Haisley Elementary

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  • Coffee with the Principal

    Posted by Kristin Stoops at 9/30/2015 1:00:00 PM

    Coffee with the Principal will take place, Friday, October 9th from 9-9:45 in the conference room.  All are welcome to enjoy an informal opportunity for school updates and questions answered.  Coffee and snacks will be provided.

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  • News Blast: 9.28.2015

    Posted by Kristin Stoops at 9/28/2015 7:25:00 AM

    Curriculum Night: Tuesday 9/29/15, 6:30-8 PM

    Join us for Curriculum Night, an opportunity to learn more about what this school year will bring, opportunities for volunteering and involvement at Haisley, and gather with our community!

    6:30-8 PM: Parent volunteers will be hosting event tables all night long in the lobby- come talk to us and get involved!

    6:30-7 PM: Upper Elementary teachers will present

    7-7:15 PM: "Hall" time: come and mingle!

    **7 PM: 5th grade CAMP Q&A session in the MPR

    7:15-7:45 PM: Lower Elementary teachers will present

    Unfortunately, we were unable to secure child care for curriculum night. We urge you to use your own resources, and if that doesn't work out please don't let that stop you from coming! See you Tuesday night!

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    PTO Meeting with Special Guests: Thursday 10/1/15, 7 PM

    Parents: Mark your calendars for the PTO Meeting Thursday, October 1. From 7-7:30 PM, Peace Neighborhood Center will be presenting at the meeting. Peace offers family-focused programs, which assist many of the students at Haisley. Come and learn about Peace, how they can help your child or how you can help them! It will be worth your time!

    Everyday Mathematics Website Videos

    Struggling with your children’s math homework? Scratching your head as you watch them add three digit numbers? Check out the following page on the Everyday Mathematics website for two to four minute videos explaining the algorithms for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division that our children are learning: http://everydaymath.uchicago.edu/teaching-topics/computation/

    Picture Day and Count Day: Wednesday, 10/7/15

    Once again BAK photography will be taking our school pictures this year. Picture day is scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 7th. Picture make up day is Wednesday, November 18th. Count Day is also Wednesday, Oct. 7th. Please try to have your student here and on time so they can be counted! Order forms to be sent home tomorrow, Tuesday, Sept. 29

    PTO Silent Auction!

    Make sure to stop by the PTO Silent Auction table at Curriculum Night, where you can buy admission tickets, sign up to volunteer, or inquire about donations. 50/50 raffle tickets will also be available for purchase, with the drawing taking place at the auction on November 20, 2015. Raffle tickets will be available to purchase leading up to the event, and will also be sold at the auction prior to the drawing. Half the raffle ticket sales will go towards the PTO, and half will go to one lucky winner! See you there!

    Formal invitations and information will be coming home soon via backpack mail. Tickets for admission and the 50/50 raffle can be purchased via the order form on the invitation. Please contact Laura Koch with any questions, at LauraKRN@gmail.com.

    Donations needed

    The auction committee is actively seeking donations for our annual PTO auction. Maybe you own, or have connections with, a local business and can contribute a service, item, or gift basket. Sporting tickets and gear are also popular, or perhaps you can host an arts and crafts party, or cocktail party for a fixed number of guests!   Some exciting donations so far we’d like to highlight include a personalized rain garden plan, ballroom dance lessons, and a family pack of tickets to the Hands On Museum! If you have an item to donate, we’d love to hear from you! Please contact Courtney Nathan at callennathan@gmail.com or Rosy von Rutte at rosyvonrutte@gmail.com.

    PTO Thrift Shop

    A special thanks goes out the Ann Arbor PTO Thrift Shop located at 2280 S. Industrial Hwy. Their continued support helps Haisley students with enrichment activities such as field trips. Please donate books, clothing, toys, furniture, and household items to the PTO Thrift Shop. 



    To submit an item to the weekly Haisley Eblast, please email Nicki Pilz at nicki.pilz15@gmail.com by Sundayat noon. You can also find school news on the Haisley Website.  For PTO News, follow us on Facebook and visit our Website

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  • When should children stay home from school?

    Posted by Kristin Stoops at 9/22/2015 5:25:00 PM


    Greetings from the Nurse’s clinic,

    We have had a very busy first 3 weeks of school, but I think everyone is settling in. I wanted to remind you about some of the policies and guidelines here at school for medications and “sick children”.

    All Medications: either prescription or over the counter need a Doctor order for us to administer the medications at school. The Dr.’s own form, or our medication form which is located on our website or in the school office can be used.

    When to keep a child home from school:

    1. Fever: A child has a temperature of 100 degree F taken by mouth or by ear, or 99 F taken under the arm. The child should not return to school until they are fever free for 24 hour without using fever reducing medications.
    1. Diarrhea: A child has two loose stools or watery stools, even if there are no other signs of illness. The child should have no loose stools for 24 hours prior to returning to school. Exception: A healthcare provider has determined that it is not infectious.
    1. Vomiting: A child that is vomiting. The child should have no vomiting episodes for 24 hours prior to returning to school. Exception: a healthcare provider has determined that it is not infectious.   
    1. Rash: the child develops a rash and has a fever or a change in behavior. The child needs to be seen by a healthcare provider to determine that the child is not infectious.

    Thank you for your help in keeping our Haisley community healthy!

    Feel free to contact me with any questions.






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  • Welcome to Haisley Elementary, home of the Huskies!  

    Haisley Elementary School Vision Statement

    Haisley School is a place where:

    • every student experiences academic success

    • a consistently rigorous curriculum is guaranteed for every student

    • students’ individual needs are met

    • social learning in every classroom promotes acceptance and inclusion among all students

    • teachers, staff and parents model respectful and equitable relationships among all members of the community, regardless of race, religion and economic status.


    Haisley Elementary School Mission Statement

    All students at Haisley School are embraced as successful learners, critical thinkers and responsible citizens.  The Haisley School community provides enriching and culturally relevant educational experiences, while inspiring all students to be leaders who value positive relationships and life long learning.




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