Graduation Parade. We wish you all the best in your future endeavors!
Gull Lake Middle School nationally recognized for empowering students through Project Lead the Way, supported by a GLCS Foundation Grant
News Channel 3 WMMT, May 5, 2020
RICHLAND, Mich. — Gull Lake Middle School one of 176 middle schools across the United States to be recognized as a Project Lead the Way Distinguished School.
Project Lead the Way representatives said in a written statement Tuesday, May 5, 2020, that the school was recognized because of the opportunities it provided to students in the science, technology, engineering and math fields through the organization's software, Project Lead The Way Gateway. The software is similar to projects assigned by teachers in the classroom setting.
“It is a great honor to recognize Gull Lake Middle School for their commitment to providing students with an excellent educational experience,” Vince Bertram, president and CEO of Project Lead the Way, said. “They should be very proud of their work to ensure students have the knowledge and skills to be career ready and successful on any career path they choose.”
To be eligible for the designation, Gull Lake Middle School had to:
Project Lead the Way is a nonprofit organization that supports STEM learning in more than 12,200 schools across the United States.
CANCELLED EVENTS & GRANT DEADLINE UPDATE
May 1, 2020
In response to the COVID-19 outbreak and to care for the well-being of our volunteers, students, staff, and community, the GLCS Foundation announces the following:
Scholarships: The Scholarship Reception for high school scholarships has been cancelled. Scholarship recipients will be contacted mid-May via email about awarded scholarships and celebrated via social media.
Ryan Scholarship: The deadline to apply for the James R. Ryan Family Foundation Middle School Scholarship has been extended to June 1, 2020 at 3:00 pm. Interviews for finalists will be arranged when safety restrictions allow. Click here for more details.
Distinguished Academic Scholars: The Distinguished Academic Scholars (DAS) celebration will not be held this spring. A list of scholars and their selected, honored educators will be available on the Foundation’s website in May and celebrated on social media. Commemorative booklets will be mailed to each scholar by mid-June.
Grants: The final grant cycle of the 2019-2020 school year has been cancelled. The 2020-2021 grant cycles will continue as scheduled. The deadline dates can be found on the Grants Page; click on Grant Procedures. The first deadline is September 1, 2020. Applications can be submitted any time after August 1, 2020. Click here for the single-year grant application.
Donations: We are still working to expand and enhance education, and your support helps us continue to do this important work. If you wish to make a donation, please click here or on the Network for Good icon on our website. Or, mail your check made out to GLCS Foundation to 10500 East D Ave, Richland, MI 49083.
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WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER!
GLCS FOUNDATION SPARK SERIES
The Spark Series is one of the many ways the Foundation has been able to successfully reach out and touch the lives of our students, teachers, and community members. It is an initiative that is designed to identify influential speakers, dynamic programs, and inspirational stories, and share them within our community. The goal of the Spark Series is to inspire students, enhance the classroom experience, and broaden the perspective of our community.
Some of the wonderful events that have been facilitated by the Spark Series include the Science and Engineering Festival featuring the Mind Trekkers Roadshow, the Wall that Heals which included a traveling Vietnam Wall Memorial, and the presentation of “Our Water, Our World” by marine explorer, filmmaker, and environmental advocate Jean-Michel Cousteau. In addition, the Sparks Series has also featured artists, actors, storytellers, and authors such as John Grogan (Marley and Me) and Greg Mortenson (Three Cups of Tea).
This year the Spark Series is implementing a community wide well-being program that will focus on nutrition, emotional health, and physical activity. The program will kick off in January with the world's only rock and roll show about nutrition, Jump with Jill; and continue throughout the school year with many programs, speakers, and events designed to educate, inspire, and enrich our community. Look for the upcoming #GLWELL program and help the GLCS Foundation create a Spark!
John McCann, Spark Series Chairperson, Gull Lake Community Schools Foundation Trustee
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