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A 2017 graduate of Grand Valley State University and a lifelong teacher’s kid, Hannah Lentz has worked as a journalist in and outside the Grand Rapids area for more than five years. After serving as editor-in-chief at the GVSU student newspaper, Hannah interned at the Leelanau Enterprise where she learned a lot about community journalism. In addition to her work for School News Network, Hannah has worked as a freelance blogger in the furniture industry, focusing on design trends, and as a social media manager for World Medical Relief in Detroit. Read Hannah's full bio.

Students turn out to protect the Earth: ‘This is an issue for humanity’

Students from Grandville High School organize the Grand Rapids Youth Climate Strike, which reached as far as Muskegon and Kalamazoo...

A new school world awaits students next year, thanks to workers and $55 million...

A new phase of construction begins throughout Kenowa Hills schools, funded by voter approval of a $55 million bond in 2016...

Their writing is tops with readers, judges

A pair of students from two West Michigan public schools took high honors in the seventh annual Write Michigan short story contest, hosted by Kent District Library and Schuler Books & Music...

A great read gets better with student presentations

As 'experts' on 'The Great Gatsby,' English students share their literary takes on a classic tale, hopefully enriching the read for all...

Life lessons link student to success

The TrueSuccess program focuses on encouraging strong character values to improve behavior and literacy skills...

Students get tastes of Michigan & healthy helping of history

Third-grade students at Lee Elementary celebrated Michigan’s 182nd birthday by taste-testing Michigan products as part of their history lesson...

Teachers do the snow-day shuffle, trying to make up for lost instruction time

The mid-winter blitz of snow days has teachers trying to make up for lost instruction time, and reshuffling their lesson plans for the weeks to come...

Reading never takes a day off

Grandville staff didn’t stop learning just because of an unprecedented number of snow days in the district. As part of a district-wide hashtag #BulldogsRead, faculty and staff posted selfies and book covers...

Making it right to be real

Thornapple Kellogg High School recently kicked off a series of assemblies building on the Making it Cool to be Kind program...

Elementary students use website to share artwork with family, others

The goal is for students to have a digital art portfolio that encompasses K-12 art projects by the time they graduate. It’s ideal for families from split households and for relatives who don’t live nearby...

Learning about Korea off the book, from one who knows

Entertainment personality Derek Stelma shares his knowledge of Korean history, culture, politics and current events with Kenowa Hills High School students...
A plaque documenting high school principal Chris VanderSlice’s work in the district has been mounted in the athletic wing

Gymnasium dedicated in honor of high school principal

Chris VanderSlice worked for the district for 17 years as a teacher, principal and administrator. Now, his impact on the district and community will live on...

Student safety comes first in Michigan State Police security grant

Caledonia schools receives grant for upgrading communication systems and replacing, adding security cameras...

Reporting school news in high-def, thanks to grant

Students in Mike Wilson’s TV production program produce a daily newscast for the school community using high-definition software funded by the Caledonia Education Foundation...

‘Who dunnit?’ Forensic students, in the classroom, with the pencil…

Comstock Park High School forensics students simulated and investigated murder scenes to test their skills learned in class...

‘Nobody can take our education away’

After completing her student teaching at Thornapple Kellogg, Erin Kraker is back, bringing her own style to the classroom...
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