We're getting ready for an exciting game of hoops as Milford High School introduces its brand new, student-led Unified Basketball team, hitting the MHS court tonight at 6:30 p.m. Unified Sports is a Special Olympics program inspired by a simple principle: training and playing together is a quick path to friendship and understanding for athletes of all abilities. Let's go Mavs! #HVSProud
Apollo Early Childhood students have been talking about hibernation and the different tracks animals make in the snow. After reading the book "Footprints in the Snow" together, students used play animals and finger paint to make their own tracks.
Students from Oak Valley Middle School art classes participated in an art show this week. Each chose his or her favorite piece to display, and families and students enjoyed seeing and discussing the creative work. We are in awe of the talent these students exhibit!
The Huron Valley Community Coalition's Drugs 101 program scheduled for tonight will now be held on Zoom. This free, 60-minute program gives an overview of substances teens may misuse, as well as communication techniques for opening a conversation with your kids. The program places an emphasis on vaping, marijuana, alcohol and prescription drugs.
Huron Valley Adult Education is enrolling now. Classes begin Jan. 24. Students past their graduation year who are seeking a GED/diploma, or adults who are interested in ESL classes, adult reading improvement or our CNA program, can call 248-676-8398 for information.
Calling all Huron Valley 8th graders: The International Academy West is now accepting applications for the Class of 2026. A prospective student and parent information meeting is scheduled for TONIGHT at 7 p.m., Tuesday, Jan. 11 in the LHS CPA.
Thank you to the Milford Country Clickers knitting group for providing hundreds of beautiful handmade hats (and some gloves and mittens, too) for our students at every level. #keepingthemwarm
Thank you Tom Oltesvig, Commander, VFW Post 9914 and Joe Salvia, Commander, AMVETS Post 2006, for attending the HVS Board of Education meeting tonight to help us honor veterans.
Last week, Mr. Howe and his AP Government classes led Lakeland High School in honoring our community’s veterans as part of Lakeland’s 14th Annual Veterans Day program. It was a wonderful opportunity for students to learn about the history of Veterans Day and meet six generations of local veterans representing all branches of the military. Thank you, veterans!
After 30 years as an HVS kindergarten teacher, Mrs. Barb Johnson was honored at an HVS Board of Education meeting as a Huron Valley Hero. We are so thankful for all she continues to volunteer with the Highland Elementary community and were proud to honor her.
The new Huron Valley Marching Band took first place at Sparta Invitational in their inaugural competition as a combined HVS band. Congratulations!
Congratulations Tate and Caitlin, Lakeland High School's 2021 Homecoming King and Queen!