Slauson Middle School is named a ‘Michigan School to Watch’

Video by Jo Mathis/AAPS District News

Slauson Middle School has been named a Michigan School to Watch.  The program is part of a nationwide network that identifies and recognizes excellence in middle-grades schools.

Schools to Watch are chosen for their:

  • Academic excellence
  • Developmental responsiveness
  • Social equity
  • Organizational structures and processes

Principal Lisa Anglin says she’s proud of what students and staff have accomplished in the two years she has been principal.

“Over these short two years, there’s been so much growth and progress that the students and staff have shown that have gotten us to this designation as a School to Watch,” she said, adding that she’s grateful to Slauson parents and community, as well.

“So congratulations to Slauson!” she said. “I’m very excited and hoping that this recognition and this designation allows students to see the fruits of their labor when they put in the hard work.”

Clague Middle School was named a Michigan School to Watch two years ago.

The Slauson Choir performed for the gathering in the auditorium celebrating the new School to Watch designation.


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