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Parent / Teacher Conferences

Monday, Nov. 16th - Elementary School Parent Conferences 5-8 pm (full day for students)

Wednesday, Nov. 18th - Elementary School Parent Conferences 1-3:30 pm 5-7 pm (1/2 day for students grades K-5)


Multiplication and Division with Fractions is our Unit 3 learning. Again, fluently being able to calculate the basic multiplication tables is necessary when working with Multiplying and Dividing Fractions.
Think Central

This is the online component to our Math Expressions book.


When your child logs into BrainPOP, the login is student bre. Their ordinal number goes between the t and the b. For example, the third student in class would use the login student3bre. The students' password is the student ID number.


Persuasive Writing / Read Aloud - On My Honor

Science and Social Studies

We are working with Our Solar System and Early Exploration of our world.
ScienceSaurus Online Text

Here is an Online Text link to the ScienceSaurus.

NCG - Trillium Cinema

Monday, Dec. 21st, 9am-12pm

8220 Trillium Cir Ave, Grand Blanc, MI 48439

We are watching The Good Dinosaur.

Here is the permission slip if you need another copy.

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Tree Trimming Party and Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Celebration

Wednesday, Nov. 25th, 8:45-10:15am

5055 West Maple Avenue

Swartz Creek, MI

We are combining two fun events - Trimming our Tree and Celebrating Thanksgiving!

We will make two decorations starting at 8:50 am on Wednesday, November 25th. At about 9:30 am we will have our Charlie Brown Thanksgiving feast. Whatever is brought in to share is what we eat! It is a smorgasbord of random goodies. We will end our feast at 10:20 am and the students will go to their Special.


MISSION: Swartz Creek Community Schools inspires our learners to embrace challenges, set goals, grow their talents, and realize their dreams for success in a global society.

VISION: Swartz Creek Community Schools provides a world class education through innovative experiences while developing the unique talents of our learners.

- We believe in a culture of learning.
- We believe that student learning should be the primary goal for all decisions made affecting the school district.
- We believe the climate and culture of the school is engaging, nurturing, challenging, and inspires students to express their personal ideas.
- We believe curriculum is integrated, differentiated, meaningful, and pertinent to life.
- We believe in culturally relevant education that provides the knowledge and skills to meet the global challenges and opportunities of the 21st Century.
- We believe in continuous improvement informed by critical evaluation and reflection.
- We believe expanding technologies enrich how teachers teach and students learn.
- We believe in building relationships and sharing resources with our community, parents, and staff members.