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For seniors, a memorable finale cut short

Area high school seniors talk about their worries, and offer valuable perspective to their peers and others on the statewide school closure...

Districts face hard choices in timing of ballot requests

District leaders have had to weigh whether to go ahead as scheduled, or postpone them because of the coronavirus health crisis...
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‘Coronacation’ for the win

Students and staff are trying to make the most of the extended school closure via posts and videos of hilarity, hope and solidarity...
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Online story time, virtual PE keep students connected during shutdown

'They need to see we’re smiling and happy and that we’re OK, and that they’re going to be OK too'...

Teaching art ‘is what I’m meant to do’

She says ‘life is much better with creativity’...

Student award-winning artworks on display at Kendall

Numerous Kent ISD school district students are represented in an art display at The Fed Galleries until Feb. 29...

New program aims to get students to graduation, expand career pathways

Last year the program had 70 students. This year, after restructuring, the program has 135 and counting...

New coordinator will be face of career-work experience effort

Her role includes creating job opportunities, serving as a liaison with businesses and helping students hone skills employers want them to master...
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Class is in session in the great outdoors

Field School, in its second year at Northview Public Schools, aims to foster mastery of core subjects and to encourage curiosity, stewardship, community, leadership and adventure in students in grades K-4...

Crash courses offer a smorgasbord of learning

Administrators and teachers called planning and implementing two weeks of nearly 40 classes both energizing and exhausting...

Want a book? Take a book. Have a book? Leave a book.

Resource room teacher Krysta King put out a single request for donations. Hundreds poured in...

Students tackle big issues through research, advocacy

In one language arts class at Crossroads Middle, eighth graders worked in groups to take on social justice issues through research and advocacy...

Third grade PureMichigan

Students learned the three aspects of product development: natural resources, human resources and capital resources...

Elvis, meet Malala

Teachers bumped up the presentation portion of fourth grade nonfiction learning objectives to include a biography 'wax museum' ...

They’ll huff & they’ll puff & they’ll become storytellers

Teacher Angela Burns uses the Read It Once Again curriculum she acquired a few years ago, thanks to a grant from the Northview Education Foundation...
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