Saturday, February 17, 2018
Can you believe it’s already been 50 years since we graduated from John F. Kennedy High School? We want to catch up with you and other classmates and find out what’s been happening in your life over all these years. So please mark your calendar for October 6th, 2018 when we will hold our 50th JFK Reunion at Taylor Meadows Golf Course.
Come and renew old friendships and share old memories as the JFK class of 1968 gets together for our 50th Reunion:
Place: Taylor Meadows Golf Course
25360 Ecorse Rd.
Taylor, MI 48180
Date: October 6, 2018
Time: 6:30 PM to 11:30 PM
Cost: $40.00 for dinner and dancing. There will be a cash bar.
Please mail checks to: Nancy Strong
35626 Pinecrest Ct.
New Boston, MI 48164
Make check payable: John F. Kennedy Class Reunion
Please forward this to all “68” classmates that you are in contact with or send us their information.
Nancy McVay Strong email@example.com 734-654-8395
Mary Burgraph Baugh firstname.lastname@example.org 734-512-7272
Lynn Carson Boughton email@example.com 517-902-4406
Please send us your email address if we do not have it.
Regular mail gets costly.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.
The Kennedy High School Class of 1978 is having a reunion on August 18, 2018, at the Masonic Hall, 23263 Goddard Road.
Dinner and dancing will be offered throughout the evening, which begins at 7.
There will be a picnic in the park on Sunday, August 19.
Cost $35 send checks to JFK class reunion c/o Kathy Davis 11141 Westpoint St. Taylor, Mi 48180. For more info email email@example.com.
The Taylor School District’s new Taylor High School Wall to Wall Academies concepts continue to spark discussions across the community.
Recently the high school and district administrators welcomed eighth graders and their parents to the 2018 Taylor High School Wall to Wall Academy Parent Night presentation at Truman High School in Cafe A. There was a fantastic turnout, and after an informative power point presentation, an engaging Q&A took place about all of the exciting changes being made in preparation for next fall.
In addition to parents from Hoover and West middle schools, we were excited to welcome parents from Taylor Prep, Summit Academy, and Trillium as well.
Highlights of the presentation and Q&A included the district's intentional focus on aligning all courses into the four pathways to ensure students are able to target their personal areas of interest as they schedule courses, building a network of community business and industry partners to support the multiple industry certifications that our students will be able to receive, and ensuring students have access to business internships, adult business mentors, job-shadow experiences, and other meaningful learning experiences while still in high school.
More meetings and presentations will come in the future.