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  • High School Collects Gifts for Community

    Students and staff at Haslett High School once again partnered with Haslett Community Church to collect holiday gifts for Haslett families. Students in their 6th hour classes pooled money to purchase gifts requested by children in the community. In all, gifts were provided to 12 families! Congratulations to Mrs. Vessell's, Ms. Dykman's and Mrs. Wawro's classes for collecting the most gifts. They were rewarded with a cookie and hot cocoa party at school!

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  • Ralya Cereal Box Dominos!

    Ralya Elementary School students and families collected well over 400 cereal boxes to donate to the Haslett Food Bank. The boxes were arranged throughought the school, stretching from the front office to the STEAM hallway, to create the cereal box domino challenge! Click on the article to get the link to the video of the cereal box dominos!

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  • Wilkshire Bucket Assembly

    Once a month, a Bucket Assembly is held for students at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center. The Bucket Assembly is similar to a pep rally, where students and staff gather to cheer on monthly birthdays, as well as highlighting a particular theme. This month the Bucket Assembly theme was "We Are Thankful for Helping Hands!" Wilkshire students and staff acknowledged thanks and gratitude to paraprofessionals and custodians for their helping hands! The month of November is the perfect time for all of us to be thankful and grateful!

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  • High School Students Rehearse for Musical

    Haslett High School students are excitedly preparing to present the musical WORKING - a collection of stories about people and their jobs! The production features music by James Taylor & Lin Manuel Miranda. Performances are scheduled for November 19 and 20 at the Haslett High School Performing Arts Center.

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  • High School Chorale Performances

    The Haslett High School Choral Program recently completed their fall concerts. All ensembles gave excellent performances for their first live concert of the year. Pictured is Haslett High School's Chorale as they took this stage for the Advanced Choir Concert.

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  • Día de los Muertos Lesson at Ralya

    Students in Mrs. Newman’s 4th grade class at Ralya Elementary School enjoyed learning about Día de los Muertos on Monday, November 1. The lesson was taught by J’Kyla Hobbs and Ana Quiroz-Vanegas, sophomores at Haslett High School. The students learned about Hispanic culture and traditions and created their own skeleton!

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  • Murphy Pie Throwing Event

    On Friday, October 22, students at Murphy Elementary School were rewarded for their amazing fundraising efforts by throwing whipped cream pies at Mr. Hatch and Mrs. Dusenbery! The students were challenged by Mr. Hatch to reach a fundraising goal of $15,000 during the Murphy Fun Run Fundraiser and they didn't just reach it, they exceeded it by raising over $21,000!! If you would like to see the actual pie throwing event, please go to the Murphy Elementary webpage and click on the video links to each grade level!

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  • Murphy Ranked in Top 50!

    Murphy Elementary School has been ranked as a Top 50 Elementary School in the state of Michigan by U.S. News & World Report. With nearly 3,200 elementary schools in the state, Murphy's #44 ranking puts the school in the 99th percentile! Rankings are based on factors such as student test scores, student-to-teacher ratio and diversity. Congratulations to the staff and students at Murphy Elementary School!

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  • Ralya Field Trip to MSU Children's Garden

    Ralya 4th graders spent three separate days at the MSU 4-H Children's Gardens for a field trip focused on plant structures. Students participated in a variety of activities including growing lettuce, learning how plants protect themselves, and how bees and other pollinators help with the reproduction of plants. They even learned how to extract DNA from strawberries and then made observations of what the DNA looked like under a microscope. Read more...

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  • Haslett Homecoming!

    Haslett High School celebrated Homecoming on Friday, October 1 with a number of festivities throughout the day including a pep rally at school, a community parade, and the Homecoming football game vs. Williamston. At halftime, the Haslett High School Homecoming Representatives were presented. The annual Homecoming Dance was held on Saturday, October 2, where each graduating class was brought together for a group photo with their graduation year balloons!

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  • Football Players Visit Ralya

    Haslett Homecoming Week took place from September 27 to October 1. One of the highlights of the week was when the visit by the Viking football team to Ralya Elementary School! The week's festivities culminated with the Homecoming Parade and the Homecoming game between Haslett and Williamston on Friday night.

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  • Spirit Week at Murphy!

    Students and staff at Murphy Elementary School have been enjoying a week of fun activities in celebration of Spirit Week and the Haslett Homecoming Football game on Friday, October 1. Each day features a different theme at Murphy, including Wednesday's crazy socks and hair styles theme. In addition to the Homecoming parade and football game, students will have an opportunity to participate in the Murphy Fun Run on Friday night! Click on the article to see pictures of the crazy socks and hats!

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  • Murphy Students Return to the Media Center!

    Murphy students are back enjoying library time with Murphy's new Library Coordinator, Natalie Johnston. Mrs. Johnston, a graduate of Haslett Public Schools, has extensive experience working in a library setting. She is as thrilled with library time as the students and teachers are. Students can check out books and will be able to participate in the upcoming book fair in October! Welcome back, Murphy readers!

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  • Middle School Kindness Campaign

    In the first 9 days of school, Haslett Middle School has invited over 600 students back into the school library. Students in grades 6-8 listened to a booktalk of Flight of the Puffin by Ann Braden and were inspired to begin a chain reaction kindness campaign--Viking style! The students wrote small notes of encouragement and kindness and used them to create a mural on the window in the library.

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  • 40 Book Challenge

    Fourth grade students at Ralya Elementary School are participating in the 40 Book Challenge, an activity designed to motivate them to read books from a variety of genres. Students are challenged to read 40 books by the end of the year (about one book a week) and must choose books from 15 different reading genres. Students earn prizes for every book they complete and will earn a certificate at the end of the year showing what they accomplished! A "book tasting" event at the beginning of the year exposes students to book genres that they might not have tried out on their own, and gives students the opportunity to add a few book ideas to their "must read" list.

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  • Welcome to the 2021-22 School Year!

    Haslett Public Schools opened the 2021-22 school year on Wednesday, August 25. Students were greeted by staff and welcomed back into the buildings for another exciting year. A number of new staff members were hired over the summer and enjoyed their first day with students as well. Pictured is the Ralya Elementary School staff, ready for a year of learning and achievement!

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  • Miniature Ponies at Wilkshire

    Students in Mrs. Barrett's summer school classroom at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center visited with miniature ponies on Wednesday, July 21. Two miniature ponies were brought to the school and the students participated in lessons about these animals. The students even had the opportunity to brush the ponies!

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  • Michigan Outdoor Lessons at Murphy

    Third graders at Murphy Elementary School participated in Michigan Outdoors Lessons as culminating activities for science and social studies. Students enjoyed various hands-on activities while learning about the great state of Michigan. These lessons included creating lanterns to use on nature walks while observing native Michigan plant and animal species. They also participated in digs to explore the rocks, minerals, and fossils that can be found in Michigan. It was a fun and interesting way to end the school year! Click headline to see more pictures.

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  • Thank You for Your Support!

    Haslett Public Schools would like to thank the community for its support of the 2018 Bond and Sinking Fund proposals! We are excited to share that all projects funded through your support are complete. Please click on this article to view a short Bond and Sinking Fund video for a look at our updated school facilities. Improvements include new ergonomic furniture, window treatments, paint, flooring, interactive technology, safety and security features, parking lots, playgrounds and more!

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  • Congratulations Class of 2021!

    The Haslett High School graduation was held Sunday, June 6, 2021 at Jamie Gent Stadium. The graduates were honored on a hot and sunny day in front of family and friends attending the ceremony. Congratulations to the Class of 2021!

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