Current News

 


 

Open Enrollment

 

 Open Enrollment Now

2016­-2017 enrollment for new students is open as of April 1st. If you have moved to the Hazel Park School District area or would like to attend our schools from outside the Hazel Park Schools boundaries, you may enroll for the 2016-­2017 school year by calling (248) 658­-5205 or going to our website at www.enrollHPS.com. For our students who currently attend Hazel Park Schools we will be rolling out a new process to confirm your status for the 2016-­2017 school year in the next several weeks. Look for our emails to you shortly regarding this new online process. Let your friends know that they can enroll in our schools now. 

Focusing on our Future

Dear Stakeholders, 

We are excited to present to you the draft version of the next step of Hazel Park's strategic plan.  We are calling this "Focusing on our Future" as we see the exciting programs and successful achievements that our students have in front of them.   
 
We are asking that you review the draft plan and give us your thoughts by Friday June 3rd.   We will then meet again in our group of parents, teachers, administrators, secretaries, custodians, and board members to review your thoughts.    
 
Thank you for your time and interest as we continue to work to make Hazel Park a great place for students to learn.    
 
Amy Kruppe, Ed.D.
 
Draft Version - Hazel Park's Strategic Plan (click to download)

To take the Strategic Plan Survey please click here

Superintendent Update 4/19/2016

HPEA Agreement & School Start Times for 2016-2017

Yesterday, The Hazel Park Education Association and the Board of Education for the School District of the City of Hazel Park finalized a memorandum of understanding for the 2016-2017 school year. Currently the parties have a collective bargaining agreement through August 17, 2017. However, the district has been working under a Deficit Elimination Plan with the Michigan Department of Treasury to show that the District can move out of debt by 2020. Therefore the parties must come to a yearly agreement.

For the 2016-2017 school year students will be attending 180 school days which are five additional school days now required by Michigan school code. Teachers have agreed to increase their work days to 181.5 days which has added more student contact time. The agreement additionally restores the pay for four furlough days that were eliminated in the past. This is approximately a 2.2% increase from the 2015-2016 school year. Additionally, teachers agreed to additional staff development time. The School District is pleased with the positive collaborative atmosphere that exists in the Hazel Park District as we move to improve student achievement and the fiscal stability of the district.

The first day of school will be September 6, 2016 and the last day of school June 16, 2017. Calendars for the 2016-2017 school year will be available to the public shortly. The start of the school day has also been changed to meet the request of parents to make the dropping off of their children more convenient. The school days are as follows:


Elementary Schools:  8:10 am - ­ 3:14 pm
Junior High School:  7:55 am­ - 2:58 pm
High School:  7:40 am­ - 2:40 pm

If you have any question we are happy to answer them. The Hazel Park School District appreciates the support of the community and parents. We look forward to continued improvement for your children.

Dr. Amy Kruppe

Superintendent of Schools


Hazel Park program partners in the news!!

Labor Voices: It pays to get dirty

College is not for everyone, but that doesn’t mean being destined for a lifetime of minimum wage jobs

Check out this story on detroitnews.com:     http://detne.ws/1TD6TCR

Hazel Park Board of Education Meeting

The Meeting of the Hazel Park Board of Education will be held in the Ford Administration Office, 1620 E. Elza, Hazel Park, MI 48030 on Monday, June 13, 2016, at 7:00 p.m.

Amy Kruppe, Ed.D.
Superintendent of Schools

Any person with a disability who needs accommodation for participation in this meeting should contact the Superintendent’s Secretary at 248-658-5220 to request assistance. All official minutes of the school board meetings are stored and available for inspection in the Ford Administration Office at the above address.


 

PreschoolAcademy

Preschool Academy

NEW for the 2016-­2017 school year is our Preschool Academy. Three and four year­-old children can attend our Preschool Academy located at the Webster Early Childhood Center starting in the fall of 2016. There are a limited number of scholarships for three­-year-­old students. The tuition based cost will be $200 a month for a full day, Monday-Thursday, from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Tuition students must reside within the Hazel Park School District. For more information please contact Dr. Judy Berger at (248) 658­-5204 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

GSRP Registration

Hazel Park School District continues to register students for GSRP at the Webster Early Childhood Center. Families who qualify and have a student who turns four years-­old on or before September 1st can attend the preschool GSRP for free. For more information contact Mrs. Debbie Jones at (248) 658-­5502. 


