April 24, 2019 –
The contractual calendar is now posted! Included are the possible snow make-up dates and the last day of school for the seniors.
May 28, 2019 –
Cromaine Library is hosting Exam Study Space for Hartland Consolidated Schools students as they prepare for final exams the week of June 3. Quiet space and tables for individuals, groups, or even teachers hosting study groups, plus free snacks and drinks!
May 24, 2019 –
The Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce welcomed the following new members in May. Want to know what membership can do for your business? Check out the Chamber’s website for more details.
Congratulations to the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce winners!
Business Excellence Award: Fountain of Youth Skin Renewal Centre
Business Advocate of the Year Award: State Rep. Hank Vaupel
Impact Award: Livingston County United Way
New Member of the Year Award: Hickory BBQ & Grill
Round of Applause: Detroit Polo Club
Chamber Member of the Year: Jeff Nelson, Bulldog IT Services
Friendly By Nature Volunteer of the Year: Kathy Farhat-Tomaszewski
Scholarship Winners: Adrianna Greer and Griffin Neuer
April 30, 2019 –
Congratulations to Mrs. Kathi Letovsky and all six of her Hartland High School choirs on receiving the Blue Ribbon Excellence award at the State Choir Festival! That is the highest honor a choir can achieve. The six choirs include: Concert, Womens, Varsity Men, Varsity Chorus, Chamber, and Con Espiritu. Want to see them perform in person? The end of the year concert, “Bold Adventures” is Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 pm at the HESSC Performing Arts Center. Tickets are $4 and can be purchased below.
The Township staff and board members enthusiastically encourage you to attend a presentation of an updated Retail Market Analysis report by the renowned Gibbs Planning Group on the evening of Tuesday, August 6 at 7 p.m., as part of our regularly scheduled board meeting at Township Hall.
A Gibbs consultant will do a deeper dive on some stats from the report, such as:
- Hartland Township can presently support about 117,000 additional square feet of certain retail and restaurant development
- That could potentially generate over $35 million in new sales
Congratulations Paul Scheidler, winner of the 2018 Michigan High School History Teacher of the Year award!
First Impression Print and Marketing first opened their business in 1989 in 600 sq feet and with one employee. Now celebrating their 30th year in business with 12 employees and own 6800 sq. ft. building. They love to help their clients be successful and help them build their brand.
The Michigan Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MIAAA) has selected Anna Devitt of Hartland High school as the Administrative Assistant of the Year.
April 1, 2019 –
Hartland Connect (with Kristy and Andrew) finds signs of new life in the Village…
April 6, 2019 –
April 10, 2019 –
Want to manage public relations for a growing community on a flexible schedule up to 20 hours per week?
Email your résumé by April 29, 2019, to email@example.com or by mail to Hartland Township Manager, 2655 Clark Road, Hartland, MI 48353. Review the job description for more information. EOE/ADA. Hiring Range: $24.66/hour – $29.01/hour DOQ (Pay Grade Maximum: $33.36/hour)
May 23, 2019 – The Future of Hartland Township. A must view for all Residents!
May 7, 2019 –
Congratulations to Mr. Paul Scheidler, Hartland High School Social Studies teacher on being named Teacher of the Year for Hartland Consolidated Schools. Paul is also the Grand Marshal for the 2019 Hartland Area Community Council Memorial Day Parade! In addition to his distinguished teaching career, Paul has served in the military. The Hartland community thanks him for his military service and his exemplary teaching, serving as a role model and mentor to many!
May 13, 2019 –
The change in management of the Hartland Music Hall begins July 1, 2019. Increasingly, the Hartland Consolidated Schools must focus on their primary purpose–educating future generations and maintaining their facilities to support that purpose. As part of Hartland’s Cromaine District Library strategic plan, the Library has committed to strengthening the community’s expectation of its role as a cultural center. In this new partnership, on behalf of the Hartland Consolidated Schools Foundation (owner of the Hartland Music Hall), the Schools have offered the Library the opportunity to manage the Hartland Music Hall, one of this community’s most historic and valued cultural assets.