December 21, 2022
Update from Mr. Palmer
A few updates before we dig out of the snow and into the cookies!
Thank you to everyone for supporting our community and local families through our student council. Food donations were shared with "Serve Local", the US Marines picked up BOXES of new toys in our "Toys' for Tots" collection and we raised over 3000$ in a team effort with 5 other elementary buildings to support the Anthony Debord memorial.
Important – Second Semester Report Cards
Second semester report cards will be available only through PowerSchool accounts. Please note, the report card link is not available through the PowerSchool App. Parents will need to use a browser (Edge, Chrome, Safari, etc.). If you use only the PowerSchool App, we recommend you try to log on through a browser. If you need to reset your password, please see the directions at this link. If you need assistance, please call (586-797-6400) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
For more information on how report cards will be shared, where to access the report cards, how to request a new password or set up a PowerSchool account, please see this link.
Report cards will be available through PowerSchool beginning at noon on Monday, January 9, 2023.
The Switzer staff wishes everyone the happiest of holiday seasons and a safe and wonderful New Year!
January 3, 2023
School Assembly January 10
On January 10, 2023, Doug Scheer presents "The Diversity Circus"
No School January 16
Author/Illustrator visits Switzer
Brrr…children are expected to participate in outdoor recess
Recess is an important part of the school day. It gives the children a chance to release some of their pent-up energy, and clear their minds for the remainder of the school day.
All students are expected to go out for recess, unless we have a doctor's note saying they must stay inside. This is true even during warmer months.
At Switzer, students will go out for recess whenever the wind-chill is 10 degrees or higher. We use weather.com to determine the wind-chill.
Proper clothing for outside recess is a necessity. Children should dress warmly with gloves, scarves, boots, coats and hats. Children may not remain in the classroom when their class goes out for recess, since the teachers go outside also.
Please remember we all shop at Amazon, Kohls and Target. Putting initials on glove tags, coat tags and hat tags help keep the lost and found from over flowing. The weather has been kind but Michigan weather has a funny sense of humor.