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District Announcements
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
The Morrice Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. in the Central Office Conference Room.  A regularly scheduled workshop will be held following the Special Meeting.  The agenda will be: 
I.          Pledge of Allegiance
II.         Call to Order 
III.       Roll Call          (Buck, Farrow, Grigas, Gutting, Hammond, Munro, Wilson) 
IV.       Adopt the Amended 2015-2016 Budget 
V.        Adopt the Proposed 2016-2017 Budget 
VI.       Publicly Funded Health Insurance Contribution Act 
VII.      Lunch Price Increase 
VIII.     Approval of MAESPA 2016-2017 Contract 
IX.       State Aid Borrowing 
X.        Hire Sam Manino, Athletic Director 
XI.       Resignation of Elizabeth Findlay, Elementary Teacher 
XII.      Adjournment               
 
 
Budget Hearing
MORRICE AREA SCHOOLS
SHIAWASSEE, LIVINGSTON AND INGHAM COUNTIES, MICHIGAN
NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED 2016-2017 BUDGET
 
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that on June 29, 2016 at 6:30 p.m., at 111 E. Mason Street, Morrice, Michigan, the Board of Education of Morrice Area Schools will hold a public hearing to consider the District’s proposed 2016-2017 budget.

The Board may not adopt its proposed 2016-2017 budget until after a public hearing.  A copy of the proposed 2016-2017 budget, including the proposed property tax millage rate, is available for public inspection during normal business hours at Morrice Central Office, 111 E. Mason Street, Morrice, Michigan.

The property tax millage rate proposed to be levied to support the proposed budget will be a subject of this hearing.


This notice is given by order of the Board of Education.
Joe Grigas, Secretary
2016 Morrice Summer Lunch Program

Free meals will be made available to children 18 years of age and under or persons up to age 26 who are enrolled in an educational program for the mentally or physically disabled that is recognized by a State of local public educational agency.  

Morrice Elementary School Cafeteria
Monday - Thursday 11:45 am - 12:45 pm on the following dates:
  • June 20th - 23rd 
  • June 27th - 30th
  • July 11th - 14th 
  • July 18th - 21st 
  • August 8th - 11th
  • August 15th - 18th

Click here for more information.
School Announcements
2016 Summer School

Morrice Area Schools will be offering summer school/credit recovery this summer.  This program will be open to all current Morrice Jr/Sr High students (7-12).  Limited spots are reserved for students from other districts/buildings.   The program will be run by a certified teacher and will include online courses through COMPASS.  Seats are limited and enrollment will be based on time of request, course needed, and graduation status. 
Deadline for Application: Friday, June 10th
Download Application Here


Time:  9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Dates:
  • Session 1:  June 20 - 23 and 27 - 30
  • Session 2:  July 11 - 14 and 18 - 21
  • Session 3:  Aug 8 - 11 and 15 - 18
 Fee:  $90 per session or $250 for all three sessions
  • Sessions are 2 weeks long (24 hours) and will require students to complete work at home. Computer Lab hours will be available outside of session hours.
  • Students are charged by the session not credits earned.  Students can make up as many credits as possible during each session.  If a student does not complete any credits during a session they will not receive a refund!
  • Most students will need to take a minimum of two sessions to complete credit recovery.
** ​Free lunch will be available at the Morrice Elementary School Cafeteria.  Click here to download the free lunch flyer.
8th Grade Rube Goldberg Machine Presentation Night

The Morrice 8th grade PBL groups presented their Rube Goldberg Machines on Thursday, June 9, 2016.  



This group was voted first place by attendees at the First Annual Rube Goldberg Machine Presentation Night.  The group that worked on this project included:  Jenna Smith, Mandy Miller, Bruce Farrow and Justin Firu.

Students learned about simple machines, work and mechanical advantage in a PBL format.  They designed, assembled and modified their own Rube Goldberg Machines that accomplished a simple daily task using everyday objects. 

The 8th grade PBL class is taught by Mr. Rob Alleman and Mr. Nick Golovich.
 


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