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    which enable students of all aspirations and abilities to grow and learn.

Headlines and Features

  • HHS Student Wins Essay Contest

    Congratulations to Haslett High School senior Chyna Bach for winning $250 in the Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) PAYBACK Challenge! Chyna was one of two students in Michigan announced as an Honorable Mention winner in the Payback Challenge essay contest. Read more...

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  • Wilkshire Art at Wharton Center

    Wharton Center held a reception for Wilkshire Early Childhood Center students and parents on Sunday, January 10. Students created Anastasia art projects that will be on display through January 20. Thank you to Wilkshire STEAM teacher, Mrs. Waugh, for coordinating the project. Read more...

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  • District 8 Solo & Ensemble

    The Haslett High School choirs & vocal soloists performed at the District 8 Solo & Ensemble on January 11 and 12. The students participated in 40 events for judges who provided constructive criticism to further their growth as musicians. Performances for 37 of the events qualified for competition at the state level. Read more...

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  • Interactive Sandbox visits Murphy!

    Students at Murphy Elementary School will learn about landforms and topography using an augmented reality (AR) sandbox in STEAM class. The sandbox was built by STEAM teacher Lisa Dawson and her husband Bill through their company, Spark 3. The AR sandbox uses a 3D camera, data projector and computer to create landforms, topographic maps, demonstrate water patterns and more. Read more...

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  • Students Learn About Engineering

    Kindergarten students at Wilkshire Early Childhoold Center are learning the Engineering Design Process in STEAM class. They used materials like Legos and Lincoln Logs to build barns to house farm animals. Read more...

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  • Ralya Teacher Receives $250 Classroom Grant!

    Congratulations to Ralya Elementary School second grade teacher, Suzie Zuke, for being selected as a "One Class at a Time" grant recipient! WLNS-TV and Grubaugh Orthodontics have partnered to show their commitment to education by offering this weekly $250 grant to a different classroom in Clinton, Eaton and Ingham counties each month throughout the school year. Read more...

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  • Wilkshire Students Decorate Gingerbread Houses

    Haslett Superintendent, Steve Cook, visited Wilkshire Early Childhood Center and helped students during the annual Gingerbread House Decorating activity. The students frosted their houses and then decorated them with "lots" of candy. Read more...

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  • Ralya Students Visit Assisted Living Home

    Ralya Elementary 4th graders had the opportunity to decorate Christmas cookies and color snowflakes with the residents of Brookdale Assisted Living Home to spread some holiday cheer. Read more...

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Announcements

  • Haslett Mobile App

    We are pleased to announce the NEW Haslett mobile app designed specifically to keep our families and community better informed.  This FREE app for both Apple and Android devices is available for download today!

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  • Bond and Sinking Fund Updates

    We have updated our district website to include a page dedicated to providing updates on the projects funded by the Bond Issue.  Please visit the Bond and Sinking Fund Update page for more information.

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