Sunday, June 16, 2019

ROBOTICS TEAM honored the late John Dingell

U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell attended the Big Bang Robotics competition at the Taylor Sportsplex with a number of schools from Southeast Michigan. Taylor High School has named its robot John Dingell, after the late congressman. “I may cheer a little more for them than I admit,” she said.

RANDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL youngsters take trip

While Randall Elementary School's fifth graders celebrated their completion last Friday its first grade friends took a trip to Kensington Metro Park Farm.

RANDALL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL fifth graders honored

Congratulations to Randall Elementary School’s fifth graders for completing the years in elementary. Their assembly was held recently followed by a catered lunch from Secret Recipes and a dance with DJ afterwards. The fifgth graders and teachers would like to thank the PTO for sponsoring everything and for all their hard work helping us celebrate the day!

Congratulations to Ivy and John for being awarded the Margaret Pilon Citizenship award for 2018-19. Margaret Pilon was a past principal who believed highly about citizenship. It is awarded every year to one or two students who show outstanding citizenship at Randall.

Also, we had three students with perfect attendance this year. Great job Logan, Trey, and Fabian for never missing a day of school!

Principal Mezaros read "I Wish You More" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal to the students and parents at the end of the assembly. Lots of tears from all the wishes. More treasures than pockets; More hugs than ughs; More umbrella than rain; More give than take; More we than me; More woohoo than whoa; More stories than stars; More pause than fast forward. The staff wishes all the fifth graders the best and more!

MCDOWELL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL celebrates retirements

Retirement farewell and yummy treat at McDowell Elementary School! They have been celebrating with three of their favorite teachers - Elizabeth Bochenek, Erin Hardin and Sherry Hutchison - as they culminate a combined 82 years teaching in Taylor School District. We wish them well in whatever they choose to do next.  Ms. Bochenek and Mrs. Hardin visited every classroom to say goodbye. They played ice cream truck music and charged a goodbye hug for treats.


A small portion of Taylor Parks Elementary School’s Field Day Money was donated to the Taylor Animal Shelter.


First graders researching animals with fourth grade buddies at McDowell Elementary School.


Taylor Parks Elementary School had its fifth grade Clap Out. Students lined the halls to wish the fifth graders well as they are promoted to sixth grade. The fifth graders were given a special lunch and then went off to bowl at Skore Lanes. Good luck fifth graders as you head off to middle school.