Welcome to Princeton Elementary School
Home of the Penguins
 

Mission Statement

The Princeton Community will build lifelong learners through the use of differentiated instruction and utilization of technology while maintaining a safe learning environment and a positive home/school partnership. 

 

 

District Announcements

School of Choice Now Open For Macomb County Residents For The 2017-18 School Year
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2017-2018 KDG Building Visits

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2016-17 Latchkey Registration Begins August 22

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Click here for Lakeview Public School’s Local Wellness Policy

 

Summer Enrichment Scholarships Available

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- Flyer

- K-12 Application due by Noon, Friday May 12, 2017

Parent Information

PowerSchool Parent Portal
Parent Portal Tutorial

New. . .iPad Power School Directions for Parents

Year Round Info Update Link

(This link is open 24/7 for parents
to make changes to telephone, email, and medical information, or to add a new emergency contact
for their child
)

 

EZpay Online Payment Information

Now you can make payments online for your child's school lunch and activity fees! Please click on the EZpay logo below and set up your account! To make online payments for child care, please click the “pay your bill online” link on your electronic invoice.

Building Information

5th Grade Instrumental Program
Click here for the informational video

2016-2017 District Student Handbook

2017 Elementary Open House Presentation


Annual Education Report (AER)

2017 Annual Education Report

2015/16 School Improvement Plan

 

Nondiscrimination and Access to Equal Education Opportunity
It is the policy of the Board that no student in this District shall, on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, disability, height, weight, and/or any other legally protected characteristic, be discriminated against, excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination in its programs and/or activities.  Any person believing they have been discriminated against may bring a complaint to the local civil rights coordinator: Assistant Superintendent, 27575 Harper, St Clair Shores MI 48081, 586-445-4000 x 2503

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