Greg Eding


Greg is in his 31st year in public education and is in his third year as Superintendent of Lakeshore Public Schools.  At Lakeshore, Mr. Eding spearheaded the development of Professional Learning Communities, which included securing $250,000 in grant funds for professional development.  He also led a $19.9M capital bond campaign for district-wide facility improvements that was the only bond on the ballot that passed in the county.


Mr. Eding previously was a Middle School and High School Principal for Zeeland Public Schools, and began as a teacher in Hamilton, MI.  Greg and his wife, Erica live in Stevensville, MI and have four grown children.

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Day 2
January 25, 2024
1:45 pm

How to Pass Your Next Facilities Bond, Even if You’ve Failed Before [Leadership Development]

25 January
Time:  1:45 pm - 3:00 pm
Location:  Greco (Level 4)

One of the greatest frustrations many districts face is failing a much needed facilities bond. In this session we will discuss the four reasons why voters don’t support facility bonds,what districts can do to win those voters over so the next bond passes, and learn from two districts who failed a bond request and how they were able to succeed with their next request.

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