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  • Haslett Ranks Near the Top

    Haslett Public Schools is ranked 31 out of 537 school districts by Niche.com in its 2021 Best School Districts in Michigan rankings. The rankings are based on data from the U.S. Department of Education as well as reviews from students and parents. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, public school district ratings, and more.

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  • HHS Earns College Success Award

    Haslett High School has received the 2020 College Success Award from GreatSchools! The award recognizes public high schools for success in preparing students for college and career. According to the GreatSchools website, Haslett High School is rated above average in school quality compared to other schools in Michigan, and students are making above average year-over-year academic improvement. This is the third consecutive year that Haslett High School has earned this award.

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  • Remote Learning at Ralya: 5th grade students become Master Screencasters

    Mrs. Bennett's 5th grade class learned how to use Screencastify this week. Together, the students completed an online course to learn how to add the Screencastify extension and record a video. They demonstrated...read more...

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  • Congratulations Class of 2020!

    The Haslett High School 2020 Commencement Ceremony took place on Sunday, August 9 at Jamie Gent Stadium. The ceremony was streamed live on the Haslett Media Productions YouTube channel. Congratulations to the Haslett High School Class of 2020!

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  • Kindergarten Informational Video

    Wilkshire Early Childhood Center is a unique program provided by Haslett Public Schools for children in Kindergarten through first grade. It was designed especially to serve young students by helping them establish a strong foundation for learning as they enter the public school system. Click the headline to read more and view and informational video about our Kindergarten program.

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  • Wilkshire Bitmoji Scene

    Kindergarten teacher, Stephanie McKay, created this Bitmoji scene as a fun and virtual way of saying “Have a great summer!” She created the scene by taking a picture of the Wilkshire playground and importing it into Google Slides. Next, she pasted a BitMoji of each staff member into the scene. Great job Stephanie - such a great way to end the school year! (Click the headline to view a larger picture of the bitmoji scene.)

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  • Free Virtual Summer Camps to Keep Children’s Minds Active

    Parents and children will find a wide variety of engaging camp activities to take part in when they dive into Camp Wonderopolis. Some of the activities revolve around STEM-field careers, others are designed to boost literacy and comprehension, and still others to help foster and improve critical thinking and creativity in young minds. After downloading the free Camp Kits, campers and their families can go at their own pace and take full advantage of all that this free digital summer camp...Read more

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  • MDE Guidance for Supporting Summer Learning, Pandemic or Not

    Michigan Department of Education has created a Summer Learning Guidance Document with contributions from Michigan educators at every level. Supporting Summer Learning, Pandemic or Not provides a framework for local leaders and teachers to plan and implement summer learning programs and opportunities for all students and their families. It is designed to be a companion document to the Learning at a Distance Guidance document released by the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) in April. Read more...

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  • Free & Low-Cost Online Summer Learning Options for K-12

    Free or low cost Michigan Virtual Summer Learning options for all students. Click on the links below to register your students and begin learning: EdReady Math (grades 4-12) and EdReady English (grades 8-12) empower students to meet their college and career aspirations by providing them with a personalized study path to mastering critical skills and concepts in math and English. These individualized learning experiences are FREE from now until July 31, 2020. Mental Health and Social Emotional Learning Grades K-12 FREE until the end of the 20-21 school year. The Michigan Cares Portal offers...Read More...

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  • Online Summer Academy

    Haslett Public Schools is offering a Summer Online Academy for high school and middle school students. Course Offerings are posted on this digital flyer and informational video for those of you new to the program. High school students may take online summer courses for enrichment, grade replacement or credit advancement to free up time during the regular school year or fulfill prerequisites in order to take AP classes sooner. Read more...

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  • New Technology to be Installed in Classrooms

    This summer, classrooms will receive new interactive data projectors, large screen projection boards, document cameras, and audio amplification systems. These improvements are part of the Bond and Sinking Fund Millage that was approved by Haslett voters in August 2018. Each classroom will be equipped with a short-throw, wall-mounted interactive data projector which will replace the older ceiling-mounted projectors. The computer’s image will be displayed through the projector onto a 100” whiteboard. Read more...

