Welcome to Botsford Elementary School, home of the Bobcats.
Botsford Elementary School is honored to have served our community for over 60 years. We are extremely proud of our students, families, staff and the education we provide. Botsford Elementary partners with many community programs such as Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Botsford Commons Assisted Living Facility, Gleaners and the Goodfellows. Our Parent/Teacher Organization, B.E.S.T. (Botsford Elementary Support Team) sponsors wonderful activities such as Harvest Festival, Flag Football, Floor Hockey, Softball, Field Day and many other activities. We not only nurture the mind, we provide opportunities growth in other areas as well. Our students learn valuable lessons not only in the classroom but teaching sportsmanship and always doing your best. Our Positive Paw incentive program catches and recognizes students doing the “Right Thing” and our Student in the Spotlight assemblies reward long term student improvements. Student achievement and personal growth as an individual is our highest goal.
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Each spring, the Michigan Department of Education (MDE) requires all schools to participate in statewide testing in Reading, Writing, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies in Grades 3-11. Students in Clarenceville will begin testing on April 9, 2019. On Tuesday, April 9, only students in Grades 8, 10 and 11 will be at school for testing. All other students will not report that day. Your school principal will inform you of specific testing dates and times for student testing. For more information about the testing, please read this letter from SHEILA A. ALLES, INTERIM STATE SUPERINTENDENT. For more information about "What Parents Should Know About Assessments" please read the memo from MDE.