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The Grosse Pointe Public School Board approved changes to the district's technology policies this week and will address additional policy changes next month.
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Students from Grosse Pointe Public's Poupard Elementary school held a can drive to benefit the victims of the recent tornado that destroyed many homes in Dexter.
The Grosse Pointe Public School Board voted unanimously Monday to allow Head Start to start a 20-student preschool classroom at Poupard Elementary School.
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Students are expected to return to class Wednesday at Defer Elementary School after having an unexpected day off Tuesday due to a broken pipe that flooded a second floor classroom.
Grosse Pointe Public Schools canceled classes at Defer Elementary School for Tuesday, March 20, due to a building problem.
Three members of the Grosse Pointe North Choir will take part in the All-State Honors Choir program.
Two teachers—one from from Grosse Pointe South and one from University Liggett—recently received honors for their work in the classroom and beyond.
Michigan State University's mascot, Sparty, visited Poupard Elementary School Wednesday to help celebrate national reading month.
Grosse Pointe North High School students and staff are preparing to open their spring musical, 'Anything Goes' after two months worth of rehearsals.
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