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Farms Intermediate School

Students in Mr. Anderson’s homeroom are competing in the Capitol Hill Stock Market Game Challenge (CHC).  The CHC is a partnership between a Congressperson or Senator and a classroom.  Mr. Anderson’s students are paired up with Congressman Mike Bishop.  Congressman Bishop visited with Mr. Anderson and his students on March 10th to see how the students were doing with the Stock Market Challenge.  During the CHC, students have to purchase stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. There are eight teams and each team consists of three students.  In addition to the CHC, Mr. Anderson’s homeroom is also competing in the 1st annual “Company Face-Off” March Madness Tournament.  Each student picks one company for the tournament.  Using percent of return/week, each company faces off with another company and the stock with the highest rate of return for that week moves on to the next round.  An additional 120 students from Farms are also participating in the 2nd annual Farms Cup Challenge.  The top five students will win prizes donated by various companies.  A special thanks to Mr. Anderson for all of his hard work organizing these exciting opportunities for our students at Farms!


Welcome to Hartland Farms Intermediate!

School NewsTop of Page

May 2, 2017 Building and Site Sinking Fund Election Information


Congratulations again to the Hartland EagleBots FIRST Lego League team from Farms Intermediate School!  They competed against 50 other teams at the Michigan State Tournament this past weekend, placing 7th in the Robot Game and bringing home a trophy for 1st place in Strategy and Innovation.  

2 coaches and 6 student athletes with trophy and medals

Pictured left to right are: Therin Preiss, Lorelei Preiss, Landon Kurtz, Luke Kozak, Ethan Justice (all from Farms), and Ethan Cellarius (Mr. Foster’s class at Lakes).  Not pictured: Eric Fisco (Farms student).


Pick-up Procedures:

Please do not park and wait for your child in the last aisle of the parking lot.  This aisle is the only open aisle for traffic leaving the parking lot. Cars have been parking here and also blocking in cars that are parked in the aisle.  If there are no spots available in the pick-up line, you should be parking in a parking spot and walking to the sidewalk to pick up your child.

Students AT NO TIME should ever be walking through the parking lot without an adult with them.  A Parent needs to sign in any students who are not in their classroom by 8:45 AM, and sign out any students needed for early dismissal.  Thank you for helping to keep our students safe.


Farms benefits from the Kroger Community Rewards Program. A percentage of the sales at Kroger go directly to Farms each year.  Please became a member and list Farms as your school.  Go to www.krogercommunityrewards.com


LOC Federal Credit Union will be here at Farms on Thursday mornings 8:45 - 9:20 a.m.

LOC has a great program here at Farms which students help run.

For more information, click on parents link above.

2016-2017 EnrollmentTop of Page

For inquires regarding enrollment please contact our office at (810) 626-2500

Mission StatementTop of Page

Farms Intermediate School
The Farms Intermediate TEAM, in cooperation with the community, is committed to meeting the unique intellectual, emotional, social and physical needs of our students.  We will ensure a safe, positive atmosphere that promotes life-long learning, a respect for diversity, responsibility for self, and concern for others.

School InformationTop of Page

Hartland Farms Intermediate School
Principal: Mikki Cheney
Asst. Principal: Mary Day
581 Taylor Road
Brighton, MI 48114
Attendance Line: (810) 626-2505
Office Phone:  (810) 626-2500
Office Fax: (810) 626-2501
Transportation: (810) 626-2175
Food Service: (810) 626-2868
Instructional Time:
Monday - Thursday  8:45am - 3:45pm
 Friday: 8:45am - 2:45pm