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Don't be a Sad Huskie...
This is Hemlock Huskie aka "Hemmie". He is sad. He misses all the kids, teachers and staff. It is quiet and lonely at the school.
It is ok to be sad sometimes. But just know that there are people around that care about you. Like the people at your school. If you need someone to talk to, reach out to a teacher, administrator or staff member. We are here for you.
Even though we are #hemlockstrong, everyone needs someone sometimes.
Hemlock Public School District’s Culinary Arts teacher LeAnn Gerard assigned her students Easter desserts and/or side dish recipes to choose from to make their learning come alive for their families this past weekend.
Students could choose anything from homemade cinnamon rolls, bunny cupcakes, or various other family recipes. Students were then to write out information and comments received from their loved ones and share them with Mrs. Gerard.
Mrs. Gerard commented, “Though we’re not in class, my students are still producing quality work. Each week, they are given a choice of five recipes. They choose one, prep it and serve it to their loved ones. Sometimes, they’ve contacted me with the need for substitutions, but this is REAL LIFE, and these skills are necessary. Our Hemlock parents are so supportive and thankful their teens are pitching in. A couple of my students are even making entire meals each week throughout this difficult time to help out. I’m so happy and thankful to share my gifts with these dedicated students. They are amazing!”
This assignment is just one more way that Hemlock Public School District is keeping learning alive and allowing students to express themselves in a creative and meaningful way in such an uncertain time.
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Remember Local Businesses
Our local businesses often help us with many things throughout the year. They donate their time and money to many sports teams (youth through high school age), drama clubs, and robotics teams just to name a few. Don't forget about them during this time. Many of them are closed now due to the "Stay at Home" order from Governor Whitmer, but many of our local restaurants are still open for take-out/delivery.
Farmer's Home Tavern - 989-642-2546
Frosty Freezer - 989-297-2482
Jenn's Place - 989-301-0345
Mama Mia's Pizzeria - 989-642-6420
Maple Grill - 989-233-2895