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Halecreek Elementary

Relay for Life Raises Funds

This June, Halecreek students, staff, and volunteers worked alongside Relay for Life with a Relay Recess walk to raise awareness and funds for the American Cancer Society. Students walked in order to honor the people in their lives that have been afflicted with cancer. Funds from this year’s fundraiser will go to Relay for Life/Team Pat in honor of former of Romulus PE teacher Pat McCollum. Special thanks to Relay for Life’s Shona Baum and Romulus Fire Dept. for making the day such a success!

Take Your Child to Work Day

Halecreek had 18 little helpers join our staff for Take Your Child To Work Day this April. It was a great opportunity for our staff to help these children experience education through the lens of the teacher. Perhaps the experience will lead to a few of them wanting to become educators themselves one day! Special thanks to Principal Full for allowing our family members to participate in this annual event.

Principal Letter

Dear Parents and/or Guardians,

On behalf of the staff at Halecreek Elementary School, I would like to welcome you to the 2019-2020 school year! I am your new principal and instructional leader, Dr. Bloodsaw. I bring over 27 years of experience to our K-12 community of learners. With just a few days on the job, I am excited to be here and look forward to serving you.

Halecreek Raises Money for Heart Health

Jump Rope for Heart is a program that veteran teacher Gail Milspaugh has stood behind for more than 20 years. The program benefits the American Heart Association, whose main mission is to prevent heart disease and stroke. “ I want all of my students to have healthy hearts. The AHA provides health related resources that I use in my physical education classes,” said Milspaugh. The students pledged more than $15-hundred dollars, the money will go toward heart health research. Any student who made a donation was invited to the gym to jump rope and tally how many leaps they made in a minute.

Staff Bring Kids to Work

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day has been in existence for over two decades. The day is designed to enrich the lives of boys and girls, by exposing them to what a parent or mentor does in their profession. Staff at Halecreek Elementary proved that they share this vision by bringing their children and family members to their school workplace. The goal is to help kids discover career possibilities, so that they can meet their full potential. The staff that participated includes: Ms. Fuss, Ms. Carter, Ms. Schiappacasse, Ms. Markavich,

Congrats, Mrs. Hall! You're Jay Towers in the Morning's Teacher of the Week!

Halecreek Elementary Parent Jessica C. wrote:

Mrs. Hall has been an amazing 3rd grade teacher so far to my daughter! She is kind and very informational and focuses on every student and their higher learning. My daughter has become great at math and English due to her methods. She even taught me a new math trick that I wish I knew when I was in school! What stood out the most for me though is she got every one of her students a scarf she made herself and gloves for Christmas! She's an amazing teacher and definitely deserves an award for best teacher!