We are excited to announce we will be offering a K-8 summer camp featuring academic and enrichment programs. Summer Camp will be face to face, in person!  

We are hosting 2 sessions, 4 weeks long: Session 1: June 28-July 23 and Session 2: July 26-August 20. The program will run Monday - Friday from 8:30a - 12:00p at the following locations: 

Holland Elementary: Grades K-5

Myers Elementary: Grades K-5

Taylor High School: Grades 6-12

In addition to Reading, Math and Science offerings, we are also incorporating enrichment, recreation and FUN activities! Parents please register students by Sunday, May 23rd at 11:59 PM using the form below. 

Link to register: 2021 K-8 TSD Summer Camp Application

If you have any questions, please reach out to Huda Harajli at 



School Hours:

Start time 8:38 A.M. 

Half Day dismissal is 11:49 A.M.

Full Day dismissal is 3:32 P.M.

Make yourself familiar with the curriculum your child will be expected to learn in each grade:

Parents' Guides to the Common Core


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Our beautiful rock garden

The students painted rocks and we "planted" a rock garden. 


Color Run

Ms. Rebecca “Becky” Worth was a teacher for 22 years. She came to Kinyon in the Fall of 2018 after having taught in Detroit for 19 years.  Ms. Worth was a proud Alumni of Eastern Michigan University. She graduated with both her bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Eastern.  At Kinyon, Ms. Worth quickly found her home away from home. She taught 4th grade and found joy in the relationships she built with her students and their families. She wasn’t just their teacher, but she was one of their biggest cheerleaders. You could often find her at her students sporting events, dance recitals and birthdays.  Ms. Worth passed away unexpectedly in November due to a heart issue. While she leaves behind many who loved and adored her, she has also left a legacy for those who were touched by her teaching and her friendship. She is deeply missed by many.


This would have been Ms. Ball's third year with us.  She worked with over 120 of our second and third graders, helping to strengthen their reading skills.  She was always positive, and didn't complain.  Her positivity and optimism even remained after her cancer diagnosis in May, 2020.  When asked how she was doing this past fall, she said she was doing well, even when she was not.