The ninth annual awards were presented at the Allegan County School Board Association meeting and dinner in Wayland on June 14.
ACATEC student Triston Caswell is a whiz at Lego Robotics and just won a nice prize after attending a career exploration event.
Wayland Union High School senior, Ashton Ingles earned top honors at The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts 35th annual High School Area Art Show for his artwork titled "Work in Progress: A self-portrait.”
Plainwell Middle School science teacher, Lisa Wininger has been chosen to serve an 11-month fellowship with NASA.
At the end of this month, an Otsego High School student will head to our national capital to share the story behind her Congressional winning art piece and be a part of a special recognition.
Matt Korman is the top student in Michigan in his vocational field, and on his way to Lousville, Kentucky, for the Skills USA National Competition.
Congratulations to the 2017 graduates of Hillside Learning and Behavior Center. They will be honored in a ceremony at the Allegan Performing Arts Center on June 20th.
Students from Allegan's L.E.White Middle School recently toured Washington D.C. through the CLOSE-UP travel program.
Former Wayland Union H.S. graduate and US Navy Nuclear Field Coordinator, Darrin Door, recently visited Dave Robinson's physics classes and talked about nuclear power and alternative energy sources.
Early College Allegan County students finished their Spring semester strong with an average overall GPA of 3.19.
Three teams from Martin High School competed in the Odyssey of the Mind World Finals at the Breslin Center in East Lansing.
My School Color Run is similar to the popular Color Run 5k, where participants are sprayed with different colors as they move through the route.
Fennville Middle School eighth grade student's annual class trip to Washington D.C. was a chance to see historic and current sites that shape our country’s history and help to commemorate it.
After months of planning, painting and building, an old yellow school bus is transformed into a mobile library for Otsego kids this summer and it's ready to roll out.
The Drumtastic Curriculum, provided by the Plainwell Community School district, is a music/cardio exercise program that gets kids moving.
The annual, free, fun event takes place on Friday, June 16 in the area around the Tech Center.
Otsego High School senior Brooke Galloway received another prestigious honor, this one representing the greater Kalamazoo area.
Wayland teacher Danielle LaJoye, known for her individualized approach to each student, has been honored with an Excellence in Education award from the Michigan Lottery.
Recently, a class from Hillside Learning and Behavior Center journeyed back in time to 1750 during a visit to Windmill Island.
Hopkins Public Schools recently took a bus out of service. That bus is going to have a new life as a mobile library.
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