News & Announcements

Eitnier Named 2018 Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Award Winner

Congratulations to Thomas Eitniear on receiving the 2018 Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete Award for Class C. Annually, one male and female award winner is named in each class by the Michigan High School Coaches Association (MHSCA). Thomas will be honored by district administration and representatives from MHSCA and Addix at home plate of the May 12, 2018 Mark Christensen Baseball Tournament. This presentation will take place after the first game is played (approx. 10:30 - 11:00 AM).

Monroe ISD STEM Camp Offerings

The Monroe County Intermediate School District is offering a number of STEM Camps for all Monroe County students. See flyer for additional information.

Volleytots & Volleykids Comes To Whiteford

Volleytots (ages 3 years to Kindergarten) and Volleykids (1st-3rd grades) will be "serving up some fun" June 14-16, 2018 at the Whiteford High School gym. This is open to boys and girls!  See flyer for additional details/registration information.

Athletic Boosters Golf Outing

The Whiteford Athletic Boosters will be hosting its 28th Annual Golf Outing on Friday, June 22, 2018, with a shotgun style start beginning at 9:00 AM. See attached FLYER and DONATION FORM for additional details (register early as foursomes fill up fast). Proceeds help support the athletic programs at Whiteford Schools. Thanks for your participation!!

Transportation Request

Important information regarding bus transportation for next school year (2018-2019) was sent via email to those homes in which the district has an address on file. If you did not receive the letter and form via email, please click HERE to obtain a copy of the letter/form. Forms are due back no later than June 1st. Thank you for your prompt attention to this request.

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 ORS 3% Healthcare Contributions Refund - updated 2/14/18 see respective links below

Given the Supreme Court ruling in December 2017, below is a link to the ORS Public School Employees Retirement System regarding the refund process; these FAQ's are being updated as new information is available. This ruling is only for public school employees who worked during July 2010 until September 2012 and contributed 3% toward retiree healthcare.

ORS Public School Employees Retirement System FAQ Page

CURRENT STAFF click here

FORMER District Employees and RETIREES click here

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Spotlights

Eight HS Students Qualify for Region C Honors Choir Congratulations to the following Whiteford singers for advancing to Region C Honors Choir! You are to be commended for this exciting accomplishment! Elizabeth Gozdowski (Soprano II), Taylor Yount (Soprano II), Harley Donally (Alto I), Chloe Walton (Alto II), Dylan Nelson (Tenor I), Adam Lenhart (Tenor II), Nathan Walker (Bass I) and Mike Iott (Bass II)
MS Students of the Month The Middle School students of the month are chosen by the middle school faculty based on a specific character trait for the month, with the month of March 2018 being "Fairness". Recipients for the month are Rylie DeSilvis (6th grade), Kaitlyn LaVoy (7th grade) and Sidney Miller (8th grade). Congratulations!!
MS/HS Choirs Receive High Marks at State Festival The HS Concert Choir received a solid Division I Rating of Excellent ...with 2 nearly perfect scores! The Chorale received a Division II Rating, with 2 of the 3 judges scoring them in the “I” range. The MS Concert Choir gave a wonderful performance, as well, but Middle School choirs don’t receive an official rating at States. Their comments were a nice mix of I’s and II’s!