Serving the Educational Needs of the Community Since 1876
 Grayling Middle School

500 Spruce Street
Grayling, Michigan 49738
Jeff Branch ~ Principal
A Michigan Department of Education "Beating the Odds" School!

"Where the Good Stuff's in the Middle"


Winter break runs December 22-January 4. School resumes on Monday, January 5, 2015. Have a safe and happy holiday season!


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Welcome to Our Web Page!
Grayling Middle School houses grades 6-8 in the Crawford AuSable School District. We are a Class B school and encourage our students' involvement in intellectual growth, cultural growth in fine arts and physical fitness in our numerous athletic programs. After checking out all of our programs and activities, we are sure you will agree "the Good Stuff's in the Middle" of the Crawford AuSable School District!

This web page last updated December 17, 2014

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The Mission of the Grayling Middle School
To provide a gradual transition from elementary school to high school addressing academic, physical, social and emotional needs where the staff and facilities are focused on a positive learning environment for all students.





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Office Hours at Grayling Middle School are 7:30 a.m - 4:00 p.m.
on Monday through Friday.

When you register your child in the Grayling Middle School, you will receive an enrollment packet and will also need to bring your child's:
1. Birth Certificate (child's name must match the legal name on the document)
2. Social Security Number
3. Immunization record
4. Proof of residency (driver's license, utility bill, etc.)
Previous school's address and phone number

If you have any questions, please contact the Grayling Middle School Counseling Office Secretary, Jane Osga, at 989-344-3562.

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2013-2014 Daily Schedule

1st hour

8:25 - 9:35
2nd hour 9:39 - 10:37
3rd hour

10:41 -11:39

4th hour* 11:42 - 1:05   
5th hour 1:08 - 2:06   
6th hour 2:10 - 3:08
Lunches *
7th Grade 11:39 -12:04
6th Grade 12:09 -12:34
8th Grade 12:40 -1:05  
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Dropping Off Your Child & Parent Parking

For safety reasons, please abide by the following guidelines,
 and encourage your children to do so also.

  • School Buses - Ottawa Street (in front of the school). No parent vehicles here, please.

  • Dial-A-Ride - Ottawa Street (behind / after the buses)

  • Parent Vehicles  - Chestnut Street (east side of the building)

  • Handicapped Only - Ogemaw Street (office entrance)

  • All students are to enter and exit the school building by the front entrance on Ottawa Street.

    Parents' Entrance:

  • Parents - please use the office entrance on Ogemaw Street (following the enter and exit arrows on the drive way for safety). We have two 10-minute parking spots available for your use.

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Tuesday, March 25, 2014

6:00 pm start time

5:50 pm:
Art Video

6:00 pm: MS/HS Art

6:05 pm: Jazz Band

                           Birdland (Josef Zawinul/arr. by Michael Sweeney)

                           Born To Be Wild (Mars Bonfire/arr. by Michael Sweeney)

6:15 pm: Seventh Grade Band

                           Asian Folk Rhapsody (Richard Saucedo)

                           Celtic Air and Dance No. 2 (arr. by Michael Sweeney)

6:22 pm: Musical

6:32 pm: “Drummunity” Drum Circle
                           Featuring: Mrs. Lewicki’s & Mrs. Strohpaul’s 4th Grade Classes

6:42 pm: High School Choir

                          Tune 1

                          Tune 2
Seventh Grade Choir

                          Tune 1

                          Tune 2

6:56 pm: High School Marching Band

                          March in with cadence

                          Some Nights

                          I Knew You Were Trouble

                          Everybody Talks

                          Good Time

                          Grayling HS School Song

                          March out with cadence

7:11 pm: Ending


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You are invited to attend the

November HOT TOPIC Presentation
"Cutting and Self-Harm"

·         Tuesday, November 11

·         from 6-7 pm

·         at the GHS Media Center.

This HOT TOPIC presentation is an opportunity for parents, schools, and community agencies to work together to learn and discuss the current issues facing teens and families in our area. Childcare and light refreshments will be provided.

For more information, contact Joni Metiva at 344-3560 or


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