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Principal, photographer, choreographer and more

Jennifer Sherman is the new principal at Kelloggsville’s 54th Street Academy. SNN gets to know her in this edition of Meet Your Administrators...

‘God gives me hope’: a refugee student’s hard journey to graduation

On a journey from the Congo to Grand Rapids, faith, and the people placed in his path, have helped a Kelloggsville senior deal with some tough circumstances...

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...

Voters renew non-homestead operating millage for another two years

Kelloggsville voters Tuesday soundly approved an operating millage renewal that was set to expire this year...

Bringing ‘that magic threshold’ to students: branch library opens in a school

From dinosaurs to doctors, new worlds unfold for students who now have a community library down the hall...

Voters to consider bond, millage renewal

Tuesday, May 4, is Election Day and voters have issues on the ballot in just two public school districts, Kentwood and Kelloggsville...

Distance learning becomes a permanent choice

The district has learned a lot about online education during the COVID pandemic and wants to keep a virtual option available...

State grants to help students explore education careers

A staffing shortage comes at a time when districts not only need more educators in general to replace an aging workforce, but also more diverse educators...

Millage renewal on ballot for Kelloggsville this May

Kelloggsville is asking voters to approve a non-homestead millage worth $3.5 million or 13 percent of the district’s annual budget...

Fighting illness with air handling

Across Kent ISD, schools are finding ways to provide more and cleaner air to students and staff...

Sports standout returns to oversee student athletes

It’s a homecoming for new Kelloggsville Athletic Director Carl Roscoe II...

Black history lessons ‘acknowledge the great leaders that came before us’

In Byron Center, kindergartners are learning about Black leaders throughout history, while in Kelloggsville, high schoolers are engaged all year in learning about the excellence of Black innovators and trailblazers...

Subs more scarce, more valuable than ever

A nationwide teacher shortage and a host of other factors play into whether substitute teachers fill the critical void left when a regular teacher is absent...

New building on track for fall opening

The new Central Elementary was made possible when voters approved a 30-year, $19.2 million bond in 2018...

Pieces of past Rocket pride remain part of the present

The history of the district is preserved in a six-panel history wall at the high school...

Have cart, will travel

A Southeast Kelloggsville Elementary music teacher has a new cart for her ukuleles, thanks to her school, her husband and the Kent Career Tech Center...
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