Building on previous public forums, Central Montcalm Public School hosted its second community dialogue Wednesday evening. The forums are laying a foundation for possible upgrades in site improvements, safety and security and structural changes. Nearly two dozen people comprised Wednesday’s audience, most being school personnel, who listened to architects/engineers explain their conceptual plans.
Nearly two dozen school personnel and community members were on hand Monday to hear about possible site and facility improvements, and provide input on what should be priorities of the Central Montcalm Public School district.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education accepted the resignations of a longtime principal and central office business specialist and discussed how to look for their replacements Monday.
The board, in a 6-0 vote with Vice President Todd Giles absent, accepted the resignation of Upper Elementary School Principal Susan Koster, who has worked 17 years in that position, and the resignation of Business Specialist Pamela Rogers. Both resignations are effective June 30.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education learned Monday that some architectural upgrades may be necessary for the district. Steve Hoekzema and Buddy Huyler of Tower Pinkster, a Grand Rapids-based architectural/engineering firm, presented their preliminary findings of their study of school facilities.
Many families have the annual tradition of going to visit a Santa Claus each year, but for one local family, it isn’t just about seeing a Santa, it is about seeing THE Santa. Eric and Angela Porter of Greenville and their three boys — Andrew, 12, Bryce, 10, and Cullen, 6 — don’t just want to visit Santa, for the past six years, they seek out their specific Santa.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education has hired an architectural firm to assess all aspects of the district’s four main buildings.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education upgraded the district’s fleet of vehicles Monday as it approved the purchase of three used buses and four-wheel drive truck. The vehicles will replace aging ones and were a budgeted purchase for the 2015-2016 school year.
Amy Homich is not only a person who has a heart for others, she is also a mover and shaker, and knows how to get things done.
This was repeatedly illustrated Tuesday night at the Women’s Action Network’s (WAN) 32nd annual Woman of the Year award ceremony, where accolades were given for Homich’s community volunteerism.
The Central Montcalm Public School Board of Education accepted their financial audit report Oct. 19 and met the foreign exchange students who are attending the school this year.
Some of Michigan’s most beautiful and talented young women were at Central Montcalm Middle School on Saturday evening for the Miss Heartland Scholarship Pageant and the crowning of the Miss Heartland and Miss Heartland Outstanding Teen.