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All offices of Deckerville Community Schools will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, August 20th from 8:30am to 11:30am. This includes the administrative office, the elementary and high school offices, and the athletic office. All employees, including office staff, will be involved in ALICE Active Shooter Response Training during this time, facilitated by the Sanilac County Sheriff Department. This is part of several safety initiatives that will take place throughout the school year. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
It is with much sorrow that I have accepted the resignation of Yvonne O’Connor as Elementary Principal of Deckerville Community Schools, to be finalized at a special Board meeting on Tuesday, August 13th at 7:00pm. Her final day of employment will be Thursday, August 22nd. Mrs. O’Connor is a dedicated professional educator who has contributed to increased instructional rigor and encouraged the use of best instructional practices among our teaching and paraprofessional staff. During her five years of service to our district, this has led to a tremendous positive influence on the educational outcomes of our students. She will be sorely missed! Though we regret her departure, we congratulate Mrs. O’Connor in her new position as Elementary Principal of Ubly Community Schools. We wish her well, and are confident of her success in her latest professional endeavors. In addition to finalizing Mrs. O’Connor’s resignation, we will discuss ideas and options of replacing her position at a special Board meeting next Tuesday, August 13th at 7:00pm.
Elementary Title Survey for Parents. If you haven't done so already please fill out the survey by clicking on the link below: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2019DeckervilleElemSurvey Your input is very important to us!
With the recent signing of the Snow Day Forgiveness Bill, we no longer need to make up an additional student day. Our last day of school for students is June 12th, 2019.
Eagle 1 Robotics has been working for the past few weeks on building and modifying two power wheels for MIKIDS. MIKIDS is a charity that donates power wheels to kids with special needs. Yesterday we delivered the power wheels to two little boys in Lapeer. It was a great experience to work with this charity.
Varsity Baseball/Softball games are cancelled for today, Monday, April 29th.
Deckerville Community Schools gives a special thanks to Officer Matt Gezequel of Sandusky Law Enforcement, and Port Sanilac Public Safety Director. Officer Gezequel spoke with our students today in two presentations, one for 5-12th grades, and the other for K-4th grades about the elements of ALICE (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate) active shooter response training. Officer Gezequel will return to Deckerville Community Schools for an evening presentation geared to parents and community members. The date and time of this event are still being coordinated. Thank you! Michael S. Hugan Superintendent Deckerville Community Schools
Elementary Picture packets/payment are due Friday, April 26th. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.
Prom is Saturday, April 27, 2019, from 7:00 - 11:00 at Mi-Dahs-Well Banquet Hall. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Informal pictures at the school will be at 2:00 p.m.
Dear Deckerville Community Schools Family and Community, This update addresses continued concerns over student safety, as well as providing important information in regard to ongoing criminal activity in our community and the District’s disposition in regard to Deckerville students who may have been involved in these activities. In recent days and weeks there have been several incidents of illegal activity in Deckerville and its surroundings. Some of these activities have involved current and former students either directly or indirectly. None of these incidents have occurred on District property. Law enforcement officials are continuing to investigate. Unfortunately, things that occur outside of District facilities can often have an adverse effect during the school day, as was the case on Monday, April 15th, when our facility was placed on lockdown. This was in response to an altercation that took place between two students in the high school. Law enforcement was notified and responded immediately. The district remained on lockdown until searches were conducted and until both parties were confirmed to be secure. At no point in time was a direct threat made to students or staff, and there was no “physical” altercation. In light of all of this, during the school day, I am asking our staff to remain on a heightened state of alert for the remainder of the week. Outdoor recess is cancelled until Monday and the pre-school field trip will now be transported by bus, rather than on foot as originally planned. After school activities and sporting events are not being cancelled, however, if a parent or guardian chooses to withhold their student from a practice or event this week, there will be no athletic penalty. Sincerely, Michael S. Hugan Superintendent Deckerville Community Schools
April 15th, 2019 Dear Deckerville Community Schools Family and Community, At approximately 10:30am, Monday, April 15th, Deckerville Community Schools was placed on secure lock down. This was in response to an altercation that took place between two students in the high school. Law enforcement was notified and responded immediately. The district remained on lock-down until searches were conducted and until both parties were confirmed to be secure. The situation is now safe and stable, and students are attending their regular classes. Rest assured, nothing is more important than the safety of our students. Sincerely, Michael S. Hugan Superintendent Deckerville Community Schools
Seniors - a reminder that the Educational Foundation Scholarships are due on Friday, April 12th, at noon.
