Huskie Highlights

Hemlock & K.C. Ling Elementary Newsletter

The Week of October 2nd-6th

Peek at the Week

Monday, October 2nd

No School - Professional Development Day


Tuesday, October 3rd

Student Council Meeting 12:45 p.m.

Girls on the Run (GOTR) - K.C. Ling Library 2:45-4:15 p.m.

Playground Committee Meeting - K.C. Ling Library 6:30-7:30


Wednesday, October 4th

COUNT DAY

Robotics 2:30 - 4:00 p.m.


Thursday, October 5th

GOTR - K.C. Ling Library 2:45-4:15 p.m.


Friday, October 6th

Mrs. Langworthy's Class Popcorn Sale (regular or movie theatre)

Varsity Football Game @ Valley Lutheran 7:00 p.m.

A Note From the Principal....

Please try to avoid sending food that needs to be heated at school in your child's lunch. Students have such a short amount of time to eat with the current schedule that it makes it difficult for them to finish when they have to spend time heating up their food. We appreciate your cooperation.

Count Day

Wednesday, October 4th is Count Day! The number of students in attendance on Count Day has significant financial implications for all school districts. We greatly appreciate your support in taking every measure possible to ensure your student is in attendance on Wednesday.

Kindergartners Visit Leaman's Apple Farm!

On Monday, September 25th, the kindergarten classes traveled to Leaman's Apple Farm! They learned how cider is made, went on a hayride, and enjoyed fresh apple cider and donuts! It was such a fun morning for our little huskies!

Sinking Fund Information

What is a sinking fund? Under Michigan law, a school may collect taxes for a "sinking fund" that can be used for repairs, renovations, and technology (as well as other construction).


How will this impact Hemlock Public School District? If approved, these funds will help the district maintain our facilities inside and out with things like:

  • Safety, e.g., service drive to K.C. Ling, additional security cameras, etc.
  • Efficiency, replaces the single pane windows from 1959 at the high school, lighting, and more).
  • Curriculum, develop/enhance Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics (STEAM) areas.
  • Technology, maintaining and improving infrastructure and systems.
  • 21st Century Media Center/Library at our high school.
  • Fitness Area, provide students with an updated fitness area like those found in Frankenmuth, St. Charles, and other area schools.
  • Maintenance, with items like - roofs, boilers, HVAC, equipment, etc.

If approved, it will cost the average homeowner with a $150k home ($75k SEV) $112.50 annually or less than $10 a month. This will generate approximately $500k toward maintaining and improving the school district’s facilities and curriculum.

We are hosting five public meetings to help people get information about the November 7th ballot proposal. Every meeting will run for approximately 25 minutes and will be followed by an optional tour of the facility the meeting is being held at.

  • Hemlock Middle School on Monday, October 2nd at 1 PM
  • Hemlock High School on Wednesday, October 4th at 7 PM
  • Hemlock High School on *Friday, October 6th at 8 AM *South entrance
For more information visit hemlocksinkingfund.org.