2019 District Wide Open House
August 19, 2019; 4:00-7:00 PM: There will be a district wide open house. We are ready and looking forward to seeing students, parents and community members.
Students Return to School
August 21, 2019: Students return to school after summer break.
Labor Day Holiday
August 30-September 2: No school due to the Labor Day holiday
September 23: Fair Day; no school
2019-20 Board Meetings
Regular board meetings will be held on the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Board of Education Community Room. Exception being January and February, which will be held on the second Monday as a result of Martin Luther King Day and President’s Day.
Parent Teacher Conferences
OCTOBER 3: Parent/Teacher Conferences 4:00-7:00
October 4: No school.
November 28-29: No school; Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 23-Jan. 3: Holiday Break: No school
January 6: School resumes
No School: Martin Luther King Day
January 20: No school for students; Professional Development for teachers
February 14-17: No School
February 18: School resumes
March 9: No school for students
March 30-April 3: Spring Break. No school.
April 6: Classes resume
No School; Good Friday
April 10: Good Friday. No school
May 17: Graduation
May 25: Memorial Day No school.
Last Day of School
June 4: Last day of school without makeup. Dismissal 11:10 am
Suggested School Supply Lists
The purchasing of supplies is optional, but greatly appreciated.
Please do not feel you need to go out and purchase the most expensive items. In most cases, store brand items work just as well or better than name brand.
Thank you so much for sending these supplies in with your child. The school year runs much more smoothly if
we start off with the necessary supplies. Please feel free to drop off the supplies at our open house in
August , or send them in with your student the first week of school.
Vaping: What Parents and Students Need to Know!
Vaping devices are increasingly showing up in school parking lots, bathrooms, and even classrooms. Many kids seem unaware of the risks involved. A recent survey found that most youthful users didn’t know that vapor pods, which come in hundreds of kid-friendly flavors like gummy worms and cotton candy contain highly addictive nicotine—a single pod containing 200 puffs can have just as much as a pack of Marlboros or Camels.
Vaping is NOT allowed in school. Vaping falls under our existing school policy on drugs, alcohol, and tobacco. This means that any form of e-cigarette or JUUL device is prohibited on school property, inside or outside. This applies to not only students but adults attending events, including athletic events, at our school.
It's very important that parents, students and school staff educate themselves about this health risk.
Child Protection Registry
Since 2004, the State of Michigan has offered a free program to stop adult advertisements from reaching our children’s e-mail, mobile phones (text messaging), and instant messenger IDs. The Michigan Child Protection Registry, administered by Michigan’s Secretary of State, allows Michigan schools and families to protect their students from receiving advertisements from tobacco, gambling, pornography, alcohol and marijuana companies. Parents can register themselves and their children’s information by going to www.ProtectMiChild.com.