Dix Street Elementary was among 342 schools in Washington, DC last week to officially receive the National Blue Ribbon School award. The award is given for high academic performance.
In the ACATEC Graphic Arts program, WorkBase Learning students, along with a few first year students, have been working on two exciting video projects for local nonprofit organizations.
The sense of community is strong in Martin as hundreds gather to celebrate a tradition of excellence one last time.
During the month of October, K-KIDS from Wayland's Pine Street Elementary collected 1463 pairs of socks for people in need.
Students at West Ward and North Ward Elementary Schools in Allegan Public Schools can now do their banking at school, with support from Honor Credit Union.
Hopkins Middle and High School welcomed approximately 35 career presenters, 15 college representatives, and the Military branches to Career Fair.
Renaissance High School Disc Golf Team competed in the Alternative Athletic League's annual disc golf tournament last month in Grand Rapids and took 1st overall.
Seven Wayland Union High School students advanced to the High School Regional Honors Choir. They will be participating in the Regional Honors Choir Concert and auditioning for the State Level.
This $24,750 grant is designed to provide schools with funds to offer K-3 students additional instructional time or literacy interventions.
Plainwell High School’s Student Services Office has a new initiative this year to meet with all ninth grade students and their parents for individual planning sessions.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act for In-School Youth Providers award to STAR is for $26,700.
Internationally known deaf actor/comedian, CJ Jones, will perform at the Wayland Union Fine Arts Center on October 19, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
Otsego’s Dix Street Elementary received one of the highest educational honors when it was recently announced as a National Blue Ribbon School.
Karen Steffens, AAESA Deaf & Hard of Hearing Technician, has been selected to take part in the University of Michigan’s Sound Support Mentorship Program.
Students were notified with a carnation, followed by a breakfast for all National Honor Society students.
The ACATEC Employability Skills class took part in the United Way Day of Caring. The students spent the morning helping out at the United Way office across from the Tech Center.
The new school year is beginning with a new program – and a new way of learning – for 34 seventh grade students at Otsego Middle School.
Workshops will be held at the Tech Center in October to assist students with acquiring financial aid.
A very special graduate who unexpectedly died this summer was honored in a special way at the Otsego-Plainwell cross country meet.
With the departure of AAESA Economic & Talent Development Director Nora Balgoyen-Williams, the agency’s role will be changing.
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