Updates from Mrs. Froning
January 13, 2019
First LEGO League (Robotic) News!
If you and your student is interested in learning more about First LEGO League, please contact Brian Ulmer: email@example.com
(team members: Eddie Petre, Ethan Kline, Connor Ulmer, James Pace, Mason Kline)
Congratulation to our PTA Reflections Contest Winners!
We will celebrate the following artist at the Walled Lake District Reflections Celebration, Monday, March 25th at Walnut Creek Middle School.
Estella Hudnut* (selected submission to the State level)
Eve Ashoo* (Selected submission to the State level)
Mr. Peace Returns THIS Tuesday!
In-District Transfer Request Information
If you would like your child to attend a school other than the one that is assigned to your address for the 2019-2020 school year, you must submit a Student Transfer Request application.
The Student Transfer Request Application period is Thursday, January 3, 2019, to Friday, January 18, 2019.
Requests must be submitted during the application period. Requests will be processed and notification of approval or denial will be sent via email, or U.S. Mail, approximately the first week of March 2019.
If you have any questions, please contact the Walled Lake Schools’ Student Services Department at (248) 956-2085.
Schools of Choice Information Schools of Choice Information
Walled Lake Consolidated Schools is a participant in Schools of Choice 105 on a ‘limited’ basis, limited meaning not all buildings and grade levels will have openings. Typically we accept applications for grades K-10.
Under Schools of Choice we may enroll 105 students who are not residents of our district but still reside in one of the other 27 Oakland County school districts who meet the application guidelines.
The application period for the 2019-2020 school is Jan. 14 - Feb. 1, 2019.
By law, applications cannot be accepted after February 1, 2019.
Father/Son Laser Tag
Thursday, Jan. 17th, 6-8pm
31506 Grand River Avenue
20th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration 2019
2019-2020 WLCSD Calendar is now available!
· We will start the school year prior to Labor Day again.
· Late starts (middle school) and early release (high schools) have been eliminated.
· There are several half-days throughout the school year.
As we have in the past, we will offer a reduced rate Prime Time Care service on each of these half days.
You might be wondering...Why are there so many half days?
Throughout the school year, there are eight half days that will be used for staff professional development. We recognize that half days can be inconvenient for families. That said, research has shown that when teachers receive ongoing, job-embedded professional development, they can increase student achievement by as much as 21 percentile points (Source). As a school and district, we are committed to continuous improvement and these eight half days are an essential part of that commitment. Although they may seem inconvenient, staff development opportunities are crucial to ensure we provide an exemplary education for our children.
- Father/Son Laser Tag
Monday, January 21st (MLK Holiday)
- No school for Students or Staff
Wednesday, February 6th
- PTA General Membership Meeting 7:00 pm
Thursday, February 7th
- 1/2 day for student': Professional Learning for staff in the pm (dismissal time: 11:18 am)
Friday, February 8th
- PTA Family Bingo Night: more information coming soon!
- Monday, February 18th - Friday February 22nd
Debra Bradshaw, Principals Secretary
Karen Clark, Building Secretary