Goodrich Middle School


January Students of the Month

Congratulations to the following January students of the month. These students were nominated by their teachers, based on many factors, including but not limited to: work ethic, grades, positive attitude, helpfulness and other PRIDE qualities. Congratulations to:

6th Grade - Abigail Baughey

7th Grade - London Rafferty

8th Grade - Tyler Cadarette


JANUARY 18-20, 2023

January 18th, January 19th, and January 20th will all be half days of school - 7:23am-10:53am.

January 18th students will go to 1st, 2nd and 3rd hours.

January 19th students will go to 4th, 5th, and 6th hours.

January 20th will be our PRIDE day. Students who have 5 or less behavior points for the semester will participate in some choice activities throughout the building!

PRIDE Celebration - JANUARY 20th

Students who have 5 or less behavior points for the semester will participate in fun choice activities throughout the building. In order to make this possible we are asking for a few donations. If you can donate any of the following for the gingerbread house room it would be greatly appreciated: frosting, small candies, mini marshmallows, pretzels, graham crackers, paper plates, napkins.

Concessions will be available for sale on this day as well. All items will range in price from $1-$2. Students may bring money to school with them on January 20th if they wish to purchase concessions.



Students in Mrs. LaRowe’s 6th grade math classes created a winter wonderland of symmetrical snowflakes and snowmen built out of equivalent fractions, decimals and percentages. The good news: no one had to shovel this snow!

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Hello All GMS Families,

GMS Yearbook welcomes you to the 2022-2023 school year! Yearbooks are $45.00 and can only be ordered online.

We’re here to share some exciting news with you regarding the 2023 yearbook. Guess what? You’re officially on the yearbook photo staff! Yes, you read that right! This year, more than ever, we ask that you join us in helping to create the book.

What are some ways you could help us achieve this task? Consider:

· Send us original resolution pictures (and questions) to

· When you see an email in regards to the yearbook, open it! Complete the form requesting information and pictures! Easy.

· Capture CANDID moments and send them to us. By candid we mean non-posed.

· Student organizations definitely deserve some love: help us gather memories of meetings, practices or virtual events.

· Calling all athletes: we are talking about school sports or extracurricular sports. Share your stories and photos!

· If you or a parent you know takes pictures at student events, please email us.

· Take photos of ANYTHING that happens in your home that connects back to our school, whether virtually or in-person.

· We want to feature any students who are doing something awesome.

The Yearbook Staff wants to include as much as possible from our virtual learners in this year’s yearbook. Please take the time to take candid photographs of your learners doing interesting activities that we can include in the yearbook. Photos can be emailed to at any time.

This yearbook is unique in that it will be created by the whole school. We hope to create a yearbook that encompasses all of our GMS Students this year, and you can help make that possible. Thank you in advance for being a part of this historic year.


Please note that yearbooks can ONLY be ordered online,

cash and checks will not be accepted in the office.

GMS Yearbook Staff


You can now memorialize your child's time at Goodrich Middle School with a personalized yearbook ad. 1/8" page ads are $30.00. This is ONLY for 8th grade students. Create and purchase your unique ad by February 2, 2023. Please click this link to create/purchase your ad.

January 27, 2023 is the last day to order a personalized yearbook. This is also the last day to guarantee receiving a yearbook.

If you are interested please visit before the deadline.

After January 27th, non-personalized yearbook sales will still be open until yearbooks are sold out.

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Mark Your Calendars - Upcoming Events!

January 2023:



1/18: HALF DAY - RECORDS DAY - Dismissal at 10:53 AM

1/19: HALF DAY - RECORDS DAY - Dismissal at 10:53 AM

1/20: HALF DAY - RECORDS DAY - Dismissal at 10:53 AM

1/20: Last Day of 1st Semester/2nd Marking Period

1/23: First Day of 2nd Semester/3rd Marking Period

1/30: Report Cards available on ParentVue




Dates and times are subject to change.

Please check our school calendar at

for additional information!

PTO Updates and News

Spirit wear can be purchased at any time through the K & C’s Special T’s website:

For more information, please contact PTO President Sandy Cooper @ 810-444-7849, email the Martian PTO at or visit the Martian PTO Facebook page.

Student Drop-Off

Students are permitted to enter the building starting at 7:00am. Please do not leave your child unattended outside of the building before that time.

Upon entering the building, students should report directly to the cafeteria until 7:20am. Parents should use the circle drive at the front of school to drop children off. The south end parking lot (by the gym) is for bus drop off only. DO NOT DROP OFF YOUR CHILDREN BY THE BUS DROP OFF/GYM ENTRANCE!

After School Pick-Up and Transportation

Please note the following important safety rules for after-school pick-up and sports practices:

  • After-School pick-up is at the north end parking lot ONLY.
  • When picking up your student(s), please pull ALL the way forward. Your child(ren) will meet you along the sidewalk. They will be exiting from doors at the north end of the building.
  • For safety reasons, students not picked up by 2:45pm will be sent back into the building to wait near the main entrance.
  • The circle drive near the flag pole/main entrance is for emergency vehicles ONLY.

  • The circle drive AT OAKTREE is NOT an authorized pick-up area for middle school students.
  • The parking lot AT OAKTREE is NOT an authorized pick up pick-up area for middle school students.

Unless your child(ren) rides the bus, is signed out for early release in the office by an authorized individual, they should be picked up in the parent pick-up/caravan line at the designated location at the north end of the middle school. Please share this information with anyone who may be picking up your child/children as well.

Student athletes should ride Shuttle Bus #5, which will transport athletes to the High School for practices.

Goodrich Middle School

Every Student, Every Time ~ We Are Goodrich!

The mission of Goodrich Area Schools is:

“Preparing Students For Life"