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

Headlines and Features

  • Students Receive Chromebooks

    Haslett Public Schools thanks the Haslett-Okemos Kiwanis Club and the Foundation for Haslett Schools for it's generous donation of Chromebooks to 24 students! The donation was part of the Kiwanis Club's "Chromebooks for Students" program that provides free Chromebooks to students for homework and learning purposes. The Kiwanis Club provided the Chromebooks and the Foundation for Haslett Schools provided the cases. Read more...

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  • High School Students Collect Gifts

    Haslett High School Student Council members showoff just a few of the more than 90 gifts collected by 6th hour classes this year! Mrs. Vessell’s class had the most with 19 gifts collected. These gifts benefit families right here in Haslett!

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  • Students Receive Microsoft Certification

    Students enrolled in the Haslett High School IT Academy class acquired a total of 38 Microsoft certifications this semester. The students have obtained Microsoft Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Excel and Word Expert certifications. Students also qualify for three college credits for each certification as part of the district's articulation agreements. Congratulations students!

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  • Teachers Receive National Board Certification

    Congratulations to Danijela Horn and Karen Amachree, teachers at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center, who received National Board Certification! "National Board Certification is the most respected professional certification available in K-12 Education. It is designed to develop, retain and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide." Danijela and Karen are to be commended for all of their hard work in attaining this certification. (nbpts.org)

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  • Financial Reality Fair

    Michigan State University Federal Credit Union employees conducted a Financial Reality Fair for Haslett High School students on Wednesday, December 4. The goal of the event was to teach students about budgeting and financing. To make the experience more realistic, each student was assigned a career and given a starting salary, as well as student loan debts for careers that required college degrees or specialized certifications. Students visited 13 booths representing different areas of life expenses to learn how each experience might impact them financially.

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  • Ralya Teacher Awarded $250!

    Congratulations to Mrs. Bennett, 5th grade teacher at Ralya Elementary School, who was awarded $250 from WLNS and "One Class at at Time." Mrs. Bennett was selected by Grubaugh Orthodontics and will be featured on WLNS. She plans to use the money to purchase a Mindfulness Program for her classroom. This program designed to give students a way to raise awareness of their emotional needs and the tools to get themselves ready-to-learn.

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  • HMS Builders Club

    The Haslett Middle School Builders Club has been working on a blanket making project. They learned the new skill of making these fleece, no sew blankets and will make a difference by donating them to children in need. They were supported in this project by the Kiwanis Club of Haslett-Okemos, middle school staff and the High School Key Club. The club has enjoyed building friendship and community, while working together on this project!

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  • Kids Connection Delivers Treats to Police

    Students in the Murphy Kids Connection after school program showed their generousity by dropping off a box of chocolate chip muffins and bottled water to the Meridian Township Police Department. The water bottles and the box of muffins were personally decorated by the Kids Connection students.

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Announcements

  • Bart Wegenke Memorial Fund

    If you would like to make a donation to the Bart Wegenke Memorial Fund, please write a check payable to Haslett Public Schools - Bart Wegenke Memorial Fund and send it to:

     
    Haslett Public Schools
    Administrative Building
    5593 Franklin Street
    Haslet MI 48840
     
    Or donate online at SendMoneytoSchool > search for "Haslett Public Schools" > click on "High School" > click on "Bart Wegenke Memorial Fund"
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  • Holiday Break Clarification

    As noted in an e-mail sent on January 7, 2020, Ingham ISD Superintendents have agreed to change the current common calendar (beginning with the 2021-2022 school year) to help districts better prepare for the state testing that begins in early April.  This calendar change will only affect the Spring Break dates starting in 2022, resulting in an earlier break than in previous years. 

    The ISD common calendar provides the minimum days required for the winter and spring breaks.  We must use these minimum days when negotiating our school calendar with the Haslett Education Association (HEA). At this time, we only have a calendar in place for the current 2019-2020 school year. Beginning this spring, the district and the HEA will negotiate the actual calendar for the 2020-2021 school year, along with subsequent years.  The final negotiated calendar will be posted on the district website. 

    If you have any additional questions, please feel free to contact the Administration Office at 517-339-8242.

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  • Weather Related School Closings

    For information about how the district makes the decision to close school and how parents and guardians will be notified of that decision, please review the Weather Related School Closings information on the Superintendent's web page.

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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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