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2203 Wildner Road, Sebewaing, MI 48759

Central Office
  • (989) 883-2360
  • HS Office
  • (989) 883-2534
  • MS Office
  • (989) 883-3140
  • ElE Office
  • (989) 883-9147
  • Activities

    Opportunities for students at USA Elementary are offered at every level.

    We have an extensive Character Education program. Each day is started with our Morning Assembly that incorporates music, dance, readings and character themes of the month.

    The USA Elementary Talent Show, held each spring, is a highlight event for the students and the community. Sponsored by Student Council, young talent is presented in our state of the art auditorium.

    Field trips with all children are encouraged to enrich the classroom curriculum. Some of our local trips include community businesses, Midland Center for the Arts, Dow Gardens, Bay City State Park, Crossroads Village, pumpkin farms, Project RED, apple orchards, State of Michigan Capitol Building and Museum, theater productions, Delta College Planetarium and the stone quarry.

    The fourth grade classroom takes an annual trip to the Upper Peninsula in May as part of their unit on Michigan. Stops include the Tahaquehamen Falls, Soo Locks, Mackinaw Island and Hartwick Pines.

    We take great pride in our Big Buddy/Little Buddy program at USA Elementary. Each classroom is paired up with another classroom. These classrooms meet weekly to learn together and also to promote friendships.

    Literacy Activities are promoted throughout the year with monthly writing themes, a Young Authors writing program, and writing activities within the classrooms. An annual Read-In is a highlight of Reading Month in March. Volunteer readers visit the school to read with children in an all-day reading extravaganza.

    Other activities include: Placing flags on the gravesites of our local Veterans, kindergarten graduation, Tuscola County Spelling Bee, student council, student ambassadors, and student character teams are just some of the ways that we strive to promote citizenship and leadership opportunities within our school day.