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WELCOME TO Sandusky Community SCHOOLS

The mission of Sandusky Community Schools is to foster responsibility in all of our students through the development of knowledge, self-esteem, and citizenship.

We believe that education is a process of human interaction through which individuals grow in their understanding and control of themselves and their environment, so that they may contribute their fullest to the development of society.

To this end, we shall strive to:

  • Meet the individual needs of all students - physically, emotionally, socially, academically, and intellectually;

  • Provide comprehensive education to all students;

  • Support the growth of every district employee;

  • Involve parents as active partners in their child's education;

  • Promote community pride in our schools;

  • Communicate this philosophy to the staff and community to promote their understanding and support.

‚ÄčWhat's New?


Superintendent search moves to interview stage

The Sandusky Board of Education on Tuesday, April 18, 2017 met and reviewed applications for their superintendent opening.  The board received 21 applications for the soon to be open position.  After careful review and discussion, the board agreed to offer interviews to six candidates.  The interview schedule is as follows:

6:00 - 6:50 p.m.
         Perrera, Joseph - 
Whittemore-Prescott Schools Superintendent
7:00 - 7:50 p.m.
            McElrath, Jason - Hillman Comm. Schools Superintendent/Principal
8:00 - 8:50 p.m.
Williams, Mark - Standish-Sterling Comm. Schools High School

6:00 - 6:50 p.m.
         Flynn, Paul - Yale Public Schools High School Principal
7:00 - 7:50 p.m.
Terpenning, Levi (Jeff) - Hillsdale Community Schools High School
8:00 - 8:50 p.m.
Yorke, Jeffrey - Millington Comm. Schools Instructional & Student
                                   Support Director

The board will interview each candidate in the board meeting room at Sandusky High School.  The board invites all community members to observe the interviews.  The public will be able to give feedback to the board and also to ask questions via question forms to the board.

“We had a large group of highly qualified candidates for the board to review.  The board did a very thorough review of the application information and made a thoughtful decision on who to invite for interviews.  They have done a great job so far.’ According to Scott Morrell, Consultant-Michigan Association of School Boards Executive Search Services, who is working with the board through the entire process.

Following the second evening of interviews, the board will be discussing who they would like to invite for a second interview to be held on Thursday, May 4th at 6:00 PM.  Following the conclusion of second interviews, the board will decide if they feel site visits are required or not.  The board has the option of deciding that evening or at their May 15th session on who they want as the next superintendent to replace Michael Carmean, who is retiring after seven years as the Sandusky Superintendent.

Please contact the Superintendent’s Office at (810) 648-3400 if you need additional information.



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Flags of remembrance: The sanilac county flag project


Sandusky High School, in partnership with local VFW and American Legion posts,
introduces Flags of Remembrance: The Sanilac County Flag Project. The intent is to remember deceased veterans by displaying a flag in their honor near the War Memorials on the Sanilac County Courthouse lawn. A contribution of $100 will secure a flag for your veteran that will be displayed during National holidays and special events. This special tribute includes a new flag, flagpole, base, and an engraved plaque. Engraving will include veteran’s name, rank, branch and one of the following: era of service, theater of war, etc.

Click here for a donation form!