For the past three years, Rachel Eberius has been the field director for the Michigan Bald Eagle Biomonitoring Project, a study of the bald-eagle population in the Great Lakes state that began in 1961.
Recently, I was asked about a hobby I enjoy. Without much time to think about it, I said, “Soup. I like to make soup.”
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Literacy is the focus of a family night planned for Peach Plains Elementary School next Tuesday, Jan. 16.
The problem of the lack of substitutes is known and discussed in school districts and the state Legislature. But it’s a tough nut to crack, since there’s more than one reason the fill rates are down.
The theme pays tribute to Jim Penrice, who was a father and faith formation director for St. Mary’s Catholic Church. He died in September at the age of 56.
FRUITPORT TWP. — As each Fruitport High School student and staff member sat on the stool for their photo, they held a chalkboard with a negative word they had previously been called.
Sara Bergeron and her 11-year-old daughter, Lexi, were watching the news late last week when they saw a clip about student debt at school lunchrooms.
In today’s world, information is everywhere, it surrounds us. We have billions of pieces of information in our pocket each day. Anyone with a smartphone can look up just about anything in seconds.
FERRYSBURG — Walden Green Montessori’s newest class is already at capacity in its first year.
In the second of four opportunities, local leaders got a firsthand look at ongoing initiatives happening within Grand Haven Area Public Schools. Tuesday’s meeting focused on the high school’s parent engagement and science instruction shifting to Next Generation Science Standards.
For the first time in Spring Lake Intermediate School Principal Ben Lewakowski’s 17 years at the school, students will have an official playground.
The trip is slated to cost almost $25,000 for 41 students, or about $600 per student.
After years of performing in high school, some local graduates continue their passion for marching band and color guard.
Hope College students will soon get the chance to pitch business ideas with the opportunity to take home up to $1,500.
SPRING LAKE – Students cheered as pie tins covered faces of Spring Lake Intermediate School staff members.