When the temperature is warm enough, our Dexter students love the opportunity to head outside and play in all this wonderful snow. The snow also provides an opportunity for families to enjoy more of our Michigan outdoors!… Click image for more info ...
African Mud Cloth
The Cornerstone first grade students created African Mud Cloths. The art staff at Cornerstone provide our students with many opportunities to work with a variety of mediums and learn about numerous types of art.… Click image for more info ...
100th Day of School!!
The students at Cornerstone celebrated the 100th day of school with nbso Zero the Hero! These young five students celebrated by making their own 100 day capes. We have learned so much during these first 100 days of school. We can"t wait to see how much more we learn!!… Click image for more info ...
Dr. Timmis shares his vision
Dr. Timmis shared his vision for a Dexter student: Creating a learning environment where each student is given the resources to individualize their school path is a goal. Dexter students will be the winners in the end!… Click image for more info ...
2015 / 2016 Young Five and Kindergarten Registration
Registration for the 2015/2016 school year starts April 15th.
Registration is held at the Copeland Administration Building: 7714 Ann Arbor St.
Registration dates and times:
April 15th from 12:00pm - 6:00pm
April 16th from 7:00am - 1:00pm
After these dates you may register at either the Cornerstone or Bates offices.
Young five spots are filled on an first come first served basis. Once the spots fill we have a waiting list until there are enough students to fill another class.
Questions can be answered at:
Bates office: (734) 424-4130
Cornerstone office: (734) 424-4120
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!