East Detroit Public Schools

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East Detroit Public Schools is a school district headquartered in Eastpointe, Michigan, United States in Metro Detroit.[1] The district serves Eastpointe and a portion of Warren.

History[edit]

In a four-year period until 2012 the district lost 1,400 students. In 2012 it had $4.2 million fewer dollars in operating revenue than it did in 2011. In 2012 the district had 3,500 students. During that year the district opened up a school of choice program for grades K-8 so that anyone from Macomb County may apply to attend East Detroit schools.[2]

On November 8, 2013, David Zauner, a teacher at East Detroit High School, dove into a pool to rescue a 14-year old student who was drowning. The boy died in the hospital four days later. In June 2014 Zauner accused the school district and John Rizzo, the school's assistant principal and athletic director, of retaliating against him for cooperating with a police investigation about the incident; Zauner is suing the district and Rizzo.[3]

Schools[edit]

Secondary schools[edit]

  • Kellwood Center (Alternative)

Elementary schools[edit]

Elementary schools (K-2)[edit]

  • Crescentwood Elementary School
  • Forest Park Elementary School

Elementary schools (3-6)[edit]

  • Bellview Elementary School
  • Pleasantview Elementary School

Former Schools[edit]

  • Grant Junior High School
  • Oakwood Middle School
  • Kantner Elementary School
  • Roosevelt Elementary School
  • Warrendale Elementary School
  • Woodland Elementary School
  • Kellwood Elementary School
  • Kern Elementary School
  • Deerfield Elementary School

References[edit]

  1. ^ Home page. East Detroit Public Schools. Retrieved on April 11, 2009.
  2. ^ Hotts, Mitch. "East Detroit approves limited Schools of Choice." The Macomb Daily. February 27, 2012. Updated on March 27, 2012.
  3. ^ Hall, Christina. "Teacher who pulled drowned boy from pool says district retaliated." Detroit Free Press. June 29, 2014. Retrieved on July 1, 2014. - Also available from (Archive) the USA Today, dated June 30, 2014.

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