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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.

Back to the classroom, except it’s all the classrooms

Attorney and financial analyst by license, educator by choice, Thornapple Kellogg’s new superintendent Rob Blitchok is ready to introduce himself to the community...

Bulldogs at West Point: a community tradition and point of pride

Though far from West Michigan, the United States Military Academy at West Point has a little bit of home among its ranks. Grandville Public Schools currently has five cadets enrolled in the academy...

Nurturing the art of concept mastery

A new face will be making his way around Kenowa Hills Public Schools this year thanks to funding from the Michigan Department of Education...

Taking the stage: teaching duo shares passion for theater arts

Both avid fans of the theater arts, married teachers Amanda and Jay Fischer spend their summer break heavily involved with the Shadblow Theatre in Jenison...

Reading on the road

Susie and Timmy Doxtater were headed to the lake to go fishing, but first, they made sure their dad Cory stopped by the B.Bus so they could get new books for the week...

‘Teamwork makes the dream work’

Members of the awards committee for the Michigan Council for Exceptional Children spend hours debating applicants for the Teacher of the Year award. From videos of support to written testimonials, KTC instructor Michael Spagnuolo stood out and was named their 2018 Teacher of the Year...

A Bulldog’s legacy

High School art students remember beloved principal Chris VanderSlice by creating a mural in his honor, depicting his passions and attitude...

For Gerald R. Ford student essay winners, courage begins at home

More than 900 students submitted writings on the theme of courage for the annual Gerald R. Ford Presidential Foundation annual essay challenge...

Community’s farm history celebrated with annual road trip

As part of a long-time tradition, the district’s annual spring week includes “Farmer Day” to note the importance of agriculture to the area...

At KTC manufacturing lab, students learn job skills by doing them

The 18-month-old manufacturing lab simulates the experience of being on-the-job to help students (many with learning disabilities or special needs) get ready for an entry level manufacturing position...

High school students spread kindness through service to larger community

From volunteering at nursing homes to working with students at local elementary schools and making stickers for patients at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, students were kept busy during the sixth annual day of service...

Counselor of the Year

Gary Moline of Kent Career Tech Center receives WMCA Counselor of the Year award...

#LetMeSpeak: Students do just that, and their classmates listen

Sophomores at Grandville High School join national conversation through personal narrative...

Making a kinder girl world: ‘It’s good to be a girl’

The FearlesslyGirl program finished up its inaugural year at Grandville Middle School with 12 members
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