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Meghan Gracy

Meghan Gracy
Meghan Gracy graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a degree in journalism, which she funded by working as a Young Fives teacher in Ann Arbor. After graduation, she worked for three years as a reporter at The Daily News in Greenville, Michigan. Her favorite part of the job was covering multiple school districts in Montcalm County. She said a hard farewell to the position in 2019 and transitioned to a career in marketing. She currently works full-time as a writer and marketing strategist at Calvin University in addition to contributing to School News Network.

First taste of career exploration: hydroponically delicious

Inside a greenhouse at Lowell Area Schools’ Wittenbach Center, senior David Johnston has started a produce business, Céva Farm, using knowledge from agriculture and biology classes...

New state funding to add second school resource officer

Lowell Area Schools already has one school resource officer, but state funding will support a second position to focus on the middle school starting in the 2023–2024 school year...

High school introduces flextime period

New flextime schedule allows students to benefit from intervention, general support, enrichment, and extension opportunities to support Lowell High School’s rigorous curriculum...

Students build skills via community coffee cart 

Students from Lowell High School’s transition skills class practice vocational skills when they serve coffee, hot chocolate, snacks and more at Brody’s Be Mobile Café...