Liggett’s prekindergarten program uses a self-guided approach to learning that encourages children to draw upon their curiosities, empowering them to ask questions and explore both independently and collaboratively.
University Liggett School has received a $25,000 grant from the Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan to host two Liggett Coach Academy sessions for youth sports coaches in metro Detroit. The grant, awarded through the Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Legacy Fund for Youth Sports, supports two academies held by the school to offer training on best practices for youth coaches in southeast Michigan, many of which are volunteers.
The goal of the Liggett Coach Academy is to help youth sports volunteers gain a better understanding of best practices in coaching strategies and tactics in order to provide athletes with a positive and engaging athletic experience.
University Liggett School students Geoffrey Elmer, William Higbie, Quinn Nehr and Errol Service Jr., had a successful week at the Educational Theater Association International Thespian Festival in Lincoln, Neb. Elmer and Nehr received medals and a superior rating for their duet acting scene. Service and Nehr were part of the Playworks Program and were seen in the staging of the critically acclaimed presentation of “The String.” Dr. Phillip Moss directed as part of Playworks Program and lead his peers teaching workshops on the adjudication process for national main stage shows.
Lindsey Bachman will assume the newly created role of Dean of Health and Wellness, continuing her work as Middle School Physical Education and Wellness Teacher and Upper School Boys, Girls Cross Country and Track & Field Head Coach. Bachman has been at University Liggett School for seven years.
Adam Hellebuyck will assume the newly created Dean of Curriculum and Assessment role, while continuing his work as an Upper School History and Social Studies Teacher. Hellebuyck has been at University Liggett School for 11 years.
Michael Medvinsky will assume the newly created role of Dean of Pedagogy & Innovation, while continuing his work as Lower School Technology Integrator. Medvinsky has been at University Liggett School for four years.
The soccer team moves on to the state semi-finals with a 3-0 win over Genesee Christian High School. The Knights will play at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 12 at Troy Athens High School in the state semi-final game.
University Liggett School is a private preschool and kindergarten through 12th grade college preparatory school in Metro Detroit that is nationally recognized for its innovative curriculum and arts and athletics offerings.