Summer Camp Latchkey Program

Summer latchkey will be offered this summer at United Oaks Elementary School from June 16th through August 19th for grades K­-5th. For more information call please Lori Wingate at 248-­658-­2400. Spaces are limited. Call now!


Community Input for the Hazel Park Strategic Plan

Hazel Park Parents and Community Members

To provide your input regarding our schools, community members will be able to give their thoughts regarding the district's draft vision and mission. We would like to give everyone an opportunity to speak about the strengths and opportunities in the district. We value your input and look forward to your vision for Hazel Park. Any questions, please feel free to contact Amy Kruppe at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
Applications to participate on the strategic planning team are available now!  Download Application

Superintendent's News

Find out what's new in Hazel Park Schools. View the Superintendent's News

Past Superintendent's News

April 8, 2016

March 7, 2016

February 16, 2016 


New Science Curriculum

The 2016­-2017 school year will bring a new science curriculum to the K-­5 students at the elementary schools. The Board of Education approved the purchasing of materials from Carolina Curriculum. The Building Blocks of Science resources will be used to develop an inquiry-­based science curriculum that uses technology, math, English, writing and science to build students love and knowledge of science. To learn more about the resources purchased to develop this curriculum visit: http://www.buildingblocksofscience.com/. 

  AdvancEd Surveys

Yearly all school districts are required by the state to develop an improvement plan for the entire District and then our Buildings must do the same.  In order to receive input from all of our Stakeholders, we ask that you complete a confidential survey.  Please do so by April 15, 2016. We appreciate your feedback. Thank you for your involvement in the improvement of the Hazel Park Schools.  

The Hazel Park Administrative Team

Community Survey

Parent Survey

Staff Survey

Elementary Students Survey K-2

Elementary Students Survey 3-5

Junior High School Survey

High School Student Survey


Tumble Books

tumble books

 tumble book library

 

Visit the Hazel Park District Library to get your library card today



2016 Hazel Park Career Fellowship Application

The Promise Zone, The City and The School District are proud to partner to provide our rising juniors employment this summer. Gain valuable experience this summer through a paid internship with one of our partners! In addition to a 20-­30 hour per week internship, fellows will take part in career development workshops to better prepare them for college and career. Visit Ms. Smith in the main office, or email her at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information! The online application is available @ fill it out in Google Forms 

The Hazel Park School District is now offering free electronic alerts and notifications.  If you would like to receive alerts, please click below to begin the enrollment process. 

emergency alert system


 

Past News


 

Vikings Win OAA Gold Division League Championship

(Click here to watch the game)

vikings oaa champs 2016


 

Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to Hazel Park's Junior High and High School Teacher's of the Year.
 

Pamela Sparks has been selected this year as the High School Teacher of the Year. Pamela Sparks donates her time to her community and school district through the High School Leadership class and the Square One program. During her lunch time you will find her working with students to discuss AP Biology. She is a mentor to her fellow teachers and a dedicated employee to Hazel Park Schools. 

 
Kevin Shubnell has been selected this year as the Junior High Teacher of the Year. Kevin Shubnell was nominated by both his peers and the students at the junior high. Kevin Shubnell integrates technology in the classroom throughout the day. He is consistently looking for ways to improve his instruction. He develops wonderful rapport with his students while holding them accountable for their performance. He also is a mentor to other co­workers and offers his time before and after school to help others. He is a coach, a committee head and a professional development presenter.
 
Our well deserved honorable mentions for this year are Barb Logan at Hazel Park Junior High and Jean Ericson at Hazel Park High School. Pamela Sparks and Kevin Shubnell have both had their names submitted to the Oakland County Outstanding Teacher of the Year awards.
 

Congratulations to all involved. We are proud of all of our Hazel Park Teachers.


 

Parents of Senior Students!

