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Students petting alligator during science alive presentation
Kindergarten teacher Morse doing pie in face at fun fair
Full room photo during assembly
Student working on a habit sheet with family member during Leadership day
Students working at the check in table during Leadership day
Boy and girl standing in hallway
3 girls playing instruments
Student vs teacher basketball game teacher stealing ball from student
Elementary students watching High School students put on a skit at the Victorian festival
3 students one sitting inside a ball
Students enjoying animals from Science alive
Students attending Victorian festival
Principal Booth doing Pie in face at Fun Fair
Secretary Tomasak getting Pie in face at fun fair
Students working together during Leadership day
Nest lesson showing wall of fish
5th grade teacher vs basketball game.  Principal Booth making basket
5th grade Teacher vs student basketball game
1st grade teacher Baker getting pie in face at fun fair
Boy presenting in classroom
Students petting animals during science alive
Mrs. Booth covered in paint for June Challenge celebration
Students with Principal Booth when she was covered in Silly String
Student presenting on Leadership day
Elementary Students listening to story time at Victorian Festival
Kindergarten students signing at Leadership day in front of parents
Students sitting on rug having discussion with teacher
2 girls and a boy standing on stage presenting

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Leader In Me Lighthouse School of Academic Distinction

We are proud to announce that Silver Springs Elementary has been awarded the distinction of Leader in Me Lighthouse School of Academic Distinction by Franklin Covey. Please see the attached letter from Franklin Covey for more information.

Michigan's OK2SAY Confidential Safety Tipline Information

OK2SAY is a program designed to encourage Michigan students to share and respond to anything that threatens their safety or the safety of others. With support from Attorney General Bill Schuette, the Michigan State Police, local law enforcement, schools, the health community, and many others, there are processes in place that help students submit confidential tips regarding criminal activities or harmful behavior.
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