Congratulations to Our Inaugural Hall of Honor Recipients
We are pleased to announce the first inaugural Hall of Honor Recipients.
Under the Performance Category:
Karie Schlukebir-Pennock, Tennis, Class of 1998
Larry Herron, Acting, Class of 1998
Alexander G. Ketzko, Football, Class of 1936
Chelsea Shephard, Vocal Music, Class of 2004
Under the MCS Service Category:
Lydia Buttolph Moyle, Teacher, Principal, Superintendent 1918-1919
John Kruzich, Athlete, Advocate for MCS, Class of 1962
Fred Bowman, Board Member, Business Manager, AD, Class of 1955
James A. Weeldreyer, Teacher, Principal, Superintendent from 1979-2006
James Cotter, Superintendent from 1935-1944
Under the Contributions to Society Category:
Chris Barbee, Award-winning Broadcaster, Class of 1984
Ralph Moyle, Owner of Royle Moyle, Inc. Class of 1950
Chris Higgins, Owner of Hort America, Class of 1992
The stories of each recipient can be viewed on the Hall of Honor
presentation wall in the high school lobby. There will be a reception for the
recipients on Saturday, November 18, 2017 beginning at 6:30 in the
Mattawan High School cafeteria.
As a reminder, the homecoming parade will begin Friday, September 22 at 5:30pm at the High School. The parade will be ending in the Early Elementary parking lot where there will also be a hot dog sale.
Please be aware, due to the festivities, starting at 4:30pm the Early Elementary parking lot will be blocked off, if you are picking up your student you can still park on the Later Elementary side or along the street. The parking lot will open after the parade to allow for football game parking.
Mattawan Consolidated School's approximately 3,800 students receive a rigorous academic experience. The four schools that comprise the school district are centrally located, providing easy access to each school and maximizing interaction among the students and staff.
A rigorous curriculum and research-based instructional strategies are the foundation for the learning environment for students at Mattawan Consolidated School District. As a Professional Learning Community, teachers, students, parents, and community members collaborate to ensure an exemplary program. Our district's core curriculum exceeds the Michigan Department of Education requirements in all courses and integrates core state and national standards within the subject content. In addition, the district offers enrichment programs to challenge high-achieving students and a comprehensive special education program in order to meet the needs of all learners.
Exemplary curriculum, strong instructional standards for teaching and learning, opportunities for involvement in extra-curricular activities and community programs, unparalleled parent support, highly-qualified professional staff and support personnel, all combine to assist each child in succeeding in reaching their full potential.
We're pleased to have this opportunity to provide you with information about our District and the activities available to our students and school community. Welcome!