Grand Haven schools have a diversity problem.
Have you ever heard of someone wishing to go back to middle school? Me neither.
Controversial speaker fills GHHS auditorium.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — More than 130 community members, parents and students spoke with Calvin Terrell ahead of his speaking schedule with Grand Haven students and the community.
Parents and students will have a chance to meet with Calvin Terrell on Monday, March 5.
A question-and-answer session for students and parents to meet with Calvin Terrell — a community builder, educator and speaker — at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6, in the large instruction room at Grand Haven High School.
Students at a Grand Haven elementary school were working on reading and writing when community leaders visited their classrooms Tuesday morning.
With the help of sponsors, Grand Haven Area Public Schools is hosting Calvin Terrell — an educator, speaker and community builder — to speak with residents and students early next month.
Lake Hills and Rosy Mound elementary schools have been nominated for the National Blue Ribbon Award.
Visitors to the Grand Rapids Art Museum will have an opportunity to see projects created by Grand Haven students.
Second-graders from all seven Grand Haven elementary schools will have their work featured in the Grand Haven District Day from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Keeping true to his word, Andy Ingall donned Lakers gear and ventured outdoors Friday morning.
Brenda Lutz, a bus driver for Grand Haven Area Public Schools, was selected as an Essential Service Award winner for West Michigan Works!
The Grand Haven Band Boosters are hosting their annual raffle.
In celebration of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, which is Monday, Grand Haven Area Public Schools students will be dedicating some time to take a closer look at King’s “I Have a Dream” speech, and taking action themselves.