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Adrian Hirsch has been with SNN since its launch, starting as an intern from Grand Valley State University where he received a degree in broadcasting and business. After the internship, Adrian was brought on as staff to continue reporting, editing and publishing stories for SNN and Kent ISD. Adrian has been active with community radio station WYCE for years, served as Non-Profit Coordinator for GRTV, and currently works as the Web Producer for SNN.

Area Schools Receive HEARTSafe Designation for Cardiac Preparedness

Kent Transition Center, the Tech Center, and Cedar Springs public schools are among the 40 Michigan schools to recieve recognition for the new MI HEARTSafe School designation by the Michigan Departments of Community Health (MDCH), Education (MDE), Michigan Alliance...

Educators Weigh in About Online Tests

As Stacey Cooper's second-graders at Sparta's Ridgeview Elementary completed an online test, several of them waited patiently with hands raised. They wanted help from Cooper and Principal Marialyce Zeerip, who helped out during the school's trial of new computer-based...

Family Fun Fest Boosts Student’s Elementary Experience

Children skipped around with newly-won goldfish while parents mused over silent auction items at the annual Family Fun Fest at Sparta's Appleview Elementary. This day of clowns, carnival games, raffles, and laughter filled the school's gymnasium. The festival with...

KCTC Student Sierra Races toward Dream Career

What started with racing her go karts and snowmobiles has turned into a full time dream come true for Sierra Lantz, a student in the Auto Collision Repair program at the Tech Center. The recent class project: her own...

Projects Help Special Needs Students Learn, Gain Confidence

Many people never get over the fear of public speaking. But not the five students from a regional program based in Sparta High School, who helped give an hour long presentation at the recent Council for Exceptional Children annual...

Student Competitors Put Skills to the Test

Cakes were baking and hammers were swinging at the Skills USA regionals recently hosted at Kent Career Tech Center, where 400 students from across the state competed for scholarships and a chance to head to State and National Championships. Baker...

Veterans Honored on the Big Screen through Student Documentaries

Veterans' stories from World War ll and the Korean War premiered on the big screen during the recent Red Carpet Event at Wealthy Theater. One Hundred students from Kent Innovation High School produced documentaries with footage from interviews they...

Students Explore Their Future with Criminal Justice Professionals

300 criminal justice students from Kent Career Tech Center (KCTC) and 13 other West Michigan tech centers crowded around representatives from military units, the Secret Service, State and Local Police departments, as well as court representatives who shared their...

World Peace, Aid for Refugees on Display in Final Projects

Helping refugees acclimate to living in the U.S. and mock trials using forensic science were among the many final projects students from Kent ISD's Innovation High displayed last month before winter break. Students set up booths at Innovation High to...

Job Shadow Program helps Students Explore Engineering

Students and employers built some valuable connections recently during the second session of the Engineering Explorers program.  The program began in spring 2013 and connects students with local engineering firms to expand their knowledge of the field. For a...

Tweet N’ Eat While Wearing IsePure Natural Cologne

Students from the Kent Career Tech center have been selected as the top three finalists in two different categories in the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship’s World Series of Innovation. The competition, sponsored by Microsoft and other organizations, encourages innovation...
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