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There will be an Academic Advisory Council Public Meeting on Wednesday, June 29, 2016, 3:00-6:00 p.m. at Martin Luther King, Jr. Senior High School.
Carstens Academy of Aquatic Science at Remus is closed today June 28, 2016 due to a building problem.
Transition Manager Judge Steven Rhodes and State Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo to Host Joint Public Meeting
Meeting to provide details on the District’s FY17 budget and an update on recent DPS legislation
Transition Manager Judge Steven Rhodes and State Representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo will host a joint public meeting to provide the residents of Detroit with a legislative update, as well as give details on the FY17 budget for the new Detroit Public Schools Community District. Interim Superintendent Alycia Meriweather will also provide an academic update.
Renaissance High School
6565 Outer Drive
Detroit, MI 48235
Thursday, June 23, 2016
Transition Manager Judge Steven Rhodes
Interim Superintendent Alycia Meriweather
State Representative Sherry Gay-Dagnogo
State Representative LaTanya Garrett
State Representative Brian Banks
Under the leadership of Pasteur Elementary School’s Science Instructional Specialist Tracy King students were able to use science inquiry while conducting scientific investigations in preparation for the 2016 SEFMD (Science and Engineering Fair of Metropolitan Detroit). Students received five gold (1st place ribbons) and five blue (2nd place ribbons) at this metropolitan science fair. This accomplishment is monumental because it is rare that students at an elementary level compete in the SEFMD and place at such a high ranking during their first submission to the metropolitan science fair The educational achievement truly “took a village” teachers assisted students as they conducted primary science investigations while being guided and mentored along the way using the scientific method. The students were instructed
The middle school/old building at Emerson Elementary School is closed Friday, June 17, 2016. This means that there will be no class tomorrow in the old school building for any students. The elementary school/new building will, however, remain open and classes will be held for students in grades PK through 5. All Staff from the middle/old school building must still report.
The middle school/old building at Emerson Elementary School will be closed again tomorrow, Friday, June 17, 2016. This means that there will be no class tomorrow in the old school building for any students. The elementary school/new building will, however, remain open and classes will be held for students in grades PK through 5. All Staff from the middle/old school building must still report.
The middle school/old building at Emerson Elementary School is closed today Thursday, June 16, 2016. This means that there will be no class today in the old school building for any students. The elementary school/new building will remain open and classes will be held for students in grades PK through 5. All Staff from the middle/old school building must still report.
2015-2016 Fall Sports PSL Division One Football Champions: Martin Luther King High School PSL Division Two Football Champions: Northwestern High School PSL Junior Varisty Football Champions: Cass Technical High School MHSAA Division Two Champions: Martin Luther King High School PSL Boys Cross Country: Cass Technical High School PSL Girls Cross Country: Renaissance High School PSL Girls Volleyball: Renaissance High School PSL Girls Swim: Cass Technical High School 2015-2016 Winter Sports PSL Class A Girls Basketball Champions: Martin Luther King High School PSL Class A Boys Basketball Champions: East English Village Preparatory Academy MHSAA Class B Boys Basketball Champions: Henry Ford High School 2015-2016 Spring Sports PSL Baseball Champions: Western International High School PSL Softball Champions: Renaissance High School
Munger Elementary-Middle School science students and their families traveled to Clinton River, next to Yates Cider Mill, on Saturday, May 14 to release their student-raised salmon into the the river! Students were able to witness their salmon take to the river as they make their way to the Great Lakes! Read more about Munger’s Salmon in the Classroom!
Hundreds of volunteers came out and braved the weather to clean up the area around Cody High School on Saturday, May 14. Materials sponsored by Lowe’s and Home Depot, helped the volunteers, including students, celebrate the 12th Annual Arab American Youth Service Day by cleaning up the grounds around the school and neighborhood park. Volunteers from the Greening of Detroit also pitched in to assist with planting flowers, and other landscaping projects to beautify the exterior of the school. Principal of Cody-DIT, Ms. Latoya Hall-King, and staff members were on hand to welcome the sponsors, which included ACCESS and DTE Energy, with their volunteer efforts.