The Grass Lake Educational Foundation is a non-profit, 501(c)3 educational resource founded in 1985. It is separate from the Grass Lake Community Schools and the Grass Lake Board of Education. The GLEF exists to provide additional sources of support for the students and staff of Grass Lake Community Schools. The GLEF Board meets monthly to discuss fundraising opportunities, current business, and to award mini-grants to staff members. If you have questions, or you would like to make a donation, please call GLEF Executive Director Dr. Ryle Kiser at 517-867-5540.
The GLEF Board of Directors invites all individuals who are interested in supporting the Foundation with their decisions toward funding programs that support the improvement of student achievement to attend any, or all, of our Board meetings. You would have the option of sitting on specific committees to contribute to conversations, or becoming a full voting member of the GLEF Board. If you are interested in participating with Grass Lake Educational Foundation activities, contact GLEF Board President Ben Dandrow at email@example.com, or attend any GLEF meeting on the third Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM in the George Long Elementary School Media Center.
The GLEF Awards Teachers Through Their Educator Grant Program –
The Grass Lake Educational Foundation’s purpose is to provide optimal funding to support our educators in their ability to enhance achievement for our students. Illustrated below are the grants that were awarded to our teachers for their projects during the 2017-2018 school year. If you are interested in participating in GLEF activities, contact GLEF President Heidi McKenzie.