The 2nd Cohort of students from Early College Allegan County participated in the Lake Michigan College commencement ceremony.
Tigers in Motion have about 150 elementary students involved throughout the Allegan Public Schools this year.
The Kalamazoo Air Zoo held its annual Gala and Dinner for the Science and Innovation Hall of Fame Awards and Otsego High School Senior Bridgitt Cornish was among the recipients.
The arts programs at Fennville High School decided to take the show on the road, joining choir, band, and visual arts programs for a one-evening festival at Hope College.
Help Me Grow Allegan and the Allegan County Great Start Collaborative are announcing the launch of the new preschool application.
A Wayland High School Student Council member initiated the idea of recycling Crayola markers from the schools across the district.
Hopkins Elementary students enjoyed candy-themed math games that used goodies to help them learn and eat as they played.
Otsego Middle School STREAM students are leading the way in a lesson to preschoolers on eclipses and seasons.
The Michigan Seal of Biliteracy certifies that students were able to demonstrate high academic proficiency in both English and a second language.
Prior to Arbor Day, the Allegan Public Schools students participated in a poster contest in their art class with Mrs. Burnett.
Wayland High School Symphony Strings Orchestra earned a #1 rating at the MSBOA State Band and Orchestra Festival.
Mathematics Education Consultant Jason Gauthier was recently recognized for being part the of team that published a book on mathematics coaching.
With the proceeds from the fundraiser, the middle school student council was able to purchase furniture for student work stations.
Wayland Union High School’s Robotics Team #6090 competed against 160 other high school teams in the State FIRST® Robotics Championship held at Saginaw Valley University.
Allegan Area ESA has received a $105,000 grant through the Michigan State Police to improve school safety.
Hopkins High School Band students recently toured and performed in St. Louis, Missouri.
In celebration of Reading Month, Zach Harig and Erik Kostrzewa of Fox 17 came in for a question and answer session.
Forty-eight students from around Allegan County have been accepted into the Early College program.
With the new 3rd Grade Reading Law for the 2019-2020 school year, Hopkins Public Schools has made many efforts to ensure that all students are reading at grade level.
Time to register our youngest learners for kindergarten, Tigers Den Academy (Young 5s program) and Tigers Den Preschool.