Pulaski Elementary/Middle School services students in grades PK-8. At Pulaski School, we take pride in working to meet and exceed expectations when it comes to providing our students with the tools they need to succeed. Our high rate of qualified teachers, dedicated parents, and community involvement is the source to increasing academic achievement. Ensuring that all students achieve to their maximum potential is Pulaski Elementary/Middle School’s primary goal.
Pre-School, Kindergarten thru Grade 8, Free Lunch & Breakfast for ALL students, Double Block Reading and Math Classes for ALL grades, School Counselor, School Social Worker, Speech Therapist, School Psychologist, DREAM Zones—After School Programs to enhance Academic and Recreational Activities (Dream Zones), Neighborhood Legal Services -Conflict Resolution, Reality Check Detroit, Media-Computer Center/Library/Family Nights, 21st Century Community Learning Centers, Summer Learning Academy/Community, After-School Tutoring, Accelerated Math & Reading Programs, Science Club, Volunteer Reading Corps for grades K-2nd.
High Quality Pre-Kindergarten
We offer a high quality early learning experience for special needs and general education students 4 years of age by November 1. Detroit Public Schools’ Pre-K classroom curriculum is aligned with the National Early Childhood Standards and Michigan State Board of Education’s Early Childhood Standards of Quality. For more info, go to detroitk12.org/preK
Pulaski School will be a competitive school in academic achievement through the use of continuous improvement strategies so that Pulaski is the first choice for residents and eligible non-residents.
The mission of Pulaski Elementary/Middle School is to create a learning environment that provides every student the equal opportunity to achieve their individual potential. The educational process will take place within a clean, safe and healthy facility.
The Pulaski staff believes that our primary goal is to educate students in an orderly environment that:
- Provides for growth in basic skill areas and essential learning.
- Provides students with opportunities and experiences that lead to the development and acquisition of good study skills, thinking skills and learning strategies that will allow students to be independent learners.
- Improves student achievement.
- Enhances parent and community involvement.
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Casimir Pulaski, for whom the school is named, was a Polish American patriot who was born in 1747, some 40 miles outside of Warsaw, Poland. On George Washington’s recommendation, the Continental Congress appointed Pulaski general of the American cavalry during the American Revolutionary War. Pulaski wrote, “I came here, where freedom is being defended, to serve it, and to live or die for it.” He died in 1779 fighting for American Independence at the battle of Savannah in Georgia. The 32 year old Polish Commander was buried at sea. We honor him as a solider of liberty for all.
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