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FRUITPORT TWP. — “We are Family” played through the school’s speakers as students found their friends and headed into classrooms.

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Each week, the Grand Haven Tribune highlights the ongoing efforts in West Michigan schools through the Classroom of the Week feature.

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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.

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FERRYSBURG — Local students will have a handful of opportunities to meet and learn from theater professionals in the coming months.

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Each week, the Grand Haven Tribune highlights the ongoing efforts in West Michigan schools through the Classroom of the Week feature.

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In addition to teaching the curriculum, educators have another issue they’ve been working to tackle – vaping.

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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…

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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.

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Attendance had a greater meaning for Michigan school districts on Wednesday.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Bucco high-fived Rosy Mound Elementary School students as they ran past him Friday morning.

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From pine trees and pine cones to pigs and pandas, the visions for 3-D mascots are coming to life at White Pines Intermediate School.

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Blue streamers flew through the air and balloons bounced among students Thursday afternoon at Peach Plains Elementary School.

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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.

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There are many new faces greeting students and families this year in Grand Haven-area schools.

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Here’s a look at the new staff members at Grand Haven Area Public Schools this fall:

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GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Color Guard’s flags flapped in the wind as the band counted in a marching step.

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SPRING LAKE TWP. — As band members worked on their marching technique, senior drum major Cameron Parsons kept time with a steady beat for them to follow.

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Grand Haven's varsity football team hosted Reeths-Puffer to kick off the 2019 season. The Buccaneer marching band was the first to take the field, then Grand Haven raced to a big lead over the Rockets before lightning struck, delaying the game. 

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ROBINSON TWP. — Students will be returning to classes in the Grand Haven school district on Tuesday, and while they may have new teachers and rooms, those attending Robinson Elementary School will be operating with a temporary water system that was put in place last fall.

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As families stock up on supplies, school district employees are also gearing up for the impending new school year.

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After several weeks of summer break, some local families returned to school this week.

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As families prepare backpacks for the impending first day of the new school year, a registered dietitian for the North Ottawa Community Health System offers advice and tips for families looking to prepare healthy snacks and lunches.

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ROBINSON TWP. — Although school doesn’t start for two more weeks, children have been eager to try out the new playground equipment installed at Robinson Elementary School a week ago.

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SPRING LAKE – A new principal will greet students when classes start for the 2019-20 school year.

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FRUITPORT TWP. — While students have been out of school for summer break, construction crews have remained at work.

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With the 2019-20 school year a few weeks away, families are beginning to purchase supplies.