Our annual pupil count day took place on Wednesday, October 2nd, an important day for public school districts statewide. The School State Aid Act mandates the funding of schools and the designated dates for the fall and spring counts. Schools receive a blended number based on the fall student membership (90% of state funding) and the prior school year’s spring membership (10% of state funding).
Two other important days coming up soon are October 16th and 17th when parents/guardians can meet with staff for a face-to-face discussion regarding their student’s progress. Please check the building webpage for additional information regarding the specific days and times of building conferences. Interactions with your child’s teacher is not limited to these times and you are always welcome to reach out to the teacher through email or by calling the building office. Please contact your child’s teacher or coach first, especially when attempting to resolve any problems or concerns. The school’s Chain of Command process lists the levels of authority and outlines the steps for any complaint resolution.
Anyone attending the October Parent Teacher conferences is welcome to stop in at the walk-in flu clinic, being held at the high school, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on October 16th (be
sure to bring your insurance card and ID).
Please take a moment to review the following notification from the Mid-Michigan District Health Department on Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE). In addition, just a reminder that tick season
in Michigan is early May through November. Below are a few recommended
strategies from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS)
and the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
= Avoid tick infested areas and walk in the center of trails
(e.g., avoid areas of tall grass/weeds)
= Use insect repellent
= Perform daily tick checks
= Bathe or shower as soon as coming indoors (especially when
in areas of tall grass/weeds)
Bond Construction project is in its final stages. Our new Facilities Director, Jon Pechette (email@example.com | (517) 641-6721), is working closely with Christman
Construction Company to guarantee a smooth transition through completion. Although
there is still work to do, the students and staff have settled in and are
enjoying our new spaces. A public
opening to highlight all the changes is in the works for when the project is