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For more than three decades, Cris Greer has been a wordsmith, working in the fields of journalism, advertising and marketing. Much of the past decade, he helped grow the MLive Statewide High School Sports desk as a supervisor, editor and reporter, which included eight newspapers in Michigan and mlive.com. Cris also was a freelancer for The Grand Rapids Press, The Advance and On the Town magazine for many years. A good portion of his early career was spent building and managing the copywriting team in the advertising department at Meijer, Inc., where he oversaw copywriting for print ads, mailers, brochures, signage, several dozen in-house magazines per year and much more. Read Cris's full bio or email Cris.

Gaming club doubles membership its first season

Club goals are to improve communication, collaboration and critical thinking...

I’ll take that to go, please, for geometry class

Lee Middle and High saw a 56% increase in breakfast participation after the dining services director implemented three traveling carts...

Counselors reach out to anxious students, stressed parents

From anxious students to stressed parents, school mental-health workers are addressing the social and emotional problems exacerbated by the coronavirus shutdown...

‘Everything we can do matters’

Seventeen teachers and staff members delivered nearly 125 graduation yard signs to the homes of Lee High School and East Lee Campus students...

YMCA visits teach importance of healthy eating, exercise

The grant-funded visits are part of the USDA’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program...
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STEM teachers step up to make masks, face shields using 3D printers

STEM teachers are doing their part to supply personal protective equipment to health care workers during the coronavirus pandemic...

Districts face hard choices in timing of ballot requests

District leaders have had to weigh whether to go ahead as scheduled, or postpone them because of the coronavirus health crisis...

School board approves new Legends mascot designs

The School Board unanimously approved the district’s new Legends designs in a virtual vote held on Monday, March 30...

Superintendent lays out proposed $17.35 million bond vote

Superintendent Kevin Polston laid out a new $17.35 million bond plan to renovate Lee Middle and High School at the first of two community meetings...

Rallying to feed families

While alarming news regarding the novel coronavirus continues to unfold nationwide, Kent County teachers, administrators, food service workers and community volunteers are coming together to make sure students and families continue to have plenty of food while their schools are closed...

New mascot, logo to be inspired by student designs

The goal is to have a finished product presented at the Board of Education’s March 9 meeting...

Voters to decide May 5 on $67 million bond proposal

Modernized classrooms, including a new STEM room in the high school, a renovated Performing Arts Center, new band and orchestra instruments, and upgraded technology are some highlights of a proposed $67 million bond on the ballot Tuesday, May 5...

When the music slows, the students scurry

Strategic use of music cuts down on late arrivals to class...

Human catapult, shadow-dodging teaches movement & so much more

The week-long inaugural event was held at the Early Childhood Center...

Zinser-GVSU partnership a win-win for third graders, college students

For the second straight year, Zinser is partnering with GVSU to benefit both college and elementary school students...
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