Saturday, January 13, 2018
High School student councils and the DECA programs are selling Little Caesar's Pizza Kits throughout the month. Order forms are due on February 5.
If you are interested in further information, check with Ms. Barnard-Lundgren or Mr. Maudlin.
Twenty-two DECA students from Truman High School and another five from Kennedy High School will advance to state competition after Saturday’s competition.
The group won 18 medals Saturday and have members who wrote papers that will also qualify. The head of the program, Carly Barnard Lundgren, posted that she was “super proud” of her DECA crew, which faced “extremely tough competition” in the district.
All of our students scored well. The blog will have more on this in future posts.
Dear Taylor School District students, parents, and community members:
On behalf of the Board of Education, we would like to ask for your help in sharing your perspective on several topics critical to the development of the district’s next strategic plan.
To help the Board of Education with its strategic planning process, the district has attached a link to a survey on the district website. The data gathering survey is being administered by the MASB Leadership Development team on behalf of the school district and takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Before the holiday season, the Taylor School District's band students held their winter holiday concert at Heinz Prechter Educational & Performing Arts Center at Wayne County Community College’s Downriver Campus.
WCCCD Downiver Campus President Anthony Arminiak offered use of their beautiful auditorium, and a huge “thank you” to all of the middle and high school band students for their excellent performances.
Special thanks also to Hoover Middle School Band Director Jim Bergler, West Middle School Band Director Joann Farmer, and to the combined high school bands director, Andrea Bonner and assistant band director Renee Manhardt.
Here is another photograph from Ms. Danaj’s kindergarten class from Kinyon Elementary School and its visit to City Hall and the Taylor Veterans Museum.
Before the holiday break Randall Elementary School students searched for the Grinch throughout the school. They wanted to make sure he wouldn't steal their holiday spirit.
Student Council organized “Ho Ho Holiday” with candy grams for sale, Mustang Book Corral, school store, and holiday themed spirit week. Monday - Crazy Holiday Hair day; Tuesday - Favorite Holiday Character; Wednesday - Pajama day; Thursday - Snow Day; Friday - Red, White and Green Day.
Randall's Junior BETA Club sponsored "Jingle All the Way" and collected coins December 11-20. The money collected went to our Taylor Animal Shelter. We also collected new hats, scarves, mittens and gloves which were donated to people in our community who were in need.
Thank you to everyone who donated or participated in the activities!
Randall was busy in the weeks prior to break with a lot of Christmas spirit.