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District seeks funds for safety, technology & general upgrades

The Nov. 5 request is for an extension of the existing 8.25 mill levy. Because the request is for debt retirement extension, property taxes would not increase...

‘All in the Family’ activities feature game shows, scavenger hunts, lip syncs to kick...

Students from freshmen to seniors, divided into families, spend the first few days of school getting to know each other in order to make sure no student feels alone...

Students’ planes fly toward summer break

From building robots and coding to exploring the best paper fold for flight patterns, this class helps students explore technology of all kinds...

Young leaders leave a literary legacy

Fifth graders did their research, worked with a budget and chose a new collection of books for their school as part of a new library legacy committee...

Parents go to school, students learn at home

Parents are Teachers program helps parents find ways to encourage their children’s education outside the classroom...

Meteorologist? Business owner? Investor? Students explore careers

Kent City annually brings in professionals in multiple fields to expose students to future careers and get them thinking about the future...

Passion for dance, hometown values will follow this grad to college and beyond

Coping with loss, yet this graduate heads to college with confidence and hometown values...

Just learn the rules and stay safe

School resource officers demonstrate they are all in for students, even when it comes to offering after school hunting safety courses...

Boating course helps get students ready — safely — for summer fun

In this class, all seventh-graders earn a boating safety certificate, required to drive any watercraft under parent supervision or on own at age of 16...

Are you one too? Cool Teachers create ‘something very special’

For two decades, teachers around West Michigan have been honored by WGVU’s “Cool Teacher’ program. Kent City’s Anita Kosak has joined the list...

Getting along, helping out are keys for this born leader

This high school junior takes pride in keeping up her grades, but isn’t limited to classroom excellence...

Athletes, civic group support district readers

A recent book drive and pancake supper took in books and funds to help stock elementary library shelves...

From trash talk to recycling action

Kent City science classes make sure everything that can be recycled or composted gets to the proper place...

Map-making a fun way to learn about Michigan

Third-graders learn about their Mitten State creating their own Michigan maps...

Eagle-eyed reporters

New class teaches journalism skills as students make contributions to school website...

Drones have students flying high

Learning about and operating drones is just one of the newest technologies used in summer and after-school programming for students from migrating families...
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