5645 School Street

Haslett, MI 48840

Phone: 517-339-8202

Fax: 517-339-7359

Judy Tegreeny, Principal

tegreeja@haslett.k12.mi.us

Daily Schedule:

8:17 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Student Enrollment: 414

 We are: Goal Setters  Team Players Kind to All

 
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M-Step Assessment Information

The 2014-15 Michigan State Assessment is now called the M-Step.  (Formerly MEAP)

Below are two links as practice sites to help our students become prepared for the new online assessment.  These can be used by parents at home and our teachers will be using these with our students in the classroom.  Be sure to access through your google chrome browser.

Testing Windows

5th - April 13-May 1

4th - April 27-May 15

3rd - May 18-June 4

M-Step Classroom Activity

M-Step Information

M-Step Practice Preview Tests

Username:  Preview

Pasword:  test1234



Best of luck to al our Special Olympians in their

competition on Friday, March 27th!



Take a look behind the scenes for the commercial shoot of Linc's Library Card Challenge! The spot - featuring Haslett's Vera Ralya and Murphy Elementary schools - will run during National Library Week (April 12th-18th).


Spring Break is April 3 - 10!



Mileage Club



  • Mileage Club March 23—May 22.
  • Each child will earn a Toe Token for every 5 miles they walk/run. Students completing
  • 20 miles earn a water bottle.
  • All children that want to participate MUST be registered by February 28th. This is a free program and most students participate for at least a portion of the time although they are not obligated to do so. Please…enroll your child just in case.
  • Online registration is encouraged!! You can do so at: www.sparrowmilesclub.com
  • It is imperative that if there is any chance that your child will want to participate you must register them by February 28th.

The Weather is Warming up!

It’s important to keep an eye on the weather as your child leaves for school each day to make sure he / she is dressed properly to go outside for recess. Getting outside for some fresh air and exercise is an important part of the school day.  A good rule of thumb to follow is: Any day that the temperature is below 50º students should be wearing a jacket. 


Ralya PTO 

As a parent here at Ralya Elementary, you are automatically a part of the PTO. All meetings take place in the Media Center at 6:30 pm. Our schedule for the year is: 

Tuesday, April 28

Wednesday, May 27 ~ Summer Activities


Parking Lot Information

 

If you plan to drop off your child in the morning or pick them up in the afternoon, we would like you to follow these procedures:

1. Please drop off or pick up in the north parking lot. The front drive is buses only.

2.  Morning drop off time starts at 8:00 am at the north door.

3. Pick up time starts at 3:00 pm at the north door. If you arrived between 3:15 - 3:20 pm there will be supervision and a lot less traffic. Please get a car visor sign and put your student's first and last name on the sign utilizing all the white space possible! Black marker is requested.

4. Parents may wait for their child on the benches outside the gym or in the Multi-Purpose room, if they do not want to get in the car line-up. Please do not wait in the lobby. The lobby area needs to be clear for the safety of all students.

5. Students may not walk withrough the parking lot without an adult.

6. Parents, please walk beside your child when crossing the parking lot.


Visiting School


Parents, community members and other interested people are welcome to visit our schools. Prior notification to the teacher is helpful but not necessary. Visitors or volunteers are expected to check in at the school office, sign-in, and wear a visitor badge.

Parents volunteering in the classroom or attending field trips are requested to leave other children at home as this generally causes undue disruption to the normal classroom routine.  If you are volunteering in the classroom or on a field trip, you will need to fill out a Background History Consent Form. These can be returned to the Ralya Office or to the Administration Building. Forms are available by clicking on the link below.



End of the Day Schedule

  • All students will exit using the front and North doors (parent pick up).
  • Students going to Kids Connection will go to the Multi-Purpose Room.
  • Parent Pick up – North Parking Lot Door

If you are picking your student up in the line outside, you will receive a car visor sign. Please put  your students first and last name on the sign utilizing all the white space possible! Black marker is requested.

  • Parent Pick up – In the Building:
Parents will wait for students in the MPR or gym hallway on the benches. We need to keep the lobby area clear.  Students will look for the parents first in the MPR and then check the benches in the gym hallway.  Families are asked to have a common area planned for their meeting location.  For safety reasons, please do not pick up your student at the classroom door!

Please use the front doors during the school day and sign in at the office.  Before school and after school, the front doors and the north doors will be unlocked.

We appreciate the cooperation of all parents and families and look forward to a safe year!


School Times

School hours are 8:17 am - 3:00 pm.  Please arrive on time each day! Student supervision begins at 8:00 am. No student should arrive before 8:00 am.

Second Grade Recess / Lunch   10:55 - 11:15 Recess, 11:15 - 11:40 Lunch

Third Grade Recess / Lunch 11:55 - 12:15  Recess, 12:15 - 12:40 Lunch

Fourth Grade Recess / Lunch  11:25 - 11:45 Recess, 11:45 - 12:10 Lunch

Fifth Grade Recess / Lunch  12:20 - 12:40 Recess, 10:50 - 11:10 Lunch


Parent / Athlete Concussion Information Sheet

Please read through the information, sign and return to your student's teacher if you haven’t done so already. This is a new state requirement to ensure that both the parent and the school understand the significance of concussions. If you ever suspect that your child has had a concussion, it is important that you seek medical attention and get clearance from the doctor before returning to school.



Haslett District Volunteers

There are many ways in which you can make a difference in the lives of our students. Volunteer opportunities exist in the classrooms working directly with teachers and students, chaperoning field trips, assisting at recess or at lunch time, or helping out at a PTO function, booster activities, or extracurricular event. Volunteering can be very rewarding – which is why many of our volunteers return year after year.  If you plan to volunteer this year, please return the volunteer form.