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What's Happening

A group of happy students posing in a gymnasium with a large ceremonial check. The check is for $204,479.95, made out to "Community Catalysts," and is dated April 28, 2024, indicating the successful completion of a fundraiser by Howell High School. The students, some wearing colorful bandanas, shirts labeled 'Senior Survivor,' and various costumes including a carrot suit, are smiling and standing or kneeling in two informal rows. They are in front of brown bleachers, and the scene suggests a celebration of their achievement.
Howell Senior Survivor Raises $204,479.95 for Howell-Based Non-Profit
Updated on 04/26/2024
Community Catalysts plans to use funds raised to support affordable housing for young adults within Livingston County.  
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From the Superintendent's Desk

Dear Families,

On Thursday, May 23, we celebrated the Innovation Academy Class of 2024 during their graduation ceremony. It is always exciting to see our students reach this milestone in their educational journey and to hear about their future plans. On Friday, May 31, we will celebrate the Howell High School Class of 2024. When I started in the district, this year's seniors were starting fourth grade, and it has been so fun watching them grow and develop into incredible young adults. I cannot wait to see what the future holds for them, as I know they will do amazing things.

To read more of MacGregor's Message, please click here.

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