SC Community Education

Partnering together to serve our students and community.

Community Education & Information

Click Here to the most recent Swartz Creek Connection: Community Education & Information Brochure.

Check out all of the programs and services we have available to our students and the community. Whether your are interested in participating, donating, or even shopping our new online store for the latest Creekwear, we have what you are looking for.

Call us at (810)591-4388 or complete and turn in the Registration Form on page 23 of the brochure.

Buy Creekwear!

You can either visit our new online Creekwear Store at or come in to Swartz Creek's Cage Community Center to see what he have in stock. Through our new online store, we sell the latest designs for Swartz Creek shirts, sweatshirts, hats, and much more for both Adults and Youth!

Swartz Creek Community Mission Board

Our mission is to build a bridge between our school district and community in with the purpose of supporting and serving the needs of our students and members in the community.

The Swartz Creek Community Mission Board is made up of representatives from each of the schools, religious organizations, volunteer organizations, state departments, and businesses within the Swartz Creek community. The board will be chaired by David Simancek, Director of Child and Community Development, who will organize and facilitate the monthly meeting where we discuss and coordinate our activities and school/community service projects and partnerships.

Click here to learn more about our Community Mission Board and how you can partner with us in serving our students.

Make announcements on the Community Education Marquee

Click Here for the Marquee Announcement Request Form

Community Education Offices

Swartz Creek Community School's Cage Community Center

(810) 591-4388

4110 Morrish Road

Swartz Creek, MI 48473

David Simancek

Director of Child and Community Development

Nicole Moon

Secretary, Community Education

We already have the space. We already have volunteers. Now, we just need to come to the table and collaborate on making it happen.