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The Hartland Optimist Club "adopted" 45 Hartland families this holiday season.  With the help of individual families, lots of HCS clubs/sport teams/classrooms/departments, community businesses, and community organizations we will provide all of these families with gifts as identified by their wish lists, canned food provided by the HHS can drive, and potatoes and hams provided by the Optimist Club.  If you were involved in any way, please relish in the joy that together we were able to assist in making the holidays better for 45 families with 116 children.  WOW!!!

The Hartland Gymnastics Competitive Program under the direction of Ms. Brenda Gordon did very well at their first meet of the season December 2-4.  Many girls earning medals and lots of levels earning 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place!  Keep it up girls. 

Personnel and Student Services

Fun Fact:  Employee Count by Category/Department
Administrators: 20
Supervisors/Dept. Heads: 9
Teachers: 280
Food Service: 35
Secretaries/Aides: 68
Bus Mechanics: 4
Transportation Dispatch: 3
Maintenance/Utility:13
Community Education: 59.5
Technology: 6

TOTAL:  497.5  Unofficial Student Count: 5,521

Gratitude and recognition for all of our dedicated Hartland Schools employees.
“Out of our public schools grows the greatness of a nation.”  Mark Twain

Check out our other special "Did You Know" articles on the home pages of the different buildings throughout our district.
 
Hartland Schools 2015-2016 Teacher of the Year - Michelle Wentzel (Creekside Elementary School)
 
Hartland Schools 2015-2016 Support Person of the Year - Greg Sloan, Hartland Schools Maintenance Department

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Winterfest 2017 - January 28
Winterfest 2017 is promised to be a fun event for the entire family.  You can see for yourself in this Winterfest 2017 Preview Video.
 
Sign Up To Receive District Text Messages
Hartland Consolidated Schools now provides the ability for parents to receive communication from the district via text messaging. Parents may choose to opt in to this program on their own.  Follow the link here for instructions and additional information.
 
Hartland DTE Energy Array
You can click on the output tab on this page to see the daily, monthly, and annual generation of the DTE-Hartland Educational Array.
 
Thank You Hartland Community
Hartland Consolidated Schools' Board of Education, Administration and Staff would like to thank the Hartland community for its continued support of our schools and students. It is only with this support that we can continue to provide our students with a premier educational experience. Thank you!
 
Prescription Drug Disposal and Statistics
The instances of prescription drug abuse has sky rocketed in our country, especially by our youth, due to the accessibility of these medicines. Here is an Informative flyer that provides information about the "Big Red Barrel" program in which sites are designated throughout Livingston County for prescription drug drop-off. Please consider accessing these sites to dispose of any unused prescription medicine in your home.
View past "Did You Know?" columns about our district.
 

District Mission, Vision, and BeliefsTop of Page

Mission Statement:  The Hartland Consolidated Schools, in cooperation with the community, will provide a positive environment for the development of productive and caring individuals of all ages.  We are teaching for learning for life. 
 
District Vision:  Hartland Consolidated Schools:  A Community of learners shaping successful tomorrows.
 
We believe in the 3 R's:
...RESPECT of self, others, and school
...REASON as a basis for problem solving
...RESPONSIBILITY for personal actions and learning
 

Hartland Schools Teacher and Support Person of the YearTop of Page

"2016-2017 Teacher
of the Year"
Rob Jellison
Hartland Middle School at Ore Creek
Rob Jellison Teacher of the year
"2016-2017 Support Person
of the Year"
Rachael Wright
Hartland Schools
Village Elementary Secretary
Rachael Wright Support Person of year