Have you completed your FAFSA for college? If not, it is not too late! FAFSA is a very important application that needs to be completed in order for students to get money for college! Parents, to successfully complete this application you must have your 1040 tax documents completed from 2014 or 2015. If you have not completed your Financial Aid application, please contact Ms. Thomas as soon as possible for assistance. If you complete your FAFSA between now and April 1, 2016, students will receive $20 off their senior all night party ticket!! Ms. Thomas can be reached at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.">k'This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or (248) 658­-5186

 Hazel Park Schools Safety Letter

Please read the Safety Letter from School District Board of Education Attorney, Mr. James Paterson.


mstep

To continue the Department’s commitment to support teachers, parents, and students throughout this transition to higher expectations for all students, a newly developed video is now available which summarizes M-STEP and walks viewers through how to read and interpret student scores within the M-STEP Parent Report.

This high quality video could be shown at various school and district meetings and events and/or shared with parents and staff via email or placement on your website. The video is available with or without Closed Caption. The M-STEP Parent Report Communication videos are available on the MDE M-STEP web page at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AM55xZ-ZuNU  

K - 12 Letter

M-Step/MAP Parent Letter

High School M-Step, MAP Parent Letter 


Kindergarten Open House

kindergarten openhouse 2016

On March 16th, from 6:00-7:30 p.m. we will be holding kindergarten open house in each of our elementary schools. Our incoming kindergarten parents will be able to hear about instruction in our classrooms, 1:1 technology and how to prepare for the fall.  Pre-registration forms will be available for parents to fill out.  Information will also be available for our 3 and 4 year old preschool programs. For more information call Hoover, United Oaks or Webb Elementary School. Open Enrollment families are welcome to attend.


Congratulations!

Junior High Band Receives a Superior Rating

On Friday, March 6, 2016, the Junior High Band performed at the Band Festival. They played wonderfully and earned a Division I (Superior Rating) in both their stage performance and sight­reading! This is the highest rating. They were evaluated in tone quality, intonation, rhythmic accuracy, technique, and interpretation. Then our band students were given five minutes to study and perform a piece of music they had never seen before.

 We are proud of Mr. Ross and these young musicians! They really worked hard and we’re so excited with their results. They were one of only a handful of JH bands to earn this distinction at Festival. Not only was their music spectacular, but you would have been very proud of how they represented our school. They were terrific ambassadors for Hazel Park schools! 

HPHS and Adult Education Removed from Priority List

We would like to celebrate the hard work of our Hazel Park High School and Adult Education students and staff as the State of Michigan announced today that both schools were removed from the Priority Schools list. Both Schools were placed on the priority school list in 2012 and through the hard work of the staff has focused on data-driven decisions that have impacted student achievement outcomes.  

We salute our staff and students for the hard work that they continue to put in every day in Hazel Park!


State of the District

Get your copy of the State of the District Newsletter, written by Superintendent Dr. Kruppe and Board President Rachel Noth.


 OK2SAY

OK2SAY School 485494 7

COMMUNITY SEMINAR

February 22, 2016
6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Hazel Park High School Auditorium 
 
The Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative (CSI) features customized Internet safety presentations for school students and a community seminar for adults. Since the program’s establishment, more than one million students have benefited from CSI programming. The new student safety hotline, OK2SAY is an innovative new program offering students the ability to confidentially report threats to student safety. 
 
The community seminar provides practical tools including Internet safety tips and how to: 1) access the Michigan Sex Offender Registry; 2) understand the impact of digital footprints; 3) appreciate the risk of sharing photos with embedded location information; 4) recognize the potential dangers and legal ramification of sexting; and 5) identify cyberbullying warning signs and develop a plan of action. This presentation will also cover what the students see in their respective presentations, as well as what OK2SAY is, and how it works. 

WE NEED YOUR HELP! Help Support Our Students!

Hazel Park Promise Zone

Hazel Park Schools would like to encourage parents to drop cans and bottles at the entrance of the race track for the yearly collection to raise funds for the promise zone! Time is running out! 

Cans for Kids 2015


 Congratulations!

The Hazel Park School District would like to extend a warm congratulation to Ron Nagy, Michigan Wrestling Association Hall of Fame Inductee. Ron is a graduate of Hazel Park High School and Wayne State University. He has been a MHSAA registered official for the last 39 years, of which he has had the opportunity to work State Finals 32 times. This clearly demonstrates the respect that the wrestling community has for Ron Nagy. He is the co-founder of the All-American Athletic Association, which has become the largest wrestling association in Michigan. Ron was the recipient of the Verne Norris Award for his contributions to the MHSAA as an official. Congratulations to Ron Nagy!

