News & Announcements

Preschool Spring Program

The Spring Program was held on Thursday, May 19th at Michigan Primary. Preschoolers enjoyed singing and performing for family and friends.

REMINDER: KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION MAY 20th

Friday, May 20, 2022 will be the next date for Kindergarten Registration at Michigan Primary from 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. by appointment ONLY. Please call 440.992.1250 or 440.992.1234 to schedule your appointment.
Please come with all necessary documentation to your scheduled appointment. There will be NO KINDERGARTEN on Friday, May 20th.
Please see the attached link for additional information INCLUDING what you would need to bring to register your child:

Visit www.aacs.net for more information

IMPORTANT LAST DAY OF SCHOOL INFORMATION

Last Day of School! The last day of school is Wednesday, May 25th. There will be early release on that day. There will be breakfast served on this day and bus transportation will be provided. Please see the information below!

PRIMARY CAMPUS HOLDS WALK-A-THON

PRIMARY CAMPUS WALK-A-THON! Kindergarten,1st, and 2nd grade students had a blast during our Walk-a-thon today! A special THANK YOU to our art teachers Mr. Harrington and Mrs. Beebe, as well as 6th grade students who created special activity areas for our students. They were able to blast off through space, hop lily pads with the frogs, capture all the diamonds and have a dance party!

Kindergarten Registration- May 20th

Friday, May 20th, 2022 will be Kindergarten Registration at Michigan Primary from 8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. by appointment ONLY. Please call 440.992.1250 or 440.992.1234 to schedule your appointment. Please come with alorl necessary documentation to your scheduled appointment.
There will be NO PRESCHOOL or KINDERGARTEN on Friday, May 20th.
Please see the attached link for additional information

Visit www.aacs.net for more information.

Bubbles Bubbles Everywhere!

What is more fun than bubbles? Humongous bubbles! Kindergarten Students at Michigan Primary teamed up with Lake Metroparks to provide a hands-on science learning experience called “Bubble Chemistry”. Students learned about many science concepts such as gravity, surface tension, properties of materials as they explored the chemistry of bubbles.


Students began this discovery through the investigation of the perfect recipe. Once the bubble mixture is mastered, students then experiment with the various everyday items to use as wands. Students were highly engaged and involved in the lesson.

Playing with bubbles not only teaches students basic chemistry, but it engages students in valuable lessons of the process of science such as observing, exploring, prediction, all which leads to a greater understanding of the world around them. Other physical learning occurs as students develop visual tracking following the path of a bubble, hand-eye coordination through blowing a bubble, sensory skills through touch of a wet slippery bubble, lung development by using lung capacity to blow a bubble, and gross motor skills though reaching, running, stomping, and otherwise popping a bubble.
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