Pattengill Elementary

Ann Arbor Public Schools

Pattengill Office 734-994-1961

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  • Popsicles on the Playground Wednesday, August 31st at Bryant Elementary 4-6pm

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  • Welcome to Pattengill Elementary!  

    Our mission is to inspire every student to think, to learn, to achieve, and to care. 

    Puma Paw

    Home of Puma Pride 

    Our school is an upper elementary school consisting of grades 3-5. Our sister school, consisting of grades K-2, is Bryant Elementary.  Together we are:

    Two Schools, One Community

    You can find out more about this unique partnership under the "Our School" tab, "Our History".

     

    Dear Pattengill Families,

    The start of the school year is quickly approaching! The faculty and staff at Pattengill Elementary are looking forward to making this an award-winning year for your child. The teachers are already at work planning exciting activities for the new school year.  Current research regarding best practices indicates that students achieve the greatest amount of progress when their parents are involved in the school. One of our goals this year is to create multiple opportunities for parents to participate in the educational process with their children. So please join in this partnership to make 2016-2017 a productive and educational year for your child!

    Important Information:

    • NEW school hours: First Bell 8:44 a.m. Second (Tardy) Bell 8:47 a.m.  Dismissal 3:50 p.m.
    • There are NO provisions for supervision before or after school.  If your child must come to Pattengill prior to 8:30 a.m., or remain beyond the dismissal time; they must be enrolled in the School-Age Child Care program.  Please call 734-994-2300 for more information regarding this program.    
    • Class placements will be sent via email on Tuesday, August 30th.
    • Please come out for our annual Popsicles on the Playground, Wednesday, August 31st 4:00 - 6:00 pm.                 
    • Bryant/Pattengill are NO NUT schools. Items containing any type of nuts/tree nuts are prohibited.     
    • We strongly encourage fresh fruits & vegetables for classroom snacks.

    We are excited about starting another school year!  We have an outstanding team of staff members who are committed to our community, a great group of students and wonderful supportive families.  All of the elements of school success are present. It is now time to get to work!  Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I look forward to partnering with you and your family this school year!

    Yours in Education,

    Melita Alston

    Principal of Pattengill             

                                                                  

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