IMAG0210


 HourOfCode logo RGB

Hour of Code™

Our students are surrounded by technology. We know that whatever career path they choose, they will benefit from an understanding of technology and how it works.

In support of this, students at Hoover, United Oaks and Webb will be joining in on the largest learning event in history: the Hour of Code™. The goal of this event is to introduce as many students as possible to computer science. We will be participating in this nationwide event during Computer Science Education Week from December 7th - 11th.

Our Hour of Code™ events demonstrate that we are eager to teach foundational 21st century skills. Throughout the week, kindergarten - 5th grade students will participate in age-appropriate activities that introduce the basics of computer coding.  

The Hour of Code™ is a nationwide initiative by Computer Science Education Week[csedweek.org] and Code.org[code.org] to introduce millions of students to one hour of computer science and computer programming.


 Happy Thanksgiving

Dear Hazel Park Families,

I am very thankful "To Be a Part of it " in Hazel Park and our outstanding community serving as your Superintendent. 

Hazel Park is a community that supports its beautiful school community and outstanding teachers. We have outstanding PTAs, Booster organizations and other support groups. This fall we have established a community engagement committee that has reached out to you at the Home Town Huddle and last night at the City of Hazel Park Tree Lighting Ceremony.  We look forward to continuing to engage more volunteer agencies to support our students learning. 

Our Board of Education has been supportive this fall as we are moving toward developing a long term strategic plan for the school district. We soon will be asking for your guidance and input on these strategic goals and initiatives.  They also have been assisting the administrations by establishing a vision for the educational program as we have submitted the structure for the financial structure of the district moving forward.  We thank them as we are educationally and  financially moving forward in a positive direction for Hazel Park Schools. 

I am optimistic as I look ahead for Hazel Park as a community of learners.  With the united support of the Staff, Parents, Board and City of Hazel Park I know our students will be successful.  I look forward to sharing with you the positive achievement and programs that we are putting in place. 

I wish you and your families a peaceful Thanksgiving. Thank you for allowing me to serve you and our community. Happy-Thanksgiving-Turkey-13

Respectfully,

Amy Kruppe

Superintendent of Hazel Park Schools


Hoover School - Million Misfit Sock Day

    Last Friday, October 23rd, Hoover School participated in the Million Misfit Sock March. Students were encouraged to wear mismatched socks for the day to celebrate differences and take a stand against bullying. Ms. Conlon and Mrs. Bentz’s fifth grade students embraced the day and almost 100% of the kids supported the cause by wearing socks that didn’t match to school that day. Take a peek below. Do any of those feet look familiar?

IMG_0578.JPG     IMG_0575.JPG

    Ms. Conlon’s Class                                                         Mrs. Bentz’s Class


 New Fellowship Program to Provide Hazel Park Students Job Training and Experience

PromiseFellowsipLogo

A joint initiative of the City of Hazel Park, the School District of the City of Hazel Park, and the
Hazel Park Promise Zone and College Access Network
  Hazel Park, MI - October 26, 2015 - Hazel Park High School students will have the opportunity to develop career launching skills and experience in a new program beginning next summer through a public-private partnership in Hazel Park. The Hazel Park Career Fellowship Program will provide paid internships with local businesses and organizations to selected rising 12th grade students. In addition to paid work experience in a professional environment, fellows will receive mentor ship and training in areas such as interviewing, self-presentation, and other valuable workplace skills. The goal of the program is to improve career preparedness for Hazel Park High School graduates while engaging local businesses in the community.

Chromebooks in Action at Hoover Elementary

   The fifth grade students at Hoover Elementary are in full “technology” mode. They have discovered all different ways that they can use their Chromebooks in their learning. During the month of September the students were introduced to several applications that they use on a daily basis in class.

    One of the biggest changes was becoming part of Google Classroom. Students find assignments downloaded for them right to their computer. They complete various assignments on Google Classroom and submit them directly to their teacher. No pencil or paper needed! As one student exclaimed, “Pretty cool!”.