Reminder: Donuts for Dad’s Friday, April 5th 7:30-10:00am.
Mid Spring Break reading Challenge: To finish off reading month please share pictures of you reading during your spring break. Send pictures to email@example.com Here I am in Kansas City reading with our daughters dog Cooper. Keep Reading!!!
Thursday, March 21Facebook Challenge!! Without reading Chapter 20, use three words to tell how the book, Not Talking, might end.
March 21st, 2019 Inclement Weather Make Up Days Dear Deckerville Community School Members, As you know, we experienced particularly harsh winter weather conditions during the months of January and February this year, bringing our total number of school cancellations to 11 days. Normally, the State allows for up to six cancellations per calendar year. In addition, school districts may apply for a waiver that grants up to an additional three days to be forgiven. Deckerville Community Schools has already applied for and received this waiver, so we have been forgiven 9 days total. This leaves two days that we will have to make up. In reviewing all options, I have decided that the least disruptive option for families will be to hold our first make-up day on, Monday, April 22nd, which is the day after Easter Sunday. On Monday, April 22nd, school will be in session from 8:05am until 2:57pm. The Tech Center will also be open on that day. Our second make-up day will be held on Thursday, June 13th. On Thursday, June 13th, school will be in session from 8:05 until 11:30am. I apologize in advance for any inconvenience this may cause Deckerville families. There has been much talk of granting schools two additional days due to the two days that Michigan was declared to be under emergency. However, as of today, no decision has been made by the legislature. If the State legislature ends up granting us two more days, then we will revert back to our normal school calendar and not have to make up any days. Sincerely, Michael S. Hugan Superintendent Deckerville Community Schools
No Talking Thursday Facebook Challenge: When Mrs. Marlow figures out the No Talking contest, she DOESN’T run and tell the other teachers or the principal or the parents. Why not? When should you tell a secret? When should you not tell a secret? Why is it hard to keep to yourself? Use only three words.
Backpack Food Drive: This is the last week for our Elementary student council Food Drive. Please send any non perishable foods to school to place in the boxes. Thank you!!
Reminder: No Talking Trivia Night Tuesday, March 12th 3:15-4:00. Parents need to attend with their children. Meet in the elementary gym
Reminder: One Book, One School Family Trivia Night is Tuesday, March 12th from 3:15-4:00. Parents must attend with their children, please send a note with your child if you are going to attend. All students and parents attending will meet in the elementary gym.
No Talking Facebook Challenge for Thursday, March 7: In Chapter 3, Andrew Clements lists 17 different things that Dave Packer likes to talk about. What do you like to talk about?
Welcome to our One Book, One School Reading initiative. Every family will get a copy of "No Talking" by Andrew Clements along with a Calendar. Watch for Trivia Tuesday, and Facebook Challenges on Thursday. Click to Listen to Chapt. 1 & 2. https://youtu.be/_T3we1tg13c
Food Drive The Elementary Student Council is having a Food Drive March 4-March 15th. Please send any non perishable foods for our Backpack program to the school. Thank you for your help in this service project.
