The Greenville Public Schools alternate calendar committee recently completed a six-month study on options for the school calendar, and presented their findings to the school board at Monday’s meeting.
Lakeview High School Principal Gary Jensen took center stage at Monday evening’s meeting of the Lakeview Community Schools Board of Education.
The Central Montcalm Hornets picked up a couple of Central State Activities Association games on Tuesday. The Hornets had to rally in game one for a 7-3 victory over rival Lakeview, while game two was a bit easier with a 16-1 four inning mercy.
Lakeview takes two from CM: The Wildcats won both games of a CSAA doubleheader Tuesday over the Green Hornets by scores of 3-2 and 8-0. Jordan Stephens of Lakeview hit a two-RBI double to give the Wildcats the win…
Funeral notices for Wednesday, May 14, 2014
Central Montcalm Public School Superintendent Kristi Teall is ready to work from home — her hometown, that is. The St. Louis Public Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a negotiated contract with Teall at a meeting Monday night. Teall then accepted the job as superintendent of the St. Louis school district.
They heard it a split second before they felt it … a big bang followed by an electrifying jolt. Cassie Barr, 14, was standing by her locker at Grattan Academy, talking to her friend Meghann Farrell, 14, about math homework Monday morning. Alicia Miller, 13, was washing her hands in the restroom.
Pending approval by the Central Montcalm Board of Education, a pair of new varsity coaches will be roaming the sidelines for the Green Hornets. John Johnson will take over the varsity volleyball program in the fall, while Rob Putnam will be promoted from JV girls basketball to varsity in November.
GREENVILLE — As the Greenville Downtown Development Authority zones in on an open-air structure downtown, the group has set dates for its trial market and is hopeful for funding thanks to a new grant opportunity.
The slogan, “Patience is a virtue” is lived out on a daily basis in Allen Park and has become the lifeblood to the never-say-die faithful who stick with the Detroit Lions organization each season.
Since the franchise landed on the east side of Michigan in 1934, there has been little cause for celebration.