News & Announcements
For those of you who were unable to attend Monday's Community Forum regarding the 2019 bond proposal, you can see the PowerPoint presentation by clicking HERE. We are still seeking feedback on the presentation, so please complete the survey FORM and return to Superintendent Orr at: 6655 Consear Road, Ottawa Lake, MI 49267. Thank you!
The Elementary Spring Flower Sale is underway! Details and prices can be found on the order form. Orders and payment is due by April 12th, with plants available for pick on May 9th (9:00 AM - 6:00 PM; near the bus garage). Thank you for your support!
Have you ever wondered what happened to all your "old" friends from high school? Well, so have we! That's why the BEST GRADUATING CLASS EVER ... 1969, is beginning to plan its 50 year (!? what ?!) class reunion. But, we are missing some classmates, so we need your help in finding these people to send them an invitation:
- Janet Caldwell
- Bill Carr
- Cathy Fritz
- Darrell Hyde
- Elenor Jackson
- Barb Nicodemus
- Marcia Nofzinger
- Angie Torres
- Hope Trejo
- Cindy Woodyard
If you can help us find any of these classmates, please email, call or text John Vesey (email@example.com -- 269-808-7609) or Kathy Appling Bella (firstname.lastname@example.org -- 517-605-5221). Thank you from the Class of '69!
"Where Tradition Meets Innovation"
Please join us on Monday, March 18th at 6:00 PM in the MS/HS Library for a Community Forum regarding the 2019 bond. See flyer for additional details.
March is Reading Month and Whiteford Elementary kicked off the month with an exciting assembly on Friday, March 1st. We are participating in a building read of the same book and it was revealed during the assembly. The book is "The World According to Humphrey" and it tells the story of a hampster who lives in an elementary classroom.
Not only were the students introduced to the book on Friday, but Humphrey also made a special appearance! Students who read their chapters each week will be entered into a chance to win fun prizes including reading to Humphrey and even taking him home on the weekend!
See links below for audio files for the read-a-long version of our book. When you listen to these audio files, you may hear some familiar voices!
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