If you haven't familiarized yourself with the sinking fund proposal by checking out the documents on our website, or if you are looking for additional information in a quick and easy way, we have a great event coming up. Next Tuesday, September 27, 6:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m., simply visit our Facebook page from the comfort of your own home, at your kids soccer practice, or anywhere you choose for a Facebook Live! Question and Answer session with me on the upcoming vote. I'll be answering questions submitted in advance HERE; and, if time allows, I will take questions posted in the comments of the video as well. Can't listen at that time? Just check out the page at your convenience, as the video will be posted for later viewing.
I hope you will tune in.
And last but not least, past Whitmore Lake Middle School science teacher, Mike Krebill, best known to students for his dandelion donuts and sumac tea and engaging lessons, is sharing his knowledge world-wide with the release of his upcoming book. The Scouts Guide to Wild Edibles is set to release November 15, 2016 and is available for pre-order on Amazon, so make sure to reserve your copy! We congratulate him on this accomplishment, another feather to add to his pretty full cap.
If you have a WLHS alumni whose accomplishments we should highlight, please submit information HERE. We not only love to share it with our community, but their stories are particularly inspiring for our current students who see a real-life example of the success that comes out of an exceptional, personalized education at WLPS.