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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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  • Congratulations Class of 2019!

    The Haslett High School commencement ceremony took place on Sunday, June 2, at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State University. Good luck to all of the graduates as they take the next steps in life's journey! Congratulations to the Haslett High School Class of 2019!

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  • Fitness Day at Wilkshire

    Students at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center participated in Fitness Day at the school on Friday, May 31. A special visitor stopped by and joined in the fun - Michigan State University mascot, Sparty! What a great day!

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  • Summer Reading!

    Murphy 3rd grade students receive HR3 books before heading home for the summer. These books help to jump start a summer full of reading opportunities available in the Haslett Community at the Haslett Public Library, Schuler Books Summer Reading Club and many more. Read more...

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  • National Geographic Teacher Certification

    Congratulations to Haslett teachers Christina Noeker, Kristina Booms, Jessica Smith and Mike Casby for achieving National Geographic Educator Certification through the Haslett Blended Learning Program! The National Geographic Certification program "is a free professional development program that recognizes pre-K-12...educators committed to inspiring the next generation of explorers, conservationists, and changemakers." Read more...

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  • Support Our Troops Drive

    The Murphy Elementary School Student Council hosted its second annual Support Our Troops Item Drive in mid-May. The items collected are donated to Michigan Military Moms who send packages to men and women serving our country from the state of Michigan. Items collected included socks, shampoo, granola bars, mints, gum, and Michigan memorabilia to be sent around the world. Read more...

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  • Race For Ralya

    Ralya Elementary School held its annual "Race For Ralya" on Sunday, May 19. The race is a fundraiser for the school and featured over 350 participants. Runners could choose either a 5K race or a 1 mile fun run, and all participants received a "Race For Ralya" t-shirt!

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  • Haslett Middle School Conservation Club

    Students from the Haslett Middle School Conservation Club were at the Meridian Township Farmer's Market on May 18 to educate the community about improving recycling practices. The students planned, researched, and designed a brochure, which they used as a talking point with visitors to the market.

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  • College “Signing Day” for HHS Athletes

    Congratulations to the 25 Haslett High School student athletes who will be participating in athletics at the college level next year! A ceremonial college signing event was held in the Performing Arts Center on May 16 to recognize these seniors. The event was streamed live and is available for viewing on the Haslett Media Productions YouTube channel.

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  • HHS Student Wins Art Competition

    Congratulations to Haslett High School senior, Chyna Bach, for winning the Congressional Arts Competition for Michigan's 8th District! U.S. Rep. Elissa Slotkin held a reception for the student artist participants at her Lansing office on May 11. Chyna's winning artwork, “I’ll Catch You if You Fall,” will be hung for a year in the Cannon Tunnel of the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. Read more...

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  • Lacrosse Team Wins Championship!

    Congratulations to the Haslett/Williamston varsity boys lacrosse team for winning the CAAC Tournament Championship! Haslett/Williamston defeated Lansing Catholic to win the championship in a game at Okemos High School on May 14. In addition to winning the tournament, Haslett/Williamston finished the regular season as CAAC Champions. Congratulations on an outstanding season!

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  • Ralya Students at Special Olympics

    On Friday, May 10, Special Olympians from Ralya Elementary School competed in track and field events at Michigan State University. Athletes who participate in Special Olympics improve physical fitness and motor skills, develop self-esteem and confidence, make friends and increase family support. In addition to track and field events, they also competed in softball.

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  • Murphy Receives Grant From Delta Dental

    Murphy Elementary School received a $500 grant from Delta Dental during the school's Monday Morning Meeting on May 13. In March, Delta Dental representatives visited second grade classrooms and read to students as part of March is Reading Month. Mrs. Hamilton's second grade class won this grant to be used for the Library Media Center. Read more...

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  • Lansing Symphony Orchestra Performance

    Murphy and Ralya 5th grade students travelled to Wharton Hall at MSU on May 7 to attend the Link Up: The Orchestra Rocks concert of the Lansing Symphony Orchestra. The Orchestra Rocks program explores rhythm pulse and groove in a classical music setting along with showcasing the indivual instruments and instrument families of the orchestra. Read more...

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  • Murphy 4th Grade Musical

    Under the direction of music teacher Amy Fenton, Murphy Elementary School 4th grade students performed the musical "Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People's Ears" on Tuesday, April 30. The musical is based on an African folk tale. Students acted, sang and played musical instruments to accompany the songs. Artwork for the program was created by the students under the direction of Megan Hunsaker, Murphy art teacher.

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  • Michigan Shakespeare Festival at HHS

    Thanks to the support of the Foundation of Haslett Schools, Haslett High School welcomed the Michigan Shakespeare Festival to the Performing Arts Center where all ninth grade students watched a performance of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, and all eleventh grade honors students watched a performance of Macbeth. Students had read the plays earlier this year. Read more...

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