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Howell Police Department and Howell Public Schools Announce New School Resource Officer
The Howell Police Department and Howell Public Schools are pleased to announce a renewed partnership that will bring a School Resource Office (SRO) back to Howell Public Schools starting with the 2017-2018 school year.
Two Southeast students pose with a City of Howell employee and their teacher
Southeast Elementary Third Grade Students Help Keep Howell City Park Clean
When community members visit Howell City Park this summer, they will be greeted by brochures created by third-grade students at Southeast Elementary.
A student shares her portfolio with her guest.
First Grade Students At Hutchings Elementary Open Reading and Writing Restaurant
To showcase their reading and writing skills students in Jana Jilek-Wolfe’s first-grade class at Hutchings Elementary held the grand opening of the Wolfe Pack Reading and Writing Restaurant.
A cadet shakes the hand of an area fire chief
Howell Public Schools Fire Academy Graduates Its Fourth Class of Future Firefighters
The Howell Public Schools Fire Academy celebrated its latest class of future firefighters during a graduation ceremony Thursday, June 8.
Students present their class research binder to Potter Park Zoo staff
Challenger Kindergarten Students Become Animal Researchers
Kindergarten students in Mrs. Danielle Wlodarczak’s class at Challenge Elementary became animal researchers during a recent project.
A student shares her book review poster with family and friends
Book Reviews by Northwest Students to be Posted at Howell Carnegie Library
This summer book reviews by fourth-grade students at Northwest Elementary will be displayed at the Howell Carnegie Library as a way to promote summer reading.
Students release their salmon into the Red Cedar River
Highlander Way Middle School Students Release Chinook Salmon
On Wednesday, May 31, students in Mrs. Kristie Hannon’s eighth-grade science classes said goodbye to the Chinook salmon they have helped raise as they released fish into the Red Cedar River in Okemos.
A Hutchings Elementary Student Throws A Ball During Tigers' Math Day
Hutchings Elementary Tigers’ Math Day is a Home Run
Recently Hutchings Elementary third-grade students took their math lessons to the ballpark during Tigers’ Math Day.
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