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Fitnesspalooza boosts minds, bodies, one another

A mental and physical wellness day in Cedar Springs taught sixth-graders how to cope with stress and advocate for their peers...

EGR and Kelloggsville pass millage requests, but Cedar turns down sinking fund

Local districts went two-for-three in Tuesday’s elections, with voters in Kelloggsville and East Grand Rapids approving tax requests. However, voters in Cedar Springs turned down a proposed renewal of a 10-year-old sinking fund...

Millage requests on ballot Tuesday for three Kent County school districts

Three Kent ISD school districts -- Cedar Springs, East Grand Rapids and Kelloggsville -- are going to their voters with millage requests on Tuesday, Nov. 2...

Pandemic-era teaching no longer ‘an impossible task’

Teachers from Cedar Springs and Rockford share their “Lessons of the Pandemic” experiences with School News Network...

FFA students teach young 5’s about soybeans, farm safety and natural resources

FFA students from Cedar Springs High School taught young 5’s classes about soybeans, farm safety and natural resources...

District says bond projects on time, on budget

With projects at Cedar Trails and the middle school completed this summer, the district has begun construction on new classrooms and hybrid learning spaces at the high school...

Students join community in honoring fallen heroes

Students from clubs dedicated to character-building take part in the seventh annual Freedom Cruise, a community-wide event honoring Gold Star families...

Artist-in-residence helps students tap interests to grow creative skills, independence

Teacher Nichol Handwork said the partnership was a marked change from the typical, quiet R1TS classroom setting, where students often don’t seek out much social interaction...

Red Hawk Elementary team headed to Odyssey of the Mind World Finals

After a season of virtual competitions, Red Hawk Elementary School’s Odyssey of the Mind team is headed to Florida for the World Finals...

Your district’s summer programs at-a-glance

Area public school districts are gearing up to provide K-12 programs this summer to address learning loss impacted by the coronavirus pandemic...

Peacocks, goats, Legos: this fifth-grade farmer does it all

Not many fifth-graders can say that they live on an exotic peafowl and pheasant farm. But to Cole, life on the farm is hard to describe because it’s just… life...

Rain, snow or shine, you’ll find them learning outdoors

In Audrey Debri’s Young Fives class at Cedar Trails, you can expect the unexpected. Except for one thing: Class will always be held outside...

Drier of tears, returner of backpacks, bus driver extraordinaire

Mr. Jeff has made a big impact on families since he first got behind the wheel of a district bus a little more than a year ago...

Cohorted specials usher in ‘a new kind of community’

Cedar Trails Elementary School’s “specials” teachers — art, music, physical education and literacy and technology — have joined forces to create an outdoor recreation program...

Schools in nine districts announce closures as COVID cases spike

New temporary school building closures were announced by nine school districts in Kent ISD this week, as schools contend with a sharp increase in COVID-19 cases in Kent County and Michigan...

CARES funding helps schools meet COVID-related costs

Across Kent County, schools are benefitting from an infusion of funds thanks to $2 million from the Kent County Board of Commissioners via the Kent County CARES Act School Grant Program...
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