WELCOME TO Taylor School District

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 MI School Data
 Click for the District 2015 Letter  and AER Report 

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Arch Environmental Group, Inc. tested the district's drinking water for lead and 100% of our schools passed with either ND (none detected) or well below 20 (parts per billion-the EPA standard.) To see the report click on the water drops below.
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Where learning and fun come together!
Before and After School Care
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To register and see discounts for Champions Summer Camp click HERE.

To register and see discounts for the Fall Program click HERE .


Points of Pride

Through AdvancED the entire Taylor School District has been approved for NCA Accreditation!
The 2015-2016 OUT-OF-DISTRICT School of Choice for residents residing in Wayne County is closed for the 2015-2016 school year.
U.S. News & World Report ranked John F. Kennedy High School Bronze in the nation two years in a row.
Taylor Schools is happy to announce that we are offering In District School of Choice for Elementary School students.
FALL 2015 Full and Part Day Classes Available, Monday thru Thursday. This program offers: Certified Teachers, Music and Movement,Well-Equipped Classrooms, Writing, Field Trips, New Friends, Learning Through Play, Art, and Creativity. Many programs are available at the Johnson Early Childhood Center. W.I.C. Food Program(women, infants and children food distribution. The HEADSTART program begins Fall 2015 for 0 to 3 years of age. Early Learning Community Support is also available.
Wherever you want to go, we help you get there. College, certifications, internship, apprenticeship, technical training and a rewarding career are what we prepare you for - all while you're still in high school.
Taylor Schools is happy to announce that we are offering Taylor Virtual Learning Academy (TVLA).
World Class Robotics Program
Congratulations to Taylor’s robotics team, TnT 280. The team has done an excellent job during this year's competition season, winning the district Chairman's Award and being named as Alliance Captains at both of their district events. The team traveled to St. Louis to attend the FRC Championship event at the end of April to compete against 600 other teams from countries all over the world. What is FRC? FRC stands for FIRST robotics competition, which is the high school version of the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) program. FRC asks students build a robot in six weeks that does a certain task. This year, the robot is required to play a game called Recycle Rush. In the game, the robot must stack totes and place a recycling bin on top of the stack, they can also put a pool noodle inside of the recycling bin for more points. Great Job Team TnT 280!.
The Taylor Public School Foundation for Educational Excellence is a non-profit independent organization of volunteers committed to enriching the educational environment of the Taylor School District.
Our purpose is to enhance the educational atmosphere of the Taylor School District by developing an active alumni association for the common good of both the graduates and the school district.
The mission of the Taylor Reading Corps is to enhance the learning opportunities for Taylor School District students through the recruitment, training and sustainment of a network of volunteers.
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Art Show from the Literacy Luau
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School Safety Drills

eye chart.jpgTogether, We're helping children see! Taylor School Nursing Department has a vision program called Sight For Students.  We have FREE certificates available to TSD students in need of eyecare and eyewear.  The FREE gift certificate covers an eye exam, lens, and frames for eligible students.  We are pleased to provide these certificates to our TSD students.  To inquire about student eligibility please call your students school and ask to speak to the School Nurse about the FREE vision program!