District News & Announcements
We are 12 months away from November 2019, when we will ask our community to support Huron Valley Schools vision for renewing, re-imagining and transforming our schools to best prepare students for a successful future.
In October 2016, Michigan became the 37th state to adopt third-grade reading legislation when Gov. Rick Snyder signed Public Act 306 into law.
A longtime proponent of supporting local business, Huron Valley Schools is taking the commitment a step further with a new show produced by HVS-TV.
Three seats on the Huron Valley Schools Board of Education are up for election Nov. 6/
As anyone who owns a house or car knows, when something goes wrong, you need a skilled person to fix your issue as soon as possible.
More than 150 older adults enjoyed a meal and some entertainment Sunday during Huron Valley Schools’ third annual Senior Appreciation Luncheon, held at Milford High School.
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.