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Flickinger students demonstrate they mean business
04/27/2018
Third graders apply economic knowledge
Flickinger students engineer a lesson in music
01/12/2018
Students use technology to create music instruments
Engineering can be a wild ride
11/01/2017
Rollercoaster shows students the ups and downs of engineering
UCS students honored for their skills
07/05/2018
UCSI students earn top finishes at state conference
UCS grad earns more than $700,000 worth of scholarships to Duke University
07/03/2018
UAIS valedictorian earns three national scholarships
UCS graduates earn recognition for global proficiency
06/29/2018
More than 260 grads recognized for learning multiple languages

From The Principal

This past school year has flown by! I really can’t believe we are at the end of another school year. I am incredibly proud of all the progress each student has made. As we complete the final days of school, many families ask us for advice on how to help their child to continue to learn and practice their skills over the summer. Students are encouraged to participate in Flickinger’s Summer Challenge. This information is included in the newsletter and will also be sent home with each student. Motivating your child to continue learning over the summer may be tough. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Show enthusiasm Get excited about what you want your child to do. Show them that summer is the perfect time to make learning fun. For example, have your child research and read about a place you plan on visiting.

  • Explore topics your child is interested in - The public library is a great place to try to find books. They also have many activities planned that your child can participate in to further their learning.

  • Ask questions about what your child is learning or practicing and provide feedback - Get involved with their summer studies, even if it is just a few minutes per day. Showing interest in what your child is doing will make them truly believe that it is important.

  • Provide structure Pick a specific time that your child is going to read or practice. Try to stick with the schedule so it becomes a part of your child’s routine.

    Finally, I want to thank you for partnering with me to do our very best for the students of Flickinger Elementary this school year. Our students could not be more friendly, fun and enthusiastic for learning. I feel very fortunate to be a part of a phenomenal team comprised of a staff committed to teaching children and their learning along with a supportive community of parents that truly understand that we all work together to do the absolute best we can for our children.

    Thank you for being a part of our Flickinger TEAM and supporting excellence in education for all Flickinger students!

    Sincerely,

    Nancy Brunetz

    Proud Flickinger Principal 

Find out more about what is going on at Flickinger by checking out our June  Newsletter 

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The mission of Flickinger Elementary School is to provide a caring, academic environment that empowers students to become responsible citizens and lifelong learners.

UCS Community Education will host its Early Childhood Open House on February 15, 2018 from 6-8 p.m. For more information, please click link.

Utica Community Schools is Michigan's second largest school district. Student achievement in the district outpaces all county, state and national averages.
The district's graduation rate is 12 points higher than the state average and students and staff are regularly honored for excellence.
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