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We, at Bentley are dedicated to creating a positive environment where quality programs and instruction empower students to become lifelong learners.
On May 7, 2013, voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will be asked to consider a bond proposal for facility and site improvements to address student learning, technology, health, safety, and security at our facilities and sites. The District is able to maintain the existing school debt levy (4.1 mills) and offer this bond proposal with ZERO INCREASE to the current tax rate.
We are a K-5 elementary school in the Plymouth-Canton Community School district. Our enrollment is usually in the 460 student range, with average classroom sizes of 26 students. This is our eighteenth year of existence.
Many, many years ago when people thought the earth was square and dirt was still young, I taught mathematics in a K - 8 school in downtown Toledo. I loved every second of it because I could have a tremendous amount of fun with my favorite subject. Numbers created excitement in my world. This is still true today. I dream of working with those really large numbers I w
As a principal and grandparent, I love to share my ideas about parenting with you, the families at Bentley. From many of the past articles, you might think that I was the perfect parent, having all the answers to those difficult parts of raising children. I would like to say that I am that perfect example, but the truth is I was not. My children were at their worst behaviors w
Included in the highlights of my life are the births of my three children. We celebrate their birthdays to this date because the births of children are so very important in our lives. I'm sure it is the same in your family. In our school family this week, the excitement for students and teachers was the multiple births of baby chicks. Whatev
Don't forget to color the picture for your teacher and bring it to school Monday May 6th. If you don't have yours, there are extras in the office.
Let your teachers know how great they are!
Our newly elected PTO officers are:
Nichole Passmore, President
Brenda Adams, Vice President
Erica Garbacz, 2nd Vice President
Stephanie Oliver, Secretary
Holly Simpson, Treasurer
Robin Olzak, Financial Secretary
Lately doctors have told many of their patients that they need to get the stress out of their lives. Most jobs make this an impossible task. Added to the difficulty of stress is the fact that traffic to and from work doesn't always go as easily as we planned. I also know that getting the kids dressed and serving a good breakfast takes time every morning. Then t