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Third-grade artists invited to create new installation

Third-grade artists bring district themes, such as “reaching for the stars” to life on canvases headed for administration building...

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Tue 19

Fifth Grade Concert, Holland

February 19 @ 9:40 am - 10:30 am

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A limp can’t slow this high-achieving fighter who helps others

Lauren Hudson, the most recent student recipient of the YWCA West Central Michigan’s Tribute Award, overcame the painful effects of a rare hip disease to do great work in school and for others...

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MSU finance study finds education funding going backwards, with Michigan dead last among the states — and the disinvestment shows

A study on Michigan school finance, detailing how state lags in revenue growth and student performance, calls for a more equitable funding system...

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You can’t fatten a hog by weighing it

There is no common sense in the the current state of politics. The most recent example iste record setting excess that recently concluded the 99th session of the Michigan Legislature...

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