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  • Schools Receiving Network Upgrades

    A number of technology improvements are planned this summer for schools throughout the district. Already underway are upgrades to the network infrastructure at each school. New data cabling and associated equipment is being installed in classrooms and offices to replace existing infrastructure that is about 25 years old. The work, which began earlier this spring, will include a consolidation of data closets and a reduction in the number of network switches. Additional wireless access points will be installed and upgrades to the security cameras will also take place. These improvements are part of the Bond and Sinking Fund Millage that was approved by Haslett voters in August 2018.

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  • Teacher Appreciation Week

    Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! This week, May 4-8, we celebrate the teaching staff of Haslett Public Schools. Teachers change the lives of millions of children every day—their immense work and impact is felt in homes across the country, especially during these challenging times. We want to recognize and appreciate all the educators that play a pivotal role in our children’s lives—inspiring a lifelong love of learning and discovery and making a difference in their well-being and long-term success.

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  • HHS Scholar Athletes

    Congratulations to the Haslett High School CAAC Scholar Athletes for the 2019-20 school year! Each year, schools in the Capital Area Activities Conference honor the top ten academic student athletes who received letters in two or more sports during their senior year. Congratulations on receiving the league’s most prestigious award! Click to see student pictures.

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  • Haslett High School Ranked #52 in Michigan

    US News and World Report has ranked Haslett High School #52 in Michigan in this year's Best High School Rankings. The publication ranked 645 high schools in Michigan, taking into consideration performance on state assessments and how well the school prepares students for college. Specifically, schools were ranked on six factors, including college readiness, math and reading proficiency, math and reading performance, underserved student performance, college curriculum breadth, and graduation rate.

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  • Haslett 3D Printers Used for Protective Masks

    3D printers from Haslett Public Schools are being used to make protective masks for the COVID-19 crisis. The district loaned its four printers - one each from Murphy Elementary, Ralya Elementary, Haslett Middle School and Haslett High School - to Jon Worful, a Haslett parent and 3D printer expert, for this purpose. Each mask takes 5.5 hours to print and Mr. Worful has printed over 30 so far. The masks have been donated to Lansing Urgent Care, Lansing Fire Department, Lansing EMS, and Dearborn Fire Department. Read more...

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  • Nat Geo Certified!

    Congratulations to Wilkshire Early Childhood Center teachers Stephanie McKay and Lindsey Victor for achieving National Geographic Educator Certification this past fall. The two teachers participated in the district's blending learning professional development program, now in its fourth year, to work on being certified during the month of March. ¨National Geographic Educator Certification is a free professional development program that recognizes pre-K through 12 formal and informal educators committed to inspiring the next generation of explorers, conservationists, and changemakers." Read more...

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  • Meal Service Available During School Closure

    Haslett Public Schools is committed to providing those under 18 with access to healthy meals during this period of school closure. Beginning Wednesday March 25, we will begin a mobile drop off for meals in addition to our curbside pickup at Haslett Middle School. Distribution dates will be on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays through April 10. Click the headline above to see the complete list of locations and times for this meal service.

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  • Murphy Student Council

    Murphy Student Council students serve the school and wider community each year. The two activities Student Council provides to students is popcorn Fridays and School Store. Members participate in meetings every other week to plan for events and prepare to work in the school store. Student Council members also help staff to celebrate School Counselors Week, Administrative Assistant Day, and Teacher Appreciation Week. The Murphy Student Council helps to serve the wider community by sponsoring two important events each year. Read more...

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  • Band Petting Zoo Comes to Murphy

    On Tuesday, March 10, high school band directors David Gott and Mike Larson brought Haslett band members to Murphy Elementary School. The purpose was for 5th graders to see and hear the different kinds of instruments they can choose to play at Haslett Middle School next year. The 5th grade students appreciated hearing the instruments either individually or in group sections. Read more...

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