To: All Staff/Parents From: Michal S. Hugan RE: Extra Precautions Date: March 1st, 2019 Yesterday afternoon, a “threat” was found in the boys’ bathroom across from the high school gym. Although the threat was poorly composed and misspelled, it clearly involved the word “shooter” and the date of March 1st. The words were quickly erased, and the incident was investigated by Mr. Connelly. Mr. Connelly concluded that the threat was not credible. Although Chief Willis and I do not feel that a lock down is necessary, in light of recent events, we feel that extra precautions are warranted. To that end, we have asked for police presence on campus today. I have also informed our offices and kitchen staff, and cancelled outdoor recess for today. Teachers, if you have an outdoor egress in your classroom, please be sure it is secured. Thank you for your vigilance. Michael S. Hugan Superintendent Deckerville Community Schools
At this time there is no power at Deckerville Community Schools.
ALL games and practices are cancelled for this evening Wednesday 2-13-2019.
Pictures for Winter Sports are cancelled this afternoon. The rescheduled date and time are yet to be determined. Thank you!
Let’s keep those reading and math skills sharp. Read your favorite snow story or share your winter math skills!
Schools has been cancelled for Tuesday, February 12, 2019.
School has been cancelled for Thursday, February 7, 2019.
All evening activities for Wednesday, February 6, 2019 have been cancelled.
School has been cancelled for Wednesday, February 6, 2019.
The rescheduled School Board meeting will be held this evening, January 31st at 6:00pm.
School has been cancelled for Thursday, January 31, 2019.
Good Morning, Today's Challenge is to bring out your storytelling skills. Make a diorama or put on a puppet show about your favorite book or story. Email pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay warm and safe!
School has been cancelled for Wednesday, January 30, 2019.
Reading and STEM Challenge: Reminder to email your pictures to Mrs. O'Connor at email@example.com Happy Reading and Building!!
Good Morning!! Thank you for the Great reading that you all did yesterday. Continue reading! Today's Challenge: let's use some of our Math and Science skills by Building a Penny Bridge or Archway. Share your pictures! Let's get everyone involved!!!
School has been cancelled for Tuesday, January 29, 2019.
All evening activities are cancelled for today, Monday, January 28th. This includes athletic events, practices, the PTO meeting, and the Regular School Board meeting. The School Board meeting is rescheduled for Thursday, January 31st at 6:00pm.
School has been cancelled for Monday, January 28, 2019.
Please see linked informational letter from the county High School Principals regarding vaping. https://5il.co/6a7v
School has been cancelled for Wednesday, January 23, 2019.
School has been cancelled for Monday, January 21, 2019.
JR and SR High School exams will run as scheduled for Jan 17 and 18. Dismissal will remain as scheduled 12:15 for both days.
School has been cancelled for Wednesday, January 16, 2019.
Deckerville Community Schools are closed today, Monday, November 26th. This includes all evening activities. Our School Board meeting is rescheduled to Monday, December 3rd at 7:00pm.
Our Football team is heading to Au Gres this Saturday @ 2:00 for a Regional Championship game! We would love to take a spectator bus filled with fans. Students and staff can ride for free! Public may ride for $5. Children 6th grade and under must be accompanied by an adult. Cost for admission is $6. Money is due at sign up. We need 30 to make this happen! Sign up is in the high school office until noon Thursday.
Final football score; Eagles 38, Kingston 20.
Deckerville 56 Genesee 8 Good job Eagles!
HOMECOMING 2018 Dr. Seuss Week Monday-Whoville-Crazy Hair Tuesday-Fox in Socks-Wacky Socks Wed.-Cat in the Hat-Crazy Hat Thur.-1Fish,2Fish,Red Fish,Blue Fish Class color day 7th-Green 8th-Blue 9th-Red 10th-Orange 11th-Black 12th-White Staff-Pink Friday-Oh the Places You'll Go Eagles Wear your Spirit Gear!
The lockers are available to be selected. Schedules soon follow.
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If you need to contact the Guidance Office, please call 810.376.3875!
Parents can demonstrate involvement at home by reading to their children, helping with homework, and discussing school events.