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Headlines and Features

  • New Teacher Orientation

    Haslett Public Schools welcomed 13 new teachers to the district during an orientation session at the administration building on August 12. The new teachers, listed alphabetically, are: Cynthia Balthazar (HHS Chemistry), Katherine Blair (Wilkshire Social Worker), Ann Bloxom (Ralya 2nd Grade), Bridget Booth (HMS Science), Matthew Callaghan (HHS Choir Director), Ashleigh Curtis (HMS Special Education), Nicole Dixon (Wilkshire Speech Pathologist), Teri Langstaff (HHS English and Psychology), Phillip Lepper (HHS Counselor) Read more...

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  • Haslett Schools Ranked in Top 25

    Haslett Public Schools is ranked in the top 25 on the 2020 Best School Districts in Michigan list by Niche, a website that researches colleges, schools, neighborhoods and companies in the United States. According to the Niche website, the "ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education..."

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  • Board Members Tour Construction Sites

    The Haslett Board of Education toured the construction projects at Haslett High School following its regular meeting on Monday July 22, 2019. One of the stops included the new field turf at Jamie Gent Stadium. For your safety, please refrain from visiting Murphy, Ralya, the middle school and all athletic fields until work is completed at the end of the summer. For pictures of the construction projects, please visit the Bond and Sinking Fund website.

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  • Bond Construction Making Progress

    Construction projects are in full swing throughout the district. Parking lots are being replaced at Murphy Elementary, Ralya Elementary, and Haslett Middle School. A new field turf is being installed at Haslett High School's Jamie Gent Stadium. For your safety, please refrain from visiting these sites until all work is completed at the end of the summer. Visit the Bond and Sinking Fund website to view updated photos of all the construction projects.

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  • Ralya Students Write and Illustrate Books

    Fifth grade students from Mrs. Bennet's class at Ralya Elementary School wrote and illustrated picture books. After completing the books, the students walked to Wilkshire Early Childhood Cener to read them to the Kindergarten and 1st grade students.

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  • Murphy D.A.R.E. Graduation

    Congratulations to the 5th graders at Murphy Elementary School for graduating from the DARE program. Officer Chrissy Scaccia taught 10 lessons to the students on making good choices regarding drugs, alcohol and prescription medications. Read more...

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  • Murphy Students Visit Land Preserve

    Four classes of fifth graders from Murphy Elementary in Haslett gathered at the Davis Foster Land Preserve for a day of learning, exploring and helping the environment. “We’re hosting this event because we really believe in place-based education,” said Meridian Township’s Park Naturalist and Stewardship Coordinator Kelsey Dillon. Read entire article...

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  • Unified Track and Field

    Students and staff from Haslett High School traveled to Central Michigan University on May 30 for Special Olympics Unified Day. This was the first year unified track and field has been offered. Haslett students came home with bronze medals, as well as some unique wooden recognition 'medals' commemorating the 1st unified track and field competitors.

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Announcements

  • First Day of School

    The first day of school for ALL students, Kindergarten through 12th grade, is Monday, August 26.

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  • New Student Drop-Off/Pick-Up Procedures

    As part of the Bond and Sinking Fund project, new student drop-off and pick-up procedures have been put in place at Haslett Middle School, Murphy Elementary School, Ralya Elementary School and Wilkshire Early Childhood Center. Please visit the Bond and Sinking Fund webpage to review diagrams of the new process for student pick-up/drop-off.

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  • Student Information Verification

    The online Student Information Verification window opens Thursday, August 1, 2019 and closes on Friday, September 13, 2019.  Please log into your Skyward Family Access account and update your child's information online before the first day of school.   We will not be sending home Student Information or Emergency/Health forms.  More information, including a video tutorial on how to complete the Student Information Verification process is available at: https://www.haslett.k12.mi.us/verify

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  • Haslett Mobile App

    We are pleased to announce the 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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