T.L. HandyWelcome to Wildcat Country, where high expectations are woven into a diverse curriculum. Honors, H.S. credit, and credit recovery classes are available, as well as many sports and extra-curricular opportunities. Add in great technology to a first class staff and a facility few Michigan middle schools can match, and you have Handy!
T. L. Handy Middle School has a great student body! A wide array of sports, clubs and extra-curricular opportunities enrich students' time as Wildcats. Football to Fine Arts, Healthy Schools' Initiative to Spirit Week, Handy has it all! Wildcats participate in many activities to help neighbors in need, the Humane Society and others. Our students learn, create, play and serve their communities as they prepare for high school.…
Library Media Center
The mission of the Library Media Center (LMC) is to provide the resources designed to meet the educational needs and interests of our students. It houses a collection of over 17,000 print items, uses the ValCat on-line catalog, and has a 30-station computer lab attached. Students receive research lessons, using both print and electronic sources.
Leading The Way
When it comes to technology integration into the classroom - Handy is leading the way! We understand that students learn more effectively using the cutting edge technologies of their generation. That is why we are committed to equipping every classroom with the most up to date, cutting edge technologies that will impact student achievement. Here are some of the technologies available to EVERY classroom or Lab in our school:
- Document Cameras
- Mobile Interactive Whiteboards (Mobi's)
- Computers (Desktop, Laptop, Tablet)
- Classroom Performance Systems (CPS Clickers)
- Digital and Video Cameras
- Hot Dates
School Starts: September 2, 2014
Class lists will be posted on the windows by the blacktop playground area on Monday, August 25.
Curriculum Night for students in grades 1-5 on Wednesday, August 27 from 6 PM to 8 PM.
At Handy we believe in growing and nurturing the whole child. Part of that comes through character education. We do this by focusing on the six pillars of character - Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring and Citizenship (TRRFCC). Students are recognized and celebrated daily and weekly for demonstrating these pillars of character.
Honors! Allyson Hill & Emily Kato are heading to Washington, D.C. to represent Michigan at NATIONAL LEVEL with their History Day winning project "Children March for Their Rights". Take a look: http://89067881.nhd.weebly.com/
Tech Alert! Teachers Mr. Kraut, Mr. Schabel & Mr. Maze built an underwater ROV robot, capable of locating items underwater, during a ROV in the Classroom program.
Handy Latest News!
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