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The staff at Schickler Elementary will work with parents and community members to create a school culture that promotes learning and supports continuous educational development. 

We will provide positive learning experiences, foster high expectations, and create an environment that encourages cooperation and builds mutual respect.

Important Information for Parents

Click here for Parent-School Partnership Survey Spring 2014
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Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) Meeting -
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13 at 9:30 in the Schickler Office


      

 

BELL SCHEDULE

       8:05 Doors open for student breakfast.

        *If students are not eating they must stay outside until the 8:15 bell.

8:15 Students may go to the classrooms.

 

8:24 Tardy bell rings and class begins.

 

Lunch Schedule:

11:10 – 11:30  2nd, 3rd, ¾ split

11:40 – 12:00:  E5, K, 1st

12:10 – 12:30:  4th, 5th

 

Recess Schedule:

11:30 – 12:00 2nd, 3rd, ¾ split

12:00 – 12:30  E5, K, 1st

12:30 – 1:00:  4th, 5th

 

3:20   Bus Rider Dismissal

3:25   Car-rider/Walker Dismissal

3:45 Office Closes







 




What's New
From Darlene Gannon: Thursday morning the Rolland-Warner service learning class and book club hosted the first YA Café of the year generously funded by the school’s PTC. More than 120 students gathered in the media center before school to hear sixth grade math teacher, Rebecca Johnson, give a book talk on Dan Poblocki’s book, Ghost […]
This week’s inclement weather served as the perfect backdrop for a reminder about weather-related school closings. As the snow flies, sometimes rumors and misinformation accumulate with it. Just so everyone is on the same page, here’s a quick refresher course on our process (with one change for 2014-15): Several district employees, including our directors of […]
Lapeer Community Schools Superintendent Matt Wandrie will tell “The Lapeer Story” at the 2014 Innovative Schools Conference on December 9 in Lansing. The organizers of the conference sought out “recognized innovators” who focus on innovation as a district-wide model. They found one in Lapeer. Wandrie said the opportunity will put Lapeer in the spotlight as […]
On Saturday, December 6, the Lapeer High School Marching Band will take part in the Holiday Lighted Parade through downtown Lake Orion. More than 75 entries participate in the parade each year, including many civic organizations and school groups. This is a great opportunity to showcase our loud and proud, 165-member, Lightning Marching Band! Please […]
LAPEER, Michigan – Lapeer FIRST Robotics Team 1684, the Chimeras, took second place in the Bloomfield High School Girls Robotics Competition this month.The team, which was ranked 32nd after September’s Kettering competition, was determined to turn their robot into a contender and worked late every evening for nearly two weeks to remake the bot, said […]

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