District News & Announcements
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Comprehensive Cost Containment Plan
Over the past few months, the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education and Central Office Administrative Team have worked to develop a fiscally responsible, comprehensive cost containment plan in an effort to identify multiple strategies to reduce costs and enhance revenue.
LHS Equestrian Team - State Champions
Sunday, the Lakeland Equestrian team completed a magical season of excellence, winning the M.I.H.A Division A State Championship. The competition, held over four days at the Midland County Fairgrounds, included over 40 of the best high school teams in the state of Michigan.
Oxbow Elementary Para Educator Presented with Getaway Package
Thad Szott of Szott Automotive Group, presents Paula Probstfeld of Oxbow Elementary with a Weekend Getaway Package and vehicle of her choice to use for the weekend.
HVS Student Names National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist
Milford High School Senior, Julia Schwendenmann, has been named a 2017 National Merit Scholarship Program Semifinalist.
Western Oakland County Parenting FAir
Szott Auto Group Donates $60,000 To Huron Valley Schools
Huron Valley Schools is thankful to the Szott Auto Group for their very generous donation to HVS. The Lakeland High School football field is now named Szott Auto Group Field East, and the Milford High School football field will be named Szott Auto Group Field West.
HVS Board of Education Names Interim Superintendent
The Huron Valley Schools Board of Education named Dr. Nancy Coratti Interim Superintendent at its meeting on Monday, August 15, following the resignation of current Superintendent Jim Baker.
HVS Board of Education seeks to name Interim Superintendent
With the pending departure of HVS Superintendent Jim Baker, the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education hopes to name an interim superintendent at its August 22 meeting.
HVS Information for Prospective Board of Education Members
The next regular election for Board members will be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2016. Four seats on the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education will be filled during the election. All four positions are for a four-year term from January 1, 2017 to December 31, 2020.