Wednesday, October 24, 2012
White Lake Police have concluded their investigation into the duck hunt incident that happened at a bus stop for Huron Valley Schools on Thursday morning.
The hunters involved in Thursday's incident at a White Lake bus stop were given verbal warnings from White Lake Police, according to officials with the department. The warnings were given following the investigation into an incident where shotgun pellets fell onto a Huron Valley Schools bus Thursday morning at Cumberland and Valley Rise, which is a bus stop for Brooks Elementary School. "The officer on the scene felt a warning was appropriate, and the department agrees," Lt. Don Nankervis said. Nankervis said the hunters were not in violation of the township's Hunting Area Control Ordinance - and that this time of the year hunters are out several places in the township where it's legal to hunt. "If we get complaints, we follow them up and …
Friday, October 19, 2012
Police and school officials are investigating the incident that happened at a bus stop Thursday morning.
No children were injured this week when shotgun pellets from nearby duck hunters fell on a school bus in White Lake, according to school officials and police. The incident occurred Thursday morning at Cumberland and Valley Rise, which is a bus stop for Brooks Elementary School. "The students were in the bus at the time," said Kimberly Root, director of communications and community relations for Huron Valley Schools. "There were no injuries or damage to the bus. We informed the White Lake Police and they are investigating." According to Root, police located and spoke with the hunters. School officials also reported the incident to the Department of Natural Resources and let the parents at the bus stop know what happened. "The White Lake …
Monday, March 5, 2012
Teachers, parents work hard to provide a great math experience for local students.
Monday, March 5, 2012
The following was submitted to White Lake Patch by Brooks Elementary Principal Steven Chisik. Kristin Powers, Sally Young and parent coordinator Mrs. Lynch have worked hard to create another outstanding Math Pentathlon experience for our students. This year, we had a record number of Bobcats participating in the Math Pentathlon. The after school activity is designed around students playing math games. The games were purchased by the PTO a few years ago, and have been a source of fun and challenge for students at each grade level. The math games are great because they require students to practice many of the skills they learn in class each day. Students are encouraged to use their own developing skill set to solve problems, both …