Hunter Elementary School

21320 Roche St.
Brownstown, Michigan 48183

Phone: 734-379-6390
Fax: 734-535-1799

Mrs. Jenna Mullins, Principal
Mrs. Chiarina Clark, Administrative Assistant

Our School Hours:

Full Day: 8:48AM-3:43PM
Half Day: 8:48AM-12:00PM
Office Hours: 8:00AM-4:00PM


We are a Pre-K to 5th grade school dedicated to our students. Hunter's teachers and staff strive to deliver quality education in a safe and secure environment where instructional services and programs meet the needs of all students. The teaching staff is committed to providing a positive learning environment reflecting district and state standards. In addition to high academic standards, we strive to develop qualities that enable students to become responsible citizens in our society. Students are expected to conduct themselves in a positive manner and show respect for self and others. Hunter Elementary offers many opportunities for student learning and growth. Our H.F.S.A / P.T.O is active throughout the year providing input in school decisions, volunteering for activities and events and fundraising for school projects.

Mission Statement

The Hunter School Community will provide a safe nurturing environment, promote success,
and produce respectful, life long learners.

Daily Schedule

School starts at 8:48 AM and ends at 3:43 PM. Half-day dismissal is at 12:00 PM. In the event of a school closing, please tune radio to local stations (WJR AM 760 or WWJ AM 950), or to the local television station Channel 4 or Channel 7. Click here to check out road conditions in Michigan compliments of AAA Traffic . You may also check local weather and school closings at WXYZ.COM.

Arrival and Dismissal

Children should plan to arrive no more than 5 minutes before the first bell, as children are not allowed in the classroom without teacher supervision.
If students are kept after school more than 5 minutes, the parents will be notified.
If you find it necessary to come into school before dismissal time, please wait in the lobby by the office. No parents are to wait at classroom.

School Breakfast Information

School breakfast provides 1/4 of your child’s daily nutrition needs and research shows breakfast provides fuel for school and boosts brain power. Breakfast at school is *affordable, too. It’s available for all students and if you qualify for free or reduced price lunch, you also qualify for the free or reduced price breakfast.