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Brett Atwood

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Brett Atwood has worked in broadcast television for nearly six years. Having graduated with a bachelor's degree in TV Production from Ferris State University, he continues to produce promotional and lifestyle content for WOOD TV8, in addition to owning his own freelance video business, Be Heard Productions. Brett has a great love for telling compelling stories in a creative format. He is excited to use his talents in sharing what's happening within our local schools.

FFA students teach young 5’s about soybeans, farm safety and natural resources

FFA students from Cedar Springs High School taught young 5’s classes about soybeans, farm safety and natural resources...

Students learn job-interview skills by practicing with business, industry leaders

Students in the Project NEXT project-based learning program interviewed with business and industry leaders to help educate them about effective job-interview skills...

And the wheels on the library go round and round

The Rockford Book Bus is a new addition to learning resources in Rockford this summer, making four stops a day in a converted school bus to bring books to children and families...

In a crazy year, teachers still taught, students still learned, and fun was still had

In a school year unlike any that came before it, teachers, students and parents all found creative ways to teach and learn despite the pandemic...

Center Programs graduates complete journey ‘from kindergarten to here’

Graduates of Kent ISD’s Center Programs recently celebrated the completion of their school careers with a festive ceremony...

How an unexpected turn in salmon project led to valuable life lessons

The school year is ending and projects at all grade levels are wrapping up. For some fifth graders in Forest Hills, one didn’t conclude exactly as planned…

Bringing ‘that magic threshold’ to students: branch library opens in a school

From dinosaurs to doctors, new worlds unfold for students who now have a community library down the hall...

For Diego, gym class ‘feels like my greatest accomplishment’

A student with cognitive impairment finds joy in gym class, wheelchair and all...

Reading dog becomes students’ best friend in English class

Wyoming Junior High English teacher Shantel VanderGalien has given her students a new reading companion this year: Quinn the greyhound...

Need a brain break? Insert Improv, release creativity

Wealthy Elementary fourth-graders get a ‘brain break’ through an online lesson in improv from Detroit...

In year of COVID craziness, school stories of inspiration still shine

A video School News Network captured some of the stories that celebrate remarkable achievements of 2020 in this video holiday message...

Kept out of classrooms, kids learn from the great outdoors

Moving learning out of the classroom doesn’t necessarily equate to more screen time for students, who can also learn from Mother Nature...

Hands-on history: museum becomes classroom for curious students

It’s one thing to study about history in a virtual classroom; it’s another to be immersed in it inside a museum. Students from every area district now have the opportunity to experience hands-on lessons in after-school programs for third- through eighth-graders at the Grand Rapids Public Museum...

Summer programs hit a high note for thousands of students

Educators across the county called on Kent ISD to deliver more robust summer learning opportunities following the school shutdown due to the pandemic.

Amid the virus gloom, schools shine rays of goodness

For every storm cloud there’s a rainbow on the horizon, and in the midst of coronavirus, there are plenty of bright spots to illuminate -- especially in the world of education...

School bus delivers so much more than meals during school closure

Kenowa Hills is one of many districts who are making sure their students receive the daily meals that they normally rely on their schools to provide...
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