School: Robinson Elementary School
Little Free Libraries program continues to provide kids an opportunity to read.
Grand Haven and Fruitport F.I.R.S.T. Robotics teams recently went up against 40 teams in their first competition of the 2018 season.
With business plans in hand, some Grand Haven Christian School students met with bankers Wednesday afternoon.
Lakeshore Middle School seventh-graders focused on their futures during the annual Career Day, which took place Tuesday morning.
On Monday, students started pitching those ideas as part of the Spark Tank competition through Grand Haven Area Community Foundation’s Youth Advisory Council (YAC).
The Joyful Noise C-Fund held its annual Pizza and Books giveaway at Loutit District Library on March 14.
The Lakeshore Middle School eighth-grader is going to Kalamazoo to compete in the Michigan National Geographic State Bee on April 6.
Parents gained insight on how they can continue to support their children during a family night earlier this week at Peach Plains Elementary School.
The school’s third-graders’ Market Day “businesses” raised almost $500 earlier this month. They had previously selected to donate their profits to the Reimagine Project.
West Michigan Academy of Arts and Academics students have been working with guests all this week to learn about and experience all forms of art during the charter school’s annual Festival of the Arts.
In February, Mary A. White Elementary School kicked off an initiative called #CommmunityOfReaders.
School: Rosy Mound Elementary School
Market Day at Peach Plains Elementary School.
GHHS unveils completed Chalkboard Project.