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Hannah Lentz

Hannah Lentz
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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.

‘Farm to School’

Caledonia Schools passed out more than 1,300 boxes of produce to community members through the Farm to School Program...

From relay races to flamingo stands & tissue crawls

Kathleen Messing, a second grade teacher at South Elementary, hosted a virtual field day for her students based on 'Minute to Win It' games...

‘A physical escape you hold in your hands’

Jennifer Ward, a Grandville High School English teacher, has been purchasing and mailing reading materials to her students during online learning...

Words to Live By

Students from the Be Nice Leadership team wrote and mailed more than 300 encouraging postcards to the entire freshman class...

Creative ways to cope and learn

The Brown family is finding ways to stay educated and entertained at home...

Just poppin’ in

Betsy Heyboer loves seeing her students during their virtual meetups, but it just isn’t the same. Or enough...

A rusty old tractor and passion drives a young farm mechanic into family history

Freshman Brandon Pyper will connect to his family roots – deep in the engine of a 70-year-old tractor – as part of a national restoration contest that will take a year to complete...

District schools donate protective goggles to local hospital

When Metro Health Hospital did not get a shipment of supplies that was supposed to include protective eyewear, a community member reached out to Grandville Public Schools Superintendent Roger Bearup...

‘I didn’t give up’

If a challenge becomes an excuse, said senior Clair Jansma, “it's much harder to overcome and you sacrifice opportunities”...

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...

Bond approval would fund new elementary building, athletic complex

On the ballot May 5 is a request for a major bond proposal to fund construction of a new school building and athletic facility...

Earth-friendly students ‘working to make a difference’

The newest club at Thornapple Kellogg Middle School focuses on living more sustainable lifestyles...

Pet posts give students ‘a reason to smile’

Darla England, the principal at South Elementary, has been asking students important questions accompanied by photos of staff pets to maintain communication with the community...

‘Every time we meet it’s a fun day’

The board game club is new to Grandville Middle School this year, 30 members strong...

A really big yellow chair gets new colors

Students in Tonya Woods’ independent study class will be decorating the 'Big Yellow Chair' for the village of Middleville throughout the month of March...

Eighth grader’s design will grace new STEM initiatives

Lauren Koslorowski’s winning original STEM logo will be used to launch Caledonia’s new STEM initiatives across the district...
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