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LRE Aide Substitutes Needed

Whiteford Schools is in immediate need of LRE aide substitutes.  Interested individuals should complete a non-certified staff application and submit to the Superintendent/Business Office.

Brick Pavers on Sale

The Whiteford Athletic Boosters continue to take orders for brick pavers for the elementary or high school walkways. Proceeds help support Whiteford athletics.  See order form for details; prices have been reduced!

"Flock a Friend" Fundraiser

Whiteford After Prom is again offering its Flamingo Flocking and will continue until the ground freezes. Your fun-loving friends will love to wake up surprised to a yard full of our birds!! A letter and sign accompanies our feathered friends explaining their arrival. Please see attached order form for additional details.

 

Whiteford Schools is accepting bids for its snow removal needs.  Please note the following:

  • Bid PacketPDF Document
  • October 15, 2014:  Pre-bid meeting (10:00 AM - Board Room)
  • October 24, 2014:  Sealed Bids Due / Bid Opening (12:00 PM - Board Room)
School Accountability Scorecards Released
The Michigan School Accountability Scorecards were released this week. Schools are rated in a color-coded system going from green (highest), lime, yellow, orange and red (lowest). In order to receive the green designation, a district must meet 85% of all criteria. Only 1.5% of the districts in the state received the green designation. Whiteford Agricultural School District met 83.3% of the criteria (lime) and was the highest rated school district in the tri-county area (Lenawee, Monroe and Washtenaw counties). In addition, Whiteford High School was named a REWARD SCHOOL for the second year in a row. CONGRATULATIONS to the staff and students of Whiteford for all of their hard work.
MS Students of the Month-September
Middle School students of the month are chosen by the middle school faculty for a variety of different reasons, including outstanding academic performance, improvement and growth in their school work, having a positive attitude and leadership skills. Students of the month for September 2014 are: 6th Grade - Leah Donnelly; 7th Grade - Adam Lenhart; 8th Grade - Jonathan Wright.