Coronavirus Closure & Remote Learning
School Buildings Closed
On April 2, 2020, Gov. Whitmer signed an executive order suspending in-person instruction and closing school buildings for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. School sports activities and in-person extracurricular school activities are suspended while any state of emergency or state of disaster prompted by COVID-19 is in effect.
Survey and Letter from the Superintendent
Modified Plans for Kindergarten Screenings and Parent Orientation
Visit the bottom of our kindergarten enrollment information page to watch our parent orientation video and learn how kindergarten screening information will be collected this summer.
Cancellation of June activities, including child care, Community Education events and general school-related activities
Grandville Public Schools sponsored events and all events that would use school facilities are canceled through July 6. It is our hope to provide Treehouse summer childcare, selected Community Education events and selected school-related events beginning the week of July 6, pending approval and the ability to practice safety guidelines provided by our local, state and federal health organizations.
Remote Learning Sites & Tools
Our schools may be closed, but our learning continues! Below are some of the sites and tools our teachers will use to communicate with you. Our structured distance learning began April 15 and ends May 29. You may always email your teacher if you get lost.
Remote Learning Plan and Expectations
Free Food Service for Students
Our free curbside food service will continue as scheduled below because it is considered a critical function. Sorry, a menu is not available ahead of time for our breakfast & lunch sacks due to frequent changes in item availability.
Repository of Superintendent Letters — April 2020
10 de Abril Carta — en Español (Spanish)
tháng tư 10 thư — bằng tiếng việt (Vietnamese)