Sunday, April 7, 2019

REMINDER: Schedule altered for testing this week

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL testing schedule information

Highlights and Testing Information

Monday, April 8: Regular School Day: All Grades Report

Tuesday, April 9: School Hours: 7:20 a.m. - 12:40 p.m.
11th graders are encouraged to come early, and cannot be late!
9th Grade: No School
10th Grade: PSAT 10 7:20 a.m.-12:50 p.m. Breakfast provided at 7 a.m. in Café A
11th Grade: SAT 7:20 a.m. – 12:50 p.m Breakfast provided at 7 in Café A
12th Grade: No School

Wednesday, April 10: School hours 7:20 a.m.- 11:20 a.m.
Students cannot be late!
9th Grade: PSAT 9 7:20-11:20 a.m. Breakfast provided at 7 in Café A
10th Grade: No School
11th Grade: ACT WorkKeys 7:20-11:20 a.m. Breakfast provided at 7 in Café A
12th Grade: No School

Thursday, April 11th: Regular School Day: All Grades Report

Friday, April 12th: Regular School Day: All Grades Report

HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL students show artistic side

At Hoover Middle School, students are showing their artistic side, through paper sculptures and self-portraits.

TAYLOR PARKS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL welcomes special guest reader

Taylor Parks Elementary School had a special guest read the book "Honestly, Red Riding Hood was Rotten!" to the third-, fourth- and fifth-grade classes.

HOOVER MIDDLE SCHOOL POHI class gets fun visit from nurse

Nurse Julia Miller taught Hoover Middle School’s POHI Class about nutrition by having them make salami, ham and cream cheese roll ups.   

TAYLOR PARKS ELEMENTARY children learn about sound from the best

The Michigan Philharmonic Third Grade Education Program visited Taylor Parks Elementary School.  They shared with the pupils the information about the instruments and how each one produces sound.

TAYLOR HIGH SCHOOL softball seeks golf outing sponsors

VOLUNTEERS NEED to man Bunny Trail April 13

KINYON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL pupils go to Detroit Kid City

Mrs. Thomas Kinyon Elementary School students went to Detroit Kid City. While there they were able to learn about city businesses and community helpers through dramatic play. They also heard stories and brought home goodie bags with Michigan Made products inside.


Johnson Early Childhood Center is out of this world. The children in Mrs. Sute's class recently became excited about things they might find in the sky, while singing “Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star,” so they decided to go on a space adventure. The children decorated a rocket ship as the new entrance to our house area. They used control panels to fly into outer space and they peeked through our space windows to see the earth and galaxy. They also had a chance to write space words and journal about what they might find in space. They even created their own space suits and helmets!