Klager Kids

May 28, 2019

Great Education Made Personal


Monday, June 3

  • PTO Meeting, 6:30 pm @ Riverside

Tuesday, June 4

  • 2nd Grade Field Trip (Ann Arbor Natural History Museum and Museum of Art)

Wednesday, June 5

  • 1st Grade Field Trip (Hidden Lake Gardens)
  • Donuts with Dudes, 7 - 8 am

Thursday, June 6

  • K-2 Field Day, mini-version (more information to come)

Tuesday, June 11

  • Leadership Day and Volunteer Appreciation, 8:45 am (more information to come)

Thursday, June 13

  • Career and Community Day

Friday, June 14

  • HALF-DAY DISMISSAL, 11:47 am

Klager offices close for the summer at the end of the day on Thursday, June 20.


Thank you for an amazing year! Where has the time gone? For the second graders moving on to Riverside, we wish you well and know that you're ready to take on the next set of challenges in your educational careers!


We'll be sending out a survey in the days ahead. Let us know what you think about what we've been doing at Klager this year. We have a tremendously dedicated staff who is constantly pushing themselves to change, try new things, and use best practices to make your child's experiences the best they can be! When you see that survey, please complete it.


Lost and Found: Anything not claimed by 3:45 pm on Friday, June 14 will be donated. Missing jackets or sweatshirts? Come take a look!


We are seeing more and more families walk their dogs up to the building at the end of the day. Pick up time is a hectic time, and we want to ensure the safety of everyone on the premises. Please help us by leaving your pets at home for dismissal or in your vehicle, if it is safe to do so.


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2019-2020 District Calendar

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Breakfast begins: 7:50 am

Supervision begins: 8:00 am

Doors open: 8:10 am

Classes begin: 8:15 am

School dismisses: 3:00 pm

On Half Days:

School dismisses: 11:47 am

Klager Family Handbook 2018-2019

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Luther C. Klager Elementary

District Vision:

Manchester Community Schools is committed to developing strong, well-rounded students driven to engage in a successful and rewarding future.

District Belief Statement: Manchester is the PLACE to be

  • Personalization- with expectations to engage all students in lifelong learning
  • Leadership- all students can be positive leaders and productive members of our school and community.
  • Active Learning- all students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members are valued members of school community.
  • Community-School Partnership- all students, faculty, staff, parents, and community members are valued members of our school community.
  • Environment- each child brings unique characteristics to create a safe and diverse learning environment.

District Mission:

A caring community developing future-ready citizens.

School Mission:

Super Readers * Super Leaders