With the 2017-18 school year coming to a close, Barb Pietrangelo reflected on the reading program that has helped students the past 10 years.
The male teens were taken into custody for the charge of a false report or threat of terrorism, which is a 20-year felony and/or a $20,000 fine, according to a media release from the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office.
Two 13-year-olds are being held in local juvenile detention facilities stemming from threats of school violence against Lakeshore Middle School.
The students involved in the threat will remain suspended from Lakeshore Middle School until the investigation is complete, GHAPS officials said Thursday.
The Grand Haven High School Science Olympiad team is headed to nationals after finishing in second place at the 36th annual state competition held Saturday at Michigan State University.
Lakeshore Middle School seventh-graders focused on their futures during the annual Career Day, which took place Tuesday morning.
The Lakeshore Middle School eighth-grader is going to Kalamazoo to compete in the Michigan National Geographic State Bee on April 6.
Red, white and blue streamers dangled from the ceiling of Michelle Maitner’s classroom at Lakeshore Middle School on Tuesday as students and veterans sat side-by-side talking and eating as part of the annual special luncheon to honor veterans.
Big brother returns from Navy, surprises siblings at Lakeshore Middle School.
After years of being an educator in the classroom, Aaron Dean is stepping into a new role as assistant principal at Lakeshore Middle School.
After six years as Lakeshore Middle School’s assistant principal, Sorrelle is transitioning into becoming the school’s principal.
Teachers realize that you can only teach so much in a classroom setting. That’s why the seventh-graders at Grand Haven’s Lakeshore Middle School left their classrooms behind last week for the school’s annual Walkabout Grand Haven.
After six years as the principal at Lakeshore Middle School, Kevin Polston is leaving to become the superintendent for Godfrey-Lee Public Schools in the Grand Rapids area.
Nearly 300 students from around the globe started Wednesday morning as contestants in the 90th version of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
As part of Greater Ottawa County’s Jr. Day of Caring, nearly 500 eighth grade students from Lakeshore Middle School volunteered at more than 25 local nonprofit organizations and parks on May 5.