A crew from the television station WGVU came to Misa's classroom in late February to record her teaching a lesson.
Area schools are serving thousands of meals every week to help families during the pandemic.
Planning will start very soon on new construction, facility improvements and more after Otsego voters said “yes” to a $22.9 million bond proposal.
Wayland students from the FIRST Robotics Team are making parts for personal protective equipment used by health care professionals and essential workers.
Martin High School seniors were honored with a 2020 celebration at the high school football stadium.
To thank the essential workers that have continued to support our community, Gilkey Elementary created an awesome student project.
Perrigo Company recently donated nutritional shakes, toothbrushes and floss sticks to Hopkins Public Schools.
Governor Whitmer issued an Executive Order 2020-35, effectively closing all Michigan school districts for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year.
This is a difficult time to navigate, and the Allegan Public Schools staff and students are rising to the challenge.
Plainwell Community Schools is continuing to offer educational opportunities during the COVID-19 closure.
Many years of educational service and leadership will be saying good bye to Allegan Area ESA with the retirement of several long-time staff members.
Allegan Area ESA buildings will be open limited hours during the statewide school closure.
Three students from L.E. White Middle School in Allegan have been named local winners in the 51 st annual America & Me Essay Contest.
Wayland Union High School's Student Council brought home many awards at the MASC/MAHS State Conference.
The Otsego High School SADD chapter was presented with a statewide honor for their work raising awareness of the dangers of distracted driving.
One Brandon Elementary student, Maci, is an American Heart Association representative and was featured in this year's American Heart Association brochure.
The Hopkins High School Concert and Chamber Choirs and High School and 8th Grade Bands all placed at recent music festivals.
Pine Trails GSRP students visited the Allegan Tech Center to learn about pet care.
In January, Fennville Middle School officially began the rollout of their long awaited Positive Behavior Interventions & Supports initiatives.
Wayland students participated in the American Heart Association's Kids Heart Challenge (formerly Jump Rope for Heart).