Kyle Mayer, Ph.D., assistant superintendent for instructional services at the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District, has been reappointed for another two-year term on a state literacy commission.
When Angela Peters’ two young sons return from school, they bound into her Commerce Township home to check the kitchen counter for fruit, plus the pantry and a garage fridge for snacks.
Each week, the Grand Haven Tribune highlights the ongoing efforts in West Michigan schools through the Classroom of the Week feature.
Last fall, Ewan Johnson found that getting a good night’s sleep was becoming increasingly difficult. Johnson, then a junior studying strategic communications and political science at Temple University, was juggling three jobs and leadership positions in his extracurricular clubs on top of a …
FRUITPORT TWP. — As crews continue working on the new two-story Fruitport High School building, residents will soon have an opportunity to see the work firsthand.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — From hands-on experiences to connecting with local professionals, high school students on Tuesday learned more about career opportunities in West Michigan.
HOLLAND — Cuts to the state budget from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer could cost Hope College students nearly $2 million. Whitmer used a line-item veto to eliminate the Michigan Tuition Grant and reduced the maximum amount of money available to private college students in the Michigan Competitive Sc…
Staff from Grand Haven Area Public Schools worked with Grand Haven Public Safety Officers on Thursday evening to investigate a rumored gun threat against Lakeshore Middle School.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Blue streamers flew through the air and balloons bounced among students Thursday afternoon at Peach Plains Elementary School.
Michigan families are facing a college affordability crisis caused by a “perfect storm” of falling wages and state disinvestment in higher education, according to a new report released Friday.
Michigan schools are increasingly unable to find enough substitute teachers to fill their classrooms, a shortage that threatens to impact learning in the state’s already struggling public education system.
It was an unscientific experiment by administrators at Anderson Middle School in Berkley: Take smartphones away from students at lunchtime on Fridays and watch what happens.
MUSKEGON — A team of students from Muskegon’s Culinary Institute of Michigan, a division of Baker College, won the 2019 American Culinary Federation Knowledge Bowl National Championship.