• Alert:

    This Friday June 5th will be the last packet run for the year. We will be delivering report carts, certificates, etc. There will be a self transport pickup on Monday the 8th from 9 am to 10 am at the Elementary School for everyone.  Anything not picked up will be mailed. This will also be the last opportunity to pick up belongings from the buses. Any belongings not retrieved by Monday the 8th will be considered abandoned and donated to charity.

    Due to road conditions the Bear route will be running the morning stop order, and Rabbit Routes will be running out of it's normal sequence starting near Nester Creek, moving into the M55 and M65 crossroads area, over toward National City then Twining and finishing up on Mill Station. But all the routes are leaving the school at 1:20 pm.

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Students snow sledding on campus
children on playground
K-2 field day
children on playground
6th grade field trip to Newman Park

News & Announcements

RFE: School Success Tip of the Day, Elementary and Secondary Editions for the week of June 01–07, 2020
WPAS Spec Ed: When Will This Whole Thing End
A special video from the Special Education department of Whittemore-Prescott Area Schools. Parody of "When Will My Life Begin" from the Disney movie Tangled.
Top 5 Athletes from Whittemore-Prescott since 2000
Read by Grade 3 Information
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Upcoming Events

Clinton Miller - Principal

Phone: (989) 756-2502

 

Sarah Clement - Building Secretary

Phone: (989) 756-2502

Extension: 401

 

Jessica Lomason - Building Secretary

Phone: (989) 756-2502

Extension: 402

 

Stefanie Sobiesiak - NEMCSA School Success Worker

Phone: (989) 756-6016

 

Monica Peach - Social Worker

Phone: (989) 756-6012

 

Karen Collins - MSU Extension Program Instructor

Phone: (989) 756-2502

Extension: 431

Elementary School Fax: (989) 756-3097

Our Mission

Whittemore-Prescott Elementary School is a place of meaningful learning, 
self-discovery, success and acceptance in collaboration with family and community.

It is the mission of the Whittemore-Prescott Elementary to provide a safe, non-threatening
environment where teachers can teach and children can learn.  The school will provide for the
growth of the total person, academically, physically, socially, and emotionally through
co-operation and commitment of the home, school, and community