Huskie Highlights

Hemlock & K.C. Ling Elementary Newsletter

Huskie Heroes!

Thank you, Hemlock Students, for everything you are doing right now to help out your families, your community, and our world!💙🐾💙

Distance Learning Shout Outs

As we continue on with distance learning for the remainder of the year, we are going to start celebrating the efforts of our Huskies. Each week we will recognize students that are "rocking remote learning!" Here is the next round of shout outs sent in from classroom teachers.
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A message from Mr. Killingbeck....

The Hemlock Public School District believes in partnering with families and the community. Communication, with any relationship, is crucial and it is essential to our vision and mission to keep our district informed.

Board of Education President Ellison, said, “In today’s fast-paced world, there are so many options for communication that it’s important to know which method suits our students and parents best and cater to their needs.”

The school district in an effort to enhance and improve communication has worked to update the school website and create a downloadable Hemlock Huskie App. Please click on the link for step by step directions at http://www.hemlockps.com/directions-to-download-notification-app-to-your-mobile-device

These efforts have helped coordinate our communication and provide instant access to parents to relevant information such as our new Huskie Hub to keep students and teachers connected.

Superintendent Don Killingbeck said, “Improving our digital footprint and enhancing our communication platform is just another example of Hemlock Public School Districts’ commitment to our families and community.”

We are Huskies!

Have you accessed the Huskie Hub?

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Huskie Hub

Click on the button to access Hemlock Public School District's Distance Learning Hub. This is a "one-stop-shop" for all your learning needs.

Raucholz Memorial Library Summer Library Challenge is coming soon!

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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


#hemlockproud #hemlockstrong #supportlocal #shoplocal

Virtual Story Time

Rauchholz Memorial Library will be offering virtual storytime every Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. To join, visit the Rauchholz Memorial Library Facebook page.
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FREE RESOURCE FOR HEMLOCK FAMILIES

Age of Learning is providing you with free at-home access to their online learning programs ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ while school is closed. These research-based educational programs include thousands of digital learning activities, and they can help preschool, pre-k, elementary, and middle school students keep learning while schools are closed. All three programs can be used on computers, tablets, and smartphones, and you can add up to three children per account. To redeem your free subscription, please follow the directions below.
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