Friday, May 4, 2012
Livingston County Prosecutor will not authorize charges against the Hartland High School senior.
There will be no charges filed against the 18-year-old Hartland High School student whose texts that were sent out to some of his fellow students on May 23 were perceived as threatening and caused a social media panic. According to the Press & Argus, Livingston County prosecutor David Morse will not be authorizing charges against the high school senior calling the student’s actions “stupid” and “misguided” but not criminal. No identity has been released. The Hartland High School senior is currently on a 10-day suspension and will receive an expulsion hearing before the ten days are up, according to Superintendent Janet Sifferman. Sifferman also confirmed earlier this week that some of the vandalism acts around Hartland High School that …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
The decision will place the Hartland High School assistant principal in a classroom for the 2012-13 school year.
Members of the Hartland School Board voted 6-0 not to renew Tracey Sahouri's contract as an assistant principal at Hartland High School during a meeting Monday night. Treasurer Charlie Aberasturi was not in attendance. Sahouri's current agreement extends through June 30, 2013 and stipulates that Superintendent Janet Sifferman has the ability to place her in any role she deems necessary. On Monday, Sifferman asked the board that Sahouri be placed in a teaching position for the 2012-13 school year. "Mrs. Sahouri's administrative contract will run for one more year at which time other arrangements will be made for her employment," said Board President Kevin Kaszyca. "She will not be fired from the district." Sahouri's move to the high school …
Monday, February 13, 2012
Charges are for improperly administering the MEAP test and not about the underage drinking case, school board president says.
Hartland High School Assistant Principal Tracey Sahouri could become a teacher next school year, as the Board of Education decided to consider non-renewal of her administrative contract. The board's action on Monday dealt with charges against Sahouri regarding her alleged misconduct in administering MEAP tests, and not with the underage drinking case against her husband, which was dismissed in December, said School Board President Kevin Kaszyca. in July, Sahouri and her husband Raed Sahouri were accused of knowingly allowing underage drinking at their child's graduation party at their home in Argentine Township. The school district was very supportive of Sahouri during the case, Kaszyca said. The accusations about the MEAP testing and the …
Saturday, December 3, 2011
Eagle freshman and JV teams score wins on Friday night.
Fenton High Schol girls basketball went zero-for-three Friday night against the Hartland on Friday night in the season opener for both programs. The varsity teams played a close game throughout the first quarter, but the Eagles began to pull away midway through the second, maintaining the lead to the end with a final score of 61-41. Top scorer for the Fenton Tigers varsity team was Hannah Evo with 13 points, while Bailee Maggert led Hartland, scoring 23. Hartland also won the freshman game 29-24 and the JV tilt 36-21. Fenton now travels to Clio for a 7 p.m. game Monday while Hartland hosts Davison 7 p.m. Thursday.
Wednesday, November 9, 2011
Bringing you the latest and greatest for the weekend in Fenton and the surrounding area.
Our pick for today: Swing Dance Where: Hartland High School, 10635 Dunham Rd, Hartland, MI When: 7-10:30 p.m. Friday, Nov. 11 Cost: $5 for students/seniors, $10 for adults, or $25 for families Why go: Enjoy this dance open to the entire community as well as excellent live swing bands including the renowned Ambassadors Big Band! Food and drink are free with admission. Come back to Fenton Patch tomorrow for more weekend-things-to-do options. Or, visit our Events guide here.