District News & Announcements
To address our staffing shortage and provide families with a more consistent transportation schedule, we will bus students on alternating days beginning Monday, September 27.
Johnson Elementary, Kurtz Elementary and Muir Middle School are closed today, Wednesday, Sept. 8, due to a power outage.
Her choirs have performed all across the Huron Valley over the years: concerts and musicals at Milford High School, of course, but also at numerous business and community organizations, churches and other groups.
The Huron Valley Schools Board of Education recently elected new officers to one-year terms that began Monday, June 21. In a unanimous vote, Sean Carlson was elected as the board’s president, while Denise Forrest, Denise Pistana and Lindsay Cotter were elected vice president, treasurer and secretary, respectively.
Huron Valley Schools will host the Oakland County Health Department for a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic on Wednesday, May 26 from 3:30-7:30 p.m. at Oak Valley Middle School.
In just a few short months, National Junior Honor Society students at Muir Middle School have taken on a number of projects aimed at making their community a better place.
Rubik’s Cubes, Play-Doh, fidget spinners, coloring books, sticker pages and other stress relieving toys are among items recently distributed to HVS social workers, thanks to a project facilitated by the Huron Valley Community Coalition.
Huron Valley Schools is seeking support staff in many departments and will host a job fair on Friday, April 16 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Milford High School, 2380 S. Milford Road.
Every morning, the Eiffel Cafe brews up fresh, hot coffee and tea for staff at White Lake Middle School, and every morning -- and afternoon -- the students who run the cafe gain new confidence and new ability.
HVS Superintendent Dr. Paul Salah will host a Virtual Coffee Hour Wednesday, March 24 at 6:30 p.m.
A link to the meeting can be found here.