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Located just west of Lansing, the school district offers distinguished student achievement, exemplary instruction and award-winning performing arts and athletics. New computers, wireless classrooms, and advanced technology provide students with superior learning opportunities. 

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January 27, 2016

GLPS BoE adopts Resolution Opposing PA269

On Monday, January 25, 2016 the GLPS Board of Education adopted the attached resolution opposing PA269. Formerly Senate Bill 571 was passed by the Michigan Senate and Michigan House of Representatives in the final hours of their legislative session on December 16, 2015. Just prior to recessing for the year. A last minute amendment to the bill, added without the knowledge of school districts or other local governments and subsequently approved without any public testimony, essentially places a "gag order" on a public body from being able to fully inform or communicate with their constituents regarding ballot issues within 60 days of an election. This resolution calls for a repeal of this language as existing laws already prohibit the use of public funds to advocate for, or against, ballot issues.