  The fifth grade also uses their Chromebooks to keep track of their reading this year on Google Sheets and also visit websites such as Quiz-let to preview and practice weekly vocabulary. This week they will start using Google Docs to draft, revise and edit their Personal Narrative papers and they have also  begun to learn the process of creating PowerPoint presentations in Google Sheets for future projects.

   The Chromebooks have been a powerful and engaging learning tool so far this year and this is just the beginning! 
                                                                            


 Hazel Park Alternative High School Registration

1620 E ELZA
Hazel Park MI 48030
Earn your diploma at Hazel Park Alternative High School.
Registration for Term 2 will also start August 24 and continue through October 6 from 9am-2pm.
You will need to provide the following information during the registration process:
  1. Birth Certificate
  2. Immunization Record
  3. Proof of Residency
  4. Unofficial transcript
  5. Drop slip from Hazel Park High School*
*if necessary

If you are interested or know someone interested, please call our office at (248) 658-5280


Hazel Park Schools’ New Superintendent Assembles Administrative Team To Stabilize District’s Finances And Lift Educational Achievement

 

New hires include high school, junior high and elementary principals to start this fall
HAZEL PARK, Michigan (August 12, 2015) — Hazel Park Schools’ new superintendent, and the district’s Board of Education, are checking every box to prepare for this upcoming school year and develop a strategic plan to stabilize the district’s finances and lift educational achievement. With several vacancies to fill, Amy Kruppe and the board wanted to ensure that critical positions were filled to start the school year off right.

Download Complete Article


 Oakland County Kindergarten Round Up

Informational Presentation

OaklandCountyHealthDepartmentVideo

 A brief video regarding the immunization waiver rule change. Just click on the above to play video.


Hazel Park Junior High Achievement

Hazel Park Schools Superintendent Dr. Kruppe Congratulates the Junior High Staff and Students on their exemplary work on continual academic gains.


Attention All Hazel Park Schools Substitute Teachers

The district will be transferring our third party substitute teacher contract from TSS to PESG. You will be receiving information from PESG regarding meetings that will assist you in getting set up in their payroll system and their on-boarding process. This communication will be coming out the week the week of July 20, 2016.

PESG logo


 

Hazel Park Schools Names New Superintendent

Hazel Park Schools Board of Education plans to announce Dr. Amy Kruppe (pronounced Kroup-E), from the Niles (IL) Elementary School District 71 (a northwest Chicago suburb), has been selected and is expected to be named its superintendent at the 7:30 p.m. board meeting this evening. 

Dr. Amy Kruppe Announcement


Deficit Elimination Plan (DEP) and Supporting Documentation

DEP Executive Summary

DEP Expenditure and Reduction Summary

DEP 5-year Worksheet

Michigan Department of Education Approval Letter


 Summer School - Elementary

In previous years, our school district has offered summer school for eligible students exiting Grades K, 1, 2 and 3. During the course of the financial audits and analysis conducted to examine our district’s financial situations, it has been determined that we need to re-evaluate our elementary summer school program to ensure it is meeting the academic standards and goals set forth in both our district school improvement plan and our Title I plan.  Therefore, we will not be offering an elementary summer school program this year.  Instead, staff will be revamping the program so that it is better able to meet the academic needs of our children.  It is our intention to offer summer school again in the summer of 2016.  We understand that many of you relied on this program and we are sorry for any inconvenience that this may cause you.  However, we believe this will give us the opportunity to offer an even better intervention program in the future.  Thank you for your understanding.  


Message from Interim Superintendent Dr. Rick Repicky 4/17/2015

Attention Parents of Seniors at Hazel Park High School. During the past few days there has been some discussion of changes to the traditional Class Day event. This message is to let you know that these changes will not take place. Class Day events will remain the same as previous years for the Class of 2015. Start Time will be 9:00 a.m.

