For Parents & Students

Welcome to Duncan Lake Middle School!  As a parent, you are your child's first teacher and a valued member of the educational team.  Parent involvement is critical to the success of our students.  Letting your child know that school is important is one way of ensuring success.  For more information on other ways you can be involved, please contact us for volunteer opportunities.

Explore the Community page on our website to find a variety of opportunities and resources available for Caledonia families. Whether your child enjoys sports, STEM activities, or the arts, our community offers quality programs to enhance their interests and growth. Check out the wide range of enriching experiences available.

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What Will Your Child Learn At School?

The Michigan Department of Education has established standards and benchmarks that all school districts must follow.  School districts are given the flexibility to choose their own textbooks, resources, materials, and methods, but all schools must teach the State Standards. These standards and benchmarks can be found within the Michigan Merit Curriculum and are assessed through the MSTEP and SAT tests.   Caledonia Community Schools meets these State Standard requirements by following our district curriculum which is correlated with the Michigan Merit Curriculum.

K-12 English Language Arts Standards

K-12 Math Standards

K-12 Science Standards

K-12 Social Studies Standards

Arts Standards

Physical Education Standards

K-8 Health Standards

Post-Opportunity Graduation Informational Packet

For detailed information on medication administration and our School Health Program, please visit the School Health Program page on our website. Our dedicated Registered Nurses are here to assist with any health-related concerns. You'll find information on medication requirements, self-carry medications, and managing common health conditions such as severe allergies, asthma, seizures, diabetes, and G-Tube usage. Your child's health and safety are our top priorities.

Pesticide Notice:

The district's annual pesticide notification to parents can be found on the district transparency page under annual notifications. 

 

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Anyone can report tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools. Tips can be submitted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call: 8-555-OK2SAY
Text: OK2SAY
Email: OK2SAY@mi.gov
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