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Hartland Lakes Elementary School

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3rd Grade Reading Bill

Attached below is an informative HCS document on the new State of Michigan 3rd Grade Reading Law and a number of other helpful links, resources, and suggestions.  As always, please contact Principal Howerton with any questions or concerns.  Thank you!

Lakes PTO Little Caesars Pizza Kit Sale!

Little Caesars Pizza Kit forms went home with students the week of January 14 .  This fundraiser starts on Jan. 22 and ends on Feb. 8.  Pick up will be from 3:30-6:00 on Tuesday, Feb. 19.  I’ve attached the information sheet below.

Hartland Strong!

LES Student-run Credit Union is open every Thursday!

We're so excited about the second year with our student-run LOC Federal Credit Union at Lakes!  Thank you so much to Ms. Stephanie Cole from LOC who is running this wonderful program!  We have a wonderful new team of 4th graders who are working as team members at the credit union this year! You and/or your child can open an account at anytime. 

Keep Reading!--Cromaine Library Link

Below is the link for Cromaine Library's winter events for grades K-4.

Cromaine Winter Events-Grades K-4

In addition, please make sure your children are reading 30 minutes a day the entire year!  Attached below is a link to Cromaine Library.  Thank you!  Mr. Howerton

Attendance Protocol

I've attached a copy of our attendance protocol letter that I sent out with our back to school letters last August.  The entire Hartland district is continuing to make a greater focused and committed effort to work with our parents and community to combat chronic student absenteeism.  Chronic absenteeism is defined as a student missing 15 days per year (excused or unexcused) or 10% of school days (approximately 18 days).  When I speak about absenteeism, I also include in that excessive tardies (arriving late/leaving early). Lake Elementary was able to reduce the number of students chronically absent from 15% during the 2016-17 school year to only 9% during the 2017-18 school year!  We hope to lower that number even more for the upcoming year!   Please read the attachment which outlines the steps our district is taking to help curb chronic absenteeism.  Please contact Principal Howerton with any questions or concerns.
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