32 Candidates Seek Hazel Park Superintendency

By Dr. Rick Repicky
Interim Superintendent

On Wednesday, April 29, the Hazel Park Board of Education will take a historic first step as it considers the attributes of the 32 candidates who applied for the position of superintendent. There is no way to interpret the large group of 32 candidates other than to view it is a credit to the district that so many seek to serve as the educational leader of the
Hazel Park community.   READ MORE CLICK HERE


 

Thoughts on Prop 1

Dr. Rick Repicky, Interim Superintendent, Hazel Park Schools May 4, 2015
 

Tomorrow, May 5, voters will speak out on Proposal 1, an issue that promises to fix Michigan roads and provide additional funding for schools and municipalities. Like most issues, there are two sides to the story.  Click HERE to read more


M-STEP Testing for Students

In June 2014, the Michigan Legislature required the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to develop a new test for spring 2015, creating a need to reduce a normal three-year test development process to nine months. We have been working hard to accomplish this and are excited to announce our new assessment system called the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP.

The M-STEP will include our summative assessments designed to measure student growth effectively for today’s students. English language arts and mathematics will be assessed in grades 3–8, science in grades 4 and 7, and social studies in grades 5 and 8. It also includes the Michigan Merit Examination in 11th grade, which consists of the ACT Plus Writing, WorkKeys, and M-STEP summative assessments in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.

Click here to download parent letter


 

Superintendent's Update 3/19/2015

As your interim superintendent, I am writing to all Hazel Park employees regarding the status of the budget and central office changes. I have been here just over a week and understand that there has been confusion in the ranks. Hopefully, this information will clear the air on the issues it addresses.  Hazel Park Schools Turnaround Update


 

M-STEP Testing for Students

In June 2014, the Michigan Legislature required the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) to develop a new test for spring 2015, creating a need to reduce a normal three-year test development process to nine months. We have been working hard to accomplish this and are excited to announce our new assessment system called the Michigan Student Test of Educational Progress, or M-STEP.
 
The M-STEP will include our summative assessments designed to measure student growth effectively for today’s students. English language arts and mathematics will be assessed in grades 3–8, science in grades 4 and 7, and social studies in grades 5 and 8. It also includes the Michigan Merit Examination in 11th grade, which consists of the ACT Plus Writing, WorkKeys, and M-STEP summative assessments in English language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.

Click here to download parent letter


Superintendent's Update 3/19/2015

As your interim superintendent, I am writing to all Hazel Park employees regarding the status of the budget and central office changes. I have been here just over a week and understand that there has been confusion in the ranks. Hopefully, this information will clear the air on the issues it addresses.  Hazel Park Schools Turnaround Update


Families in Need

Families and unaccompanied youths facing homelessness or foreclosure should contact the Homeless Liaison for the Hazel Park Schools Mrs. Kathryn Borowicz at 248-658-5238 for assistance and referrals.


Hazel Park Board of Education Stakeholder Meeting to

Gather Input for the Superintendent Search

The Hazel Park Board of Education and its superintendent search consultant Marlene Davis, with Michigan Association of School Boards, will be hosting a community meeting to allow district stakeholders an opportunity to share their thoughts in what qualities, experiences and skills they would like to see in the district’s next superintendent. The meeting will be held Wednesday, March 25, at 7:00 p.m. in the Hazel Park Junior High auditorium located at 22770 Highland, Hazel Park. This meeting is open to all district stakeholders.

All district stakeholders are encouraged to complete a short survey to share their perspective regarding the qualities, experiences and skills that they would like to see in the district’s next superintendent. The survey will be open from today through Friday, March 27, 2015 and can be found at.


 

Hazel Park Schools Appoint Interim Superintendent

On Monday, March 9, the Hazel Park Board of Education accepted the resignation of superintendent Mr. James Meisinger. Mr. Meisinger was completing his fourth year as the superintendent and served the district in other capacities for 38 years.
His resignation came after the Board of Education requested assistance from Oakland Schools. Oakland Schools is in the process of appointing a team of administrators to temporarily assist the district with its current situation. The team includes help for the business and human resources departments as well as an interim superintendent. Dr. Rick Repicky is serving as the Interim Superintendent of Hazel Park Schools effective Wednesday, March 11. Dr. Repicky will work with the Hazel Park Board of Education and administrative team to implement the deficit elimination plan and review district processes and procedures.  Click here to download


 

 

Employee LogoCareer Opportunities with
Hazel Park Schools

promise zone

Enroll HPS

© Copyright 2012. Hazel Park Schools. All Rights Reserved.

site design BY: ICONIXINC | Auburn Hills