The Garfield Gators had an awesome Kindergarten Round Up last night! Welcome class of 2036! For details on tonight's round up events, please click here: If you are unable to attend, there is a makeup Kindergarten Round Up at the PHS Early Childhood Center on May 4. Also, students can be enrolled at any date in our administration office at 2720 Riverside Dr.
about 2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Garfielf Kindergarten student
kids on rock climbing wall
kids doing crafts
Kids on boat
Roosevelt Elementary School had a great Kindergarten Round Up yesterday evening! If you missed last night, there are several more chances to attached a "round up." (You can attend any of them, not just the school where your child(ren) will be attending.) Here is the schedule of the remaining round ups this week:
about 2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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Mom and child at KRU 2
Cerees and Karen with student
Mom and child at KRU
On this #TributeTuesday we recognize Tina Oriel at Michigamme Elementary school! Mrs. Oriel was hired in 2014 and has worked with students throughout the district at the elementary level. Thank you for all you do on behalf of your students and school community! We appreciate you! 👏🧑‍🏫🍎
about 2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Tina Oriel
If you have or know of a Kindergartener, this is a reminder that this is the week of our #1PHASD Round Up events. We can't wait to welcome our incoming Kindergarteners! Please click here for more info:
about 2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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PHN 3.5 Ceremony - please click link to view:
about 2 months ago, PHS-TV
PHN 3.5 Award graphic
PHHS soccer Vs. Grosse Pointe South - please click link to view:
about 2 months ago, PHS-TV
PHHS Vs. Grosse Pointe South
#MarchIsReadingMonth2023 Thank you to our community guest readers! Please click link to view:
2 months ago, PHS-TV
Kevin Totty with STEAM Academy students
As March comes to a close, we would like to thank all of the community guest readers who worked with our students at the STEAM Academy at Woodrow Wilson for #MarchIs ReadingMonth! Thank you Mayor Pauline Repp, Kevin Totty from the Community Foundation of St. Clair County, St. Clair County Community Mental Health Exec. Dir. Deb Johnson, St. Clair County Commissioner and Exec. Dir. at Blue Water Developmental Housing Lisa Beedon, Mr. Chuck Kelly from Kelly Law Firm, Tyrone Burrell from S.O.N.S. Outreach, WPHM 1380 radio's Paul Miller and Dr. Doug Baribeau for being some of our guest readers. Thank you to Choze Powell from WGRT and Dean of Students Andrew Bushor. We appreciate you!
2 months ago, STEAM Academy at Woodrow Wilson
Kevin Totty with STEAM Academy Students
Deb Johnson with STEAM Academy students
Lisa Beedon with STEAM Academy students
Tyrone Burrell with STEAM Academy students
"Missed the bus? Just call us!" Transportation services with Blue Water Area Transportation.
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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Thank you to the students from the St. Clair County TEC Digital Media Technology and the intern program for producing this video about the reveal of the new PHHS Red Hawks mascot! Click the link to view the video:
2 months ago, PHS-TV
A partnership with Michigan State University Extension and St. Clair County 4-H provided the opportunity for Garfield Elementary School students to learn about embryology first hand. This week, the chicks hatched! Please click link to view:
2 months ago, PHS-TV
Seniors, please take a moment to review the March 2023 Blue Water College Access Network e-newsletter.
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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On this #TributeTuesday, we would like to share a shout out earlier this month sent from Sandy Magneson! "I wanted to tell you about two outstanding 5th grade teachers. Mrs. Kingsbury and Mr. Page go above and beyond to provide educational experiences for their students. They work as a team to plan and prepare their students for 6th grade. I have volunteered in the classroom and I have seen first hand how much they care for their student. This weekend they came to the arena to watch my granddaughters perform in the annual ice show. To the girl’s amazement they were wearing t-shirts that they had made with the girls picture on them. The girls were thrilled! Port Huron is blessed to have teachers like them!"
