Sunday, November 18, 2018

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL advance marketing-DECA shows Blair Moody pupils the way

On November 13 the Taylor High School advanced marketing/DECA students visited Blair Moody Elementary School's second graders to work with them on an entrepreneurship project, sponsored by Global Entrepreneurship Network.

This is Global Entrepreneurship week: To help promote the topic of entrepreneurship our marketing students did a lesson with the second graders on what entrepreneurship is, and why it is so important.

The second grade students were given supplies and worked in groups with the high school marketing experts to create an innovative new product that they could market and sell.

The DECA idea challenge started this week and the mystery item is paper clips. Schools around the globe are taking part in creating new uses for paper clips and making videos to display their ideas.

Special thanks goes to Erin Micahelis (a DECA alumni) for allowing the students in her classroom at Blair Moody and to Principal Michelle Hernandez, for allowing access in her building.

The students had a blast and we cannot wait for future projects with the schools in our district.

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL tutoring program has started

After school tutoring has begun at Taylor High School (please see flyer). Transportation is provided.

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL: Events include FASFA Night, followed by break

Upcoming Events at Taylor High School:
  • November 19 is FASFA NIGHT! It will be held from 4-6:30 p.m. in the Media Center
  • November 21-23 is Thanksgiving recess. Enjoy! Happy Turkey Day!

P.S. – Remember to get your Griffin wear! Makes a great Christmas gift!

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL holds successful parent-teacher conferences

On November 15 Taylor High School held parent teacher conferences and they were well attended. It was exciting to see such a great turn out. Thank you to all who attended!

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL S.T.E.A.M. class attends construction trades show

On November 14 Mr. Greenberg took a group of Taylor High School students from the S.T.E.A.M. Academy to the “READY, SET, BUILD” Expo at Cobo Hall in Detroit. Students had an opportunity to explore different career opportunities in construction trades.

TAYLOR COMPETITIVE CHEERLEADERS offers holiday bazaar December 8

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL National Honor Society publishes meeting schedule