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Charles Honey

Charles Honey
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Charles Honey is editor-in-chief of SNN, and covers Rockford and Grand Rapids. As a reporter for The Grand Rapids Press/mLive from 1985 to 2009, his beats included Grand Rapids Public Schools, local colleges and education issues. Honey served as editor of The Press’ award-winning Religion section for 15 years and its columnist for 20. His freelance articles have appeared in Christianity Today, Religion News Service and Faith & Leadership magazine. Read Charles' full bio

Lambs, Chicks and Horses Become a Science Lesson

Gazing at four pigs in a pen, the first graders wanted to know why some of them had blue tags in their ears and...

Kenowa Students Add College to High School Schedule

Erika Simonds didn’t expect that going to college while still in high school would be like this. “It’s exactly the opposite of what I...

For Katelyn Bowman, College is a Glass Slipper

Katelyn Bowman loved Cinderella. As a child she watched the movie over and over, and wore her Cinderella costume every Halloween. It’s no mystery why...

Top Students Find a Real Challenge in ATYP

Nineteen students hunch intently over their papers and scratch away with pens and pencils. Their English writing assignment this morning: In what way has...

Providing the Services Families Need – Right at School

When Kenyana Gary brought her children to Sibley Elementary School two years ago, she had just been laid off from her job, recently divorced,...

Cedar Springs Writers Discover “Final Four” Not Just for Basketball

Unfortunately for Nicole Von Seggern, her classmates think she’s a darn good poet. That’s how the Cedar Springs eighth-grader found herself in the final rounds...

Dual Enrolled Northview Artist Seeks to Move Others

When Jessa Challa was in eighth grade, she took an oil painting class at Kendall College of Art and Design. For one assignment she...

Junior Gardeners Get Up Close & Personal with Honeybees, Vegetables, Beetles

“How do you get into this thing?” That’s Leo Tavarone, a fourth-grader at Murray Lake Elementary School, as he tries to wiggle his way into...

Middle Schooler Builds Memories, Relationships in France Back to Back Program

Ask David Tay about the high points of his trip to France, and he’s liable to bring up the Eiffel Tower right away. “Just imagine...

Science Teacher Hikes Appalachia, Gains Inspiration

The sign near the top of Mount Washington confronted Ray Byle like a park ranger in a bad mood. “STOP,” it read. “This area has...

Continuing a Family Legacy of Northview Graduates

When Katherine Steelman headed off to the Fashion Institute of Technology in mid-August, she took more than a few suitcases with her to New...

KSSN Supports Parents, Students – Even in Summer!

Caleb Cruz gazes at a computer screen showing a cartoon guy making sub sandwiches, taking orders by phone and frantically falling behind. “Looks like our...

Pink Arrow Pride Runs Deep

Anna Organek stood before an auditorium full of her fellow Lowell High School students, describing what it was like to endure cancer as a...

Security Officer Provides Supplies To Students; Seeks To “Keep Them Out Of My Cruiser”

Kelly Anglin-Noordewier never forgot how much a school binder meant to her when she was a child. She thought some of her favorite students...

First Year Teacher Preps for Success

It’s about halfway through her French 1 class and Mary Beth Hills is sitting on an exercise ball – one of the few times...

Chinese Students Focus of Pilot Program

As West Michigan increasingly goes global, so do Kent County schools. Ten Chinese high school students are taking classes here this school year, five each...
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