Haisley Elementary School is the home of the Huskies! We are located on the northwest side of Ann Arbor. We focus on high-quality teaching to set up all of our Huskies for success. We offer a range of exciting programs and opportunities for students. A few of the amazing opportunities that our students enjoy are Project Lead the Way (a STEM-based, hands-on, project-based curriculum), Haisley Players, a student theater group that puts on a full-scale, Broadway-style play each year. We are committed to engaging families and building strong community connections to make Haisley feel like home to ALL. Please continue to visit our school’s website for updates and information. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out via email at email@example.com or call our school at 734-994-1937.
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 lifelong learning.
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.
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Tech Help Information for Families:
Student & Family Help Desk (734-997-1222) (for Spanish call 734-997-1246)
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The Ann Arbor Public Schools has partnered with PowerSchool Enrollment to allow parents to pre-enroll their students online. Please see our Who Can Apply page for more information.
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