Grayling SDA School

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Safe Schools (Covid-19)


Grayling Seventh-day Adventist School will act in accordance with state or local health department guidelines and mandates as they are published.

Jeremy Hall, M.A., LLP, Superintendent of Education, Michigan Conference of Seventh-day Adventists released a statement regarding items of note when following Michigan State guidelines.


2021-2022 School Year Board Voted Protocols and Procedures below.

COVID-19 Quarantine Guidance (updated 1/16/22)

Local Health Department Guidelines for Schools & FAQs

What if students (or staff) have symptoms of COVID?

Decision Tree for Schools


Parent & Caregiver Resources


Remote Learning

For families who wish to keep their child(ren) at home, but still want to experience Adventist Christian curriculum and instruction under a certified teacher utilizing remote technologies, Grayling Seventh-day Adventist School will also be making this available. Please contact our administrator for information regarding this program, including tuition and materials.


Homeschool Families

In addition, for families wishing to homeschool with another chosen curriculum but who still wish to connect their child(ren) with the local Adventist school, options for combined outreach projects, art or other specialized lessons, joint worship (including Week of Prayer) and field trips (virtual or onsite) are available. Please let us know if you would like to take part in these activities with us.

Whichever option you choose, you may use the school's private parent Facebook page, Google Classroom, Jupiter Ed, phone and email correspondence to stay abreast of changes, utilize resources, and keep track of student progress as applicable.






2020-2021 School Year Protocols and Procedures

Our procedures and policies for the 2020-2021 school year are on file with the state and are also available here.

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