• The mission of the Haslett Public Schools is to provide educational opportunities

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

Headlines and Features

  • STOMPIN' for STEAM!

    Ralya Elementary School 5th grade students have started a cross-curricular project called “STOMPIN’ for STEAM.” This project will take them through the process of: designing instruments made of everyday materials (STEAM class), building the instruments (art class), and creating rhythms to play together (music class). The students’ designs, instruments and rhythms will be displayed in the music room at Ralya's STEAM night on February 20 from 5:30-7:30pm.

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  • Haslett Choirs Excel at Competition

    Haslett High School vocal ensembles and soloists performed at the District Solo and Ensemble on February 1 in Jackson, Michigan. Select Men's Chorale, Select Women's Ensemble & Select Chorale all recieved perfect scores. 38 outstanding soloists also performed, with 39 Haslett events qualifying for the State competition. Congratulations of all of our singers!

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  • New Furniture Planned for Classrooms

    Classrooms in all five Haslett school buildings will be renovated this summer as part of the bond project approved by voters in 2018. Our vision for redesign included key objectives for students and teachers. Focusing on student choice, we are striving for comfortable, flexible seating options with choice throughout the classroom and promoting peer-to-peer collaboration. Read more...

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  • Middle School Rallies Around Unified Team

    On Friday, January 24, Haslett Middle School celebrated ending the usage of the R-word by holding a pep assembly. Students, staff, and families came together to watch the Unified Special Olympics team play a nail biting basketball game against Waverly High School's Unified team. HMS students chanted "Let's go players!" as they showed their support for all athletes and partners on the court. Read more...

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  • Unified Basketball Team Begins Season

    The Haslett Unified Basketball team is starting its season this week. There will be two unified teams this year, Haslett Blue and Haslett Gold. The teams will compete in a local league with six area teams, and will compete in Regional and State Tournaments as well. Good luck Vikings!

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  • HMS Students Recognized in MLK Essay Contest

    Congratulations to Haslett Middle School eighth-graders Ian Opel and Alicia Viaches for winning second and third place, respectively, in the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commission of Mid-Michigan's Essay Contest. Their essays focused on this year's contest theme - "There comes a time when silence is betrayal." The students were recognized at the MLK Day Luncheon at the Lansing Center. Read More...

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  • 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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Announcements

  • School Safety Letter

    Threats against schools are a serious matter and will always be top priority to those having to address them. However, many students do not understand the seriousness of making such threats. In order to help educate our students on this issue, the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office, along with local Superintendents and Law Enforcement Officials, have teamed up to help students understand the potential consequences of making such threats. Please take a moment to read the letter posted on the Superintendent webpage and talk to your children. Together, we can help make our schools and the community a safer place.

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  • Middle School Musical

    Time & Time Again - It’s a blast from the past when Vic Ames finds himself hurtling back in time to the Eisenhower years! Luckily, he’s befriended by Electra, a self-proclaimed ’eccentric.’ Together they manage to get Vic’s parents together and get back to the future! Showtimes: Friday, February 21, 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, February 22, 2:00 p.m.  Purchase tickets online or at the door - $5

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  • ISD Headlee Restoration Millage

    On March 10, 2020, Ingham Intermediate School District will have a question on the ballot regarding a Headlee Restoration for Special Education. In the Ingham ISD service area, which includes our district, the Special Education Millage has eroded .2438 mill since 1988. As a result, Ingham ISD has been collecting less revenue than originally approved by taxpayers for special education students.

    This restoration would cost homeowners with a market value of $125,000 or a taxable value of $62,500, $15.24 per year or $1.27 per month. If approved, this restoration would generate approximately $2,300,000 for students with special education needs. If not approved, it will not reduce your home property taxes.

    Every registered voter who lives in our school district, whether a property owner, or not, is eligible to vote on this issue.

    For more information, please visit the Ingham ISD website

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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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