Great Lakes Zoological Society visits first grade
Our first grade students were visited by our local Great Lakes Zoological Society this Monday. The students were excited to see the exotic animals and learn new facts. The students took notes and will use the facts in their writing. Thank you to the Great Lakes Zoological Society for presenting… Click image for more info ...
Season of Giving – A BIG Thank You!
Thank you to all the Cornerstone families who donated to Our ground breaking SUV defensive driving courses thoroughly discusses the risk of rollovers, center of gravity and proper loading amongst other specific SUV related topics. our Dexter Family Service and FIA supply drive. You donated over 23… Click image for more info ...
Congratulations to Mrs. Tyrrell class for winning the first Boxtop challenge of the year. Their reward was 20 minutes of extra gym with Mr. McCalla.… Click image for more info ...
Bates students learning Spanish
Bates kindergarten Spanish students had fun while learning "Hola" and "Adiós"… Click image for more info ...
The Board of Education has created a website to share factual information as it researches the possible annexation of Whitmore Lake Public Schools. Information will be updated regularly.
Please click here to see the latest information.
News and Notes
Please click here to download a pdf of the inaugural edition of the Dexter Community Schools News and Notes, a quarterly electronic newsletter. Over the past year, we’ve been focusing a lot of effort on improving communications.
Our weekly Events Lists provide an at-a-glance summary of major events in the district. Our twice-monthly Community Mailing e-mails are a way for local non-profit school and community groups to share their goings-on with a large audience. The Dread Strong Facebook page is a casual bulletin board where students, parents & teachers cheer each other’s accomplishments and events.
Parent Groups at several buildings have started their own Facebook pages. Superintendent forums have helped staff and families share their short- and long-term goals for the district.
And we’ve added a Talk To Us app to our website, where people can ask questions and raise concerns anonymously or request a personal response.
Last, but certainly not least, we are totally revamping the district website. We hope you will find it informative, attractive, and an accurate reflection of all the wonderful things going on in the Dexter Community School District. Stay tuned for a late fall/early winter launch!