Dennis Magirl of the Greenville Department of Public Safety recently had to turn in his sergeant stripes. As a replacement, he was given a set of gold oak leaf clusters after he was promoted to the position of deputy director.
It may come as a surprise to know one of the prominent and longstanding Greenville High School science teachers is, in fact, leading a double life.
During the school year, Joyce Zimmer is a humble teacher of anatomy, physiology and AP chemistry and biology.
Entering the final turn in the race to find the next superintendent of Greenville Public Schools, the last remaining candidate was interviewed Wednesday.
Ronald Wilson, 54, the final of three remaining candidates narrowed down from the initial 25, was interviewed and asked 13 questions during an hour-long interview.
Entering the final turn in the race to find the next superintendent of Greenville Public Schools, the last remaining candidate was interviewed Wednesday evening.
The sound of thunderous applause filled the building as the prestigious award winners stepped up one by one in front of a wall-to-wall crowd gathered to bask in their greatness.
This was not the Emmy Awards, but something even better.
The search for the new Greenville Public Schools superintendent is reaching the final phase.
Tonight, the Greenville Board of Education hosted two of the three finalists asked back for a second interview.
A brightly lit torch lit the way through Greenville for the Special Olympics of Michigan on Thursday.
Huffing through a 5K in the Law Enforcement Community Torch Run, officers representing the Michigan State Police (MSP), Montcalm County Sheriff’s Department and Greenville Department of Public Safety brought the Special Olympics Torch right through the heart of downtown Greenville.
The absolute worst nightmare of any parent is the thought of having to bury your child.
Ladonna Wright is living that nightmare today.
After the first round of interviews, it has come down to three finalists who will vie for the vacant superintendent position at Greenville Public Schools.
The Greenville Board of Education, at a special meeting Wednesday, interviewed final superintendent candidate, Greenville’s own Chief Operations Officer (COO) and Associate Superintendent Korie Crawford.
As darkness settled on the first day of the business week, the Battle of the Five resumed in the epicenter of Greenville Public Schools.
On Monday, the Greenville school board hosted the second set of interviewees seeking the top job of the school district.