Foreign Language Immersion and Cultural Studies Blog

Safety Net Information

When a child is left unattended after school (not in latch-key or in an after school activity), the procedure is to send the child to the DPS Police Department Safety Net location for our...

Principal’s Chat & Chew

On 12/21/17 at 4pm, I held a Principal’s Chat & Chew.  A Chat & Chew is an opportunity for parents to have direct access to the principal and the only agenda item is that...

Holiday Happening – Highlight

For the first time, a middle school chorus was formed and conducted by Ms. Peebles. It was amazing. You can enjoy the performance by clicking on the icon below.

Our 8th graders meet a Holocaust survivor

Ms. B. Walker has our 8th grade students read the world renowned book “Night” from Elie Wiesel. As a highlight, our students have had the rare privilege to meet Mrs. Mania Salinger, one of...

Scholastics Book Fair next week

All students have received fliers regarding the fair. The fair is planned to start after setting up in room 53, in the basement. The fair should be open by 1:00PM.

Exercising the democratic process at FLICS

This Holiday Season FLICS feels gratitude and thankfulness. FLICS students have been engaged in the democratic process. Twenty middle school students participated in Michigan Youth in Government in Lansing, MI as the FLICS Delegates in the House of...

Breakfast with “Pere Noel” (Santa)

The “French Connection Club” of FLICS invites you to take pictures an have breakfast with “Pere Noel” (Santa) on Wednesday, December 20, 2017 in the FLICS Cafeteria from 7:30 – 8:30AM. The cost is...

Thanksgiving Break is starting tonight!

For the first time in years, our Thanksgiving break will include the Wednesday before the holiday. School will resume on Monday, November 27th, 2017. May these few days, and this coming holiday be a...