Sigel Township School District #3F
In 1859, early German and Polish settlers began to settle in an area located between Sand Beach (now Harbor Beach) and Bad Axe, Michigan. The area was blessed with stands of virgin timber of hardwoods, pine, cedar and hemlock. The families of these settlers worked diligently to transform the surrounding area into land that was suitable for farming. The soil consisted of rich clay loam.
By an act of the Michigan Legislature, the surveyed township number 16 north, of range 14 east, in the County of Huron, was organized into a township, and given the name Sigel. This name honored Civil War General Franz Seigel, who served in the Union Army.
The Sigel Township School District #3 was organized on August 31, 1883, when Moses S. Dundas sold a one acre tract of land to the new school district for $23.00.
Adams School Briefs
We are excited for another great year. Our school has 27 students enrolled for the current year. Please check out the website for news and notes. We have added some new features. We are excited for a wonderful school year.
- Dr. Nancy Lubeski – Superintendent
- Julie Talaski – Rural School Supervisor
- Brian Learman – President
- Keri Tenbusch – Secretary
- Curt Tenbusch – Treasurer
- Jessica Tenbusch – Teacher
- Sally Kiehl – Teacher
- Colleen Guza – Paraprofessional
- Brenda Kempisty – Paraprofessional
It is the policy of the Huron County Rural Schools not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, age, height, weight, marital status, genetic information, or any other legally-protected characteristic, in its programs, activities, or employment.