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2016/2017 Information

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2016/2017 Kindergarten Application

2016/2017 1st through 8th Grade Application

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Upcoming Important Dates


July 27, 2015 - Turrill Office Opens
July 29, 2015 - Meet and Greet 6:00-7:00pm
July 30, 2015 - First Day of School 2015-16 School Year

2015 - 2016 Year-Round Calendar

2015 - 16 Suggested Supply List 



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    Turrill Year-Round Elementary School utilizes a research-based, balanced calendar approach to teaching students and operating an early fives through fifth grade elementary school. Students and staff at Turrill reduce the traditional summer vacation by attending school in the month of August. The month spent in August is then spread out during the school year with additional breaks from the traditional classroom experience. The extra weeks off during the school year are filled with volunteer intersession weeks created around a theme. Students and staff are in school the same number of days as traditional schools. The title "year-round" comes from the classification the state uses due to the start date being prior to Labor Day.

    What's New
    First grade students presented a Poetry Cafe’ for their parents and other family members.  It was modeled after the 1960’s poetry readings done at local cafe’s, complete with snapping of fingers and jazz music!  They did a marvelous job.
    The school year is winding down and that means FIELD DAY!  One of our students calls it the “fun sensation for this school.”  Thank you Mr. Fitz for organizing and setting up and thank you to all the volunteers who made the day possible for our students.  
    Second grade students use chrome books to research Lake Superior and Eagles for their class research writing unit.
    The fifth grade TAG students finished their trebuchet then commenced launching, adjusting, and gathering their data in an attempt to make a water bottle hit a mark at 30 meters (98.4252 feet).  Then on Tuesday, May 17th they gathered with the other Lapeer Elementary TAG students at Schickler  Elementary to take part in two competitions.  […]
    Thank you Turrill students for your support in the walk to help people with Multiple Sclerosis. Your 25 cent donations on hat day raised $60.00!!! Turrill has AWESOME students!! Thanks also, to the staff, for all their incredibly kind donations!

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