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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On this #TributeTuesday, Superintendent Kerhoulas would like to share the following words from Mr. Brad Davis, Director of Bands at Davison Middle School. Dear Port Huron Board Members and Administrators, The purpose of the letter is to outline my appreciation for the immense work and sacrifice two of your teachers put in for the benefit of so many students. Mr. Erick Senkmajer and Mr. Robert Krueger have provided an amazing experience and have gone FAR ABOVE AND BEYOND their call of duty to provide lifetime memories for not only Port Huron musicians, but for so many more students across this state. On behalf of my students, families, and our staff I thank them tremendously for this sacrifice. I would like to acknowledge that what they have done requires EXCESSIVE hours of planning, communicating, organizing, and developing/revising plans. Having hosted and organized band events myself, I have the utmost respect and admiration for these two professionals. This is a tremendous amount of work. While I know they are valued and supported as educators in your district. I wanted to ensure that they were recognized for this contribution. This year has been especially stressful and disappointing to many of our area band programs. We suffered a cancellation of festival performances on two separate occasions this year. Personally, my students had endured so much disappointment having not been able to display all of their hard work. Mr. Senkmajer and Mr. Krueger answered the call and put together a festival site in less than a week. I want to make it known that organizing such an event is overwhelming with even weeks or months to plan. They have quite literally pulled off the impossible. Mr. Krueger put in so many hours to bring his own percussion equipment to PHN so that bands did not have to organize our own movement of equipment. This was so appreciated and such a kind gesture. His communication was amazing and I was completely blown away by his professionalism. Mr. Senkmajer reacted amazingly to a power outage that occurred halfway through the event (while my ensemble was on stage). He could have easily called the event off and canceled. But, instead, he tracked down stand lights and we played our performance in the dark. He was DEDICATED to allowing our student’s work to be displayed. I cannot thank him enough! As a result, my students will have a LIFELONG memory! Not only did your educators host a band and orchestra festival, but they turned around and hosted the biggest event MSBOA offers - State Band and Orchestra Solo/Ensemble Festival. I’M COMPLETELY BLOWN AWAY. This is so much more than is required of a teacher. These two educators are sources of pride to your district and have earned the respect and adoration of many of their colleagues in music education. Thank you for your time and support of these amazing educators,
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
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On this #TributeTuesday we recognize Hannah Palmer at Keewahdin Elementary school! Ms. Palmer was hired in 1999 and has worked with students throughout the district at the elementary level. Thank you for all you do on behalf of your students and school community! We appreciate you! 👏🧑‍🏫🍎
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Hannah Palmer Tribute Tuesday
CONGRATULATIONS to PHS - Port Huron Northern senior Tyler Jamison for receiving the 2023 Hal Schram Mr. Basketball award - the first ever for #1PHASD!
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Entry registration is OPEN for #2023KsForKids fun run on June 8 @ 6 p.m. in Pine Grove Park! Go to:
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Ks for Kids 2023 registration flyer
Board of Education member Spotlight: For the next several weeks, #1PHASD will be showcasing the elected Board of Education members who lead our district. They dedicate countless hours of time and focus on supporting our students, staff and district as a whole. Laurie L. Oldford graduated from Central Michigan University and began her teaching career in the Port Huron Area School District. She has a Master of Social Work degree from Wayne State University and a Master of Arts in Teaching with an Early Childhood Endorsement from Oakland University. Laurie taught in Special Education and Early Childhood Education classrooms for 10 years and went on to become a School Social Worker, working in the majority of the schools in the PHASD for over 19 years. She developed and implemented Conflict Resolution Programs throughout the district, which included Peer Mediation, Staff Training and Classroom Instruction. Laurie is involved in numerous community organizations including St. Clair County Community Foundation - Blue Water Arts Committee and the Port Huron Civic Theatre. She directs the Choirs of St. Joseph, Holy Trinity Parish in Port Huron. Laurie has one son, Vincent, who graduates from Port Huron Northern in June, 2023
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Laurie Oldford and son
Laurie Oldford
REMINDER: The early release schedule for all grades K-12 has been updated from April 12 to April 19.
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Reminder: Early Release April 12 to 19
Kindergartner Vision/Hearing Screening Port Huron Schools is pleased to offer FREE vision and hearing screenings for incoming Kindergarteners with technicians from the St. Clair County Health Department. Screening results are part of the required documentation for entering Kindergarten. McKinley Administration Building at 2720 Riverside Drive May 26, 2023 - 15 minute appointments available beginning at 9:00 a.m. Appointments are required. To schedule an appointment: Please call the Port Huron Area Schools at (810) 984-3101 The Health Department will have walk in days March 27 and April 3, 2023 From 10:30am-5:30pm Screening results should be turned in to the school your child will attend before June 16, 2023. If you cannot make an appointment on this date, you may contact the Health Department to set up an appointment. Please call (810) 987-5300 or contact your child’s physician.
2 months ago, Port Huron Schools
Flyer for Kindergarten Vision/Hearing Screening