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Employment History

Assistant Principal

Grand Blanc High School


Teacher and Coach

Grand Blanc High School


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2011 Board of Directors Election Candidates | MyMASSP

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Matthew Shanafelt, Assistant Principal of Grand Blanc Community High School
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>Shanafelt tapped as assistant principal[Aug. 9, 2007] RAND BLANC â€" Matt Shanafelt, teacher and coach at Grand Blanc High School, was named the new high school assistant principal.Shanafelt's appointment came after former assistant principal Jason Melynchek vacated the position to become the principal at Flushing High School.


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Coach Matt Shanafelt had hoped his squad would have another chance at arch nemesis Clarkston, which downed them in the regionals last season.Maybe the Cats were too focused on that possibility and forgot about Dakota.At any rate, they got themselves into early trouble and by the time they saw their hopes of advancing fade, it was just too late.At that point, Clarkston was the least of their worries as the wheels came off their regional-title bound bus.Shanafelt had warned prior to the contest that his squad couldn't look past the opponent directly in front of them if they had any hopes of a rubber match with Clarkston.The team was remarkably calm â€" or maybe just in plain shock â€" as they milled about on the court with smiles on their faces.Odd for a team that had just let a golden opportunity slip through its hands.Shanafelt, however, was clearly disappointed with the loss and waved off immediate requests for an interview, instead heading into the locker room for a post-game chat with his team.


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Student adviser Ron Brewer and assistant principal Matt Shanafelt, who are in charge of the voting process, said that this is the second year they have used the software system for voting after using paper ballots became too time consuming as well as lacking in security.
According to Shanafelt only 35 percent of the student body voted for Homecoming Court. he administration hopes that as more students get used to the online voting more will use it. Tags: Adrienne Korb, court, Emily Hines, Grand Blanc High School, Homecoming, Matt Shanafelt, Ron Brewer, voting


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