Thursday, January 17, 2013
School officials say the water is not safe because the building has been vacant and the water stagnant. The septic system and surrounding wells are safe.
Huron Valley Schools officials say there is no issue with the septic field at Highland Middle School, and that signs posted about the drinking water are the result of the building being shut down. Those signs have caused concerned in the community. "The building has been vacant for a long time and that water system has not been flushed, that's why we posted those signs" Kim Root, director of communications for the school district, said. "When we made the decision to not chlorinate the system, like we do with the others, the county asked that a notice be posted so that people do not drink the water." Root added that workers in the building, preparing it for asbestos removal, have been provided bottled water to drink by the district. "The …
Friday, November 2, 2012
Highland Middle School will no longer be used as a voting precinct in Highland. The school was closed by the Huron Valley School District in 2011.
Polling precinct number four in Highland Township has been moved from Highland Middle School to Highland Elementary School for the Nov. 6 election, and all future elections, according to Highland Township. Voters in the precinct should have received a new voter registration card in the mail. Highland Elementary is located at 300 W. Livingston Road. If you have any questions contact the Clerk's Office at 248-887-3791 ext. 5.
Monday, August 27, 2012
Use this page to share photos of Huron Valley Schools events, sports, students, athletes, teachers, coaches, artwork, accomplishments, etc. and to post information about upcoming events.
Huron Valley Schools are some of the best around, and they deserve a spot to shine. This gallery is for parents, staff and students to share photos of great things happening in the White Lake-Highland school district. Have a photo from school? Share it with Patch readers by clicking "Upload photos and videos." We want to be the place you go to to post photos, artwork and accomplishments related to Huron Valley Schools. We want to help you stay organized, share proud moments with other readers and find out what the future holds for you and your family. We encourage readers to use this page as you would your refrigerator. Grab a magnet or a piece of tape and stick anything you want on this page -- as long as it's appropriate for all ages: If…