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  • HMS Science Olympiad Team Advances to State Competition

    Congratulations to the Haslett Middle School Science Olympiad team and coaches for their invitation to participate in the State Science Olympiad competition! Science Olympiad club is an international non-profit organization devoted to improving the quality of science education, increasing student interest in science and providing recognition for outstanding achievement in science education by both students and teachers. Read more...

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  • High School Students Rehearse "Charlie Brown"

    Haslett High School students are working on the musical "You're A Good Man, Charlie Brown." This show brings to life the beloved Peanuts comic strip characters. The production allows the students to rehearse and perform socially distanced, with masks and with some creativity, have live theater again. Read more...

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  • Ralya Welcomes Author and Illustrator

    Second graders in Mrs. Zuke's class at Ralya Elementary School welcomed a virtual visit from New York Times bestselling author and illustrator Dav Pilkey. The activity was organized as part of March is Reading Month and the students learned about writing, creating comics and, of course, READING! Mr. Pilkey is author of the book series Captain Underpants, Dog Man, The Dumb Bunnies, and more.

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  • Haslett Divers Advance to State Meet!

    Haslett High School had two divers finish in the top 5 at the MHSAA Regionals last Thursday, March 18 at Mason High School. Gryffin Porter placed 3rd and Jordan Porter placed 4th, and both will advance to the MHSAA State meet this week at Hamilton High School. Pictured is Gryffin Porter, Coach Mike Wagner, and Jordan Porter. Congratulations to our Viking divers!

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  • Belle Visits WECC as Mystery Reader

    The 1st grade students in Mrs. Lynch and Mrs. Barrett's classes at WECC had a mystery reader visit from Belle for March is reading month this week. Students listened as Belle read them a story and sang a song. Students loved having the princess read and sing to them....Read More...

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  • My Michigan Hero Essay Contest Winners

    Haslett Middle School eighth-graders Ela Emden (1st place), Scarlett Eberhardt (2nd), and Mikyla Julian (3rd) were recognized by Farm Bureau Insurance for their essays in a statewide contest on the topic of "My Michigan Hero." Each school's winners move on to compete at the state level. Congratulations Ela, Scarlett, and Mikyla! Read more...

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  • Students Model Good Behavior

    Students in Mrs. Schroeder's class at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center demonstrate how to properly line up when it's time to go back into building after recess. The picture is part of a behavior expectations slide show that will be shown to other students when they return for a full day of in-person learning next week! The slide show provides an overview of playground etiquette, including how to properly use the equipment, how to play safe, and more!

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  • 120th Day of School!

    First grade students at Wilkshire Early Childhood Center celebrated the 120th day of school on Friday, March 12. Students in Mrs. Barrett's classroom enjoyed a "glow day" complete with fun literacy and math activities, and an end of the day dance party!

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  • Ralya Virtual Field Trip

    Student's in Mrs. Newman's 4th grade class at Ralya Elementary School are participating in virtual field trips with the Impression 5 Science Center in Lansing. This month the students are learning about ENERGY! On their first “trip,” students viewed different light sources using Holographic Diffraction Grating glasses. (Click headline to view pictures.)

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  • Haslett High School Hybrid Lab

    Haslett High School students in Mrs. Cox's physical science class recently participated in a measurement lab. This activity occurred the first week of in-person learning and was conducted so the students could practice being in a lab for the first time. Students in the lab worked virtually with other students via Zoom, with the in-person students performing the lab and the virtual students collecting the data.

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  • Capital Region K-12 Virtual Assembly

    Students throughout Haslett Public Schools participated in the Capital Region K-12 Virtual Assembly for March is Reading Month. At Haslett Middle School, 6th grade students watched the assembly LIVE on March 4, and 7th and 8th grade students will watch the rebroadcast as part of their March is Reading Month activities in their ELA classes. The event featured New York Times Bestselling authors Kwame Alexander and Nikki Grimes. Read more...

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  • Students Busy With Hybrid Learning

    First graders in Mrs. Terranova's class have been busy participating in fun and educational activities since returning to the classroom. They made headbands for Hat Day during a Wednesday morning virtual meeting and read "Pete the Cat" books as part of a March is Reading Month. The students also participated in a Pete the Cat "Escape Room" activity to help Pete get home from the Land of Make Believe, and have met in small literacy groups to work on reading skills. Read more...

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  • Wilkshire Teacher Receives National Board Certification

    Congratulations to Shannon Murton, DK teacher 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." Read more...

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  • Middle School Play

    Haslett Middle School students have been preparing a winter production this year and are happy to share their final product on February 19 at 7:30pm! Come check out what these crazy pirates and fairytale characters have been up to! Students began rehearsals in December online and after 10 weeks of work have put together a string of hysterical pirate and fairy tale skits. Read more...

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  • Buddy Returns to Ralya

    Ralya Elementary School welcomes back Buddy the therapy dog! Buddy and his pal, Tucker, visit Ralya each week, bringing joy to students and staff. The students especially love to reading to the dogs!

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  • Student Success Initiative Partnership with Haslett Public Library

    Did you know that all Haslett Public School District students have student accounts through the Student Success Initiative Partnership with the Haslett Public Library? Through this initiative, students in participating districts can get a virtual library card no matter where they live. It gives them access to books, audiobooks, magazines and more in both digital and physical formats. Overdue fines are forgiven for physical items but students and parents are responsible for returning them to a CADL branch. Read more.....

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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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