October 31, 2019

A graduate and teacher at Kalamazoo Public Schools is the 2019 Middle School English Teacher of the Year.

The Michigan Council of Teachers of English named Stephanie Hampton, a teacher at Maple Street Magnet School, the state’s top English teacher, according to a press...

Working with a grant from Big Green, a Colorado-based national nonprofit whose goal is to bring “real food” to underserved communities, Southfield Public Schools  planted Learning Gardens earlier this year. 

 Photo Credit: Anika Corbett, Southfield Public Schools

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October 29, 2019

The Saginaw Career Complex is the Career and Technical Education (CTE) Center for Saginaw County. More than 500 high school juniors and seniors attend for half of their school day, and are making a daily investment in their future careers.

Each of the 19 programs offer...

October 28, 2019

This year, Van Dyke Public Schools will be working with the Warren Police Department’s K-9 Unit during training exercises.

The district states, "This will help to keep our campus safe and allow us to continue to collaborate with the Department in our daily work in the V...

October 22, 2019

More than $450,000 in grants has been awarded to Kent County and Grand Rapids Public Schools to help divert more of the county’s trash away from landfills.

The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) announced Monday morning the two grants tha...

By Mitchell Boatman, reporter from The Holland Sentinel
 

Holland Public Schools is launching a pilot program to turn those long bus rides into an opportunity to be productive. The district is equipping a bus with internet so students can access learning tools on their...

Following is a Lansing State Journal opinion article submitted by Acting Superintendent, Mark Coscarella.

"Student safety is priority number one in the Lansing School District and bully prevention is key to ensuring the safety of students and adults. However, the term ‘...

October 10, 2019

Eastpointe Community Schools will be hosting a trunk or treat, allowing children to travel around the Eastpointe High School parking lot and visit local organizations, businesses and others giving out candy from their cars.

“We had about 900 children last year, and this...