BREAKING NEWS: Updated last day of school

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BREAKING NEWS: Updated last day of school

Happiness. While working on a robotics project, eighth graders Emily VanPelt and Kenzie Dalton express happiness when told they will get out of school a day early.

Happiness. While working on a robotics project, eighth graders Emily VanPelt and Kenzie Dalton express happiness when told they will get out of school a day early.

Happiness. While working on a robotics project, eighth graders Emily VanPelt and Kenzie Dalton express happiness when told they will get out of school a day early.

Happiness. While working on a robotics project, eighth graders Emily VanPelt and Kenzie Dalton express happiness when told they will get out of school a day early.

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Superintendent Karl Heidrich announced that the State of Emergency forgiveness, and the additional waiver of days the Michigan Department of Education approved for our district, now allows our school year to end on Thursday, June 6, 2019, as originally scheduled in the calendar. We now will have a full day of school on Wednesday, June 5, and a half day of school on Thursday, June 6.

Following the announcement, principal Jeffrey Trapp said high school “3rd & 4th block exams will be on Wednesday, June 5, and 1st & 2nd block exams will be on Thursday, June 6.”

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