The Grand Haven High School team will travel to St. Louis, Missouri, to compete in the F.I.R.S.T. (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics world championship, April 26-29.
This year, the private school at the corner of Grant and Ferry streets expects to surpass $600,000 in total funds raised by its auction over the past 17 years.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The spring theater production at Grand Haven High School is unlike any story they’ve previously told.
The school’s theater program presents “The Addams Family,” a musical comedy, at 7 p.m. Thursday and Friday, April 27-28; and 2 p.m. Saturday, April 29, in the auditorium.
Holmes Elementary School and Spring Lake Intermediate School students participated in Zero Waste Lunches to try limiting the amount of waste they put in the landfill.
The Holland college announced that Hope College President John C. Knapp will step down from his position at the college on July 31 to lead Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pennsylvania.
School: Holmes Elementary
Journalists from The Bucs’ Blade, Grand Haven High School’s student media outlet, took home 31 individual awards — including 11 first-place honors — at the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association’s Spring Conference on April 18.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — The powerful smell of Limburger cheese greeted Jeffers Elementary School students when they walked into a classroom this week.
SPRING LAKE — Students wearing varying shades of orange filled the hallways and classrooms of Holmes Elementary School on Monday.
EAST LANSING — A technical error by Michigan State University staff has cost the school nearly $480,000 and means an end to a longstanding college preparation program for Lansing High School students.
School: Rosy Mound Elementary School
The 2017 “Latin Flair”-themed shows raised about $126,000, which will be dispersed to food pantries and programs in Muskegon, upper Ottawa and lower Oceana counties.
“It’s the first year the district has switched to a centralized enrollment for elementary buildings,” said Scott Grimes, the Grand Haven district’s assistant superintendent of human services. “Previously, each elementary school building oversaw its own school of choice process.”
With sea shells, driftwood and twine set before them, about a dozen children created wind chimes Thursday afternoon at Grand Haven’s public library.