District News & Announcements
Having served as an educator in Huron Valley Schools for more than 40 years, I can say that each school year brings renewed enthusiasm for the return of students and families.
Dr. Paul Salah has been selected by the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education to lead the school district as its next superintendent. Following the completion of second-round interviews on Monday, September 24, the board voted 6-0 to begin contract discussions with Dr. Salah. He currently serves as Associate Superintendent of Educational Services for Wayne RESA.
Huron Valley Schools Board of Education Trustee Rebecca Walsh has announced her resignation from the board effective immediately.
From business, marketing and finance to early childhood development and theater production, Huron Valley Schools’ Career and Technical Education (CTE) program offers a variety of options for students interested in learning a trade.
Three candidates have been selected by the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education for second interviews for the position of Superintendent.
New sidewalks around several Huron Valley schools make it safer for students to get to and from classes while also getting some exercise.
In an effort to further advance student safety, HVS is an active participant in the OK2SAY program supported by the State of Michigan.
Three candidates have been selected by the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education for second interviews for the position of Superintendent. The board interviewed six candidates over three evenings and then narrowed the field to three at their meeting on September 14th.
Six candidates will interview for the position of Huron Valley Schools Superintendent over three evenings beginning Monday, Sept. 10.
Since the end of the school year is upon us, it is important to take time and celebrate the good work of our students, staff and community members.