Student Artwork Featured in MAEA Show

A message from Mrs. Browning, our visual arts instructor: I am excited to announce the following student artwork has been entered in the Michigan Art Education Association Region 10 Exhibit: Barhitte: Joshua Downs- 5th grade Benjamin Russell- 5th grade Selena Russell- Kindergarten Addison Morey- 2nd grade Middle School: Emilee Howart High School: Jonathon Miller- 9th grade…

Bentley’s Board of Education

January was School Board Recognition Month and Bentley Community Schools joined 540 local and 56 intermediate school districts across the state to thank these community volunteers for their untiring dedication to public education. Serving on a school board has been described as the toughest volunteer job in America. Yet Michigan’s public school board members dedicate countless…

Student Early Dismissal: A Message from Mr. Dickenson

Bentley Community Parents: I just wanted to take sometime and clear up any confusion on board policy in regards to checking out students. Our board policy states: 5230 – LATE ARRIVAL AND EARLY DISMISSAL It is necessary that a student be in attendance throughout the school day in order to benefit fully from the educational…

Volunteers Honored at Board Meeting

Several volunteers were honored at Tuesday night’s board meeting held at Barhitte Elementary School. Mr. Arrington was able to recognize the following individuals for their commitment to Bentley Community Schools: David Fletcher: Mr. Fletcher is an employee of ZF-TRW. The company generously donated lockers to Bentley. Bryan Danks: Mr. Danks is also an employee of…

School Closings & Delays: What to Expect this Winter

Despite the warmer-than-normal weather this November, Bentley Schools has been preparing for the approaching winter season by reviewing our school closing procedures. Area administrators take making the decision to delay or close school very seriously, and a lot of thought and organization goes into making the call to close school. Decision Making So who makes…