May 17, 2007 RSS feed / Education

Clarification

A story about teachers absent from Collins Elementary May 3 in last week's Resorter incorrectly stated the amount substitute teachers are paid in Houghton Lake Community Schools. More...

CRIMINALS BEWARE

Michael T. VanHorn II, pictured, received his associate degree in applied arts in criminal justice/law enforcement. More...

Baker names two from here to dean's list

Baker College of West Branch recently announced its dean's list for the winter, 2007, quarter. More...

Amber Prielipp graduates at CMU

Amber (Mackenzie) Prielipp graduated with honors from CMU May 5. She received a bachelor of science with a minor in human development and family studies. Prielipp is the daughter of Jerry and Wendy Mackenzie of Prudenville. More...

TEACHER OF THE YEAR

Before boarding a bus with her students for a career exploration field trip to Mackinac Island May 25, Roscommon High School special education teacher Kelly Bacus (holding plaque and T-shirt) accepted the Teacher of the Year award from Wal-Mart. More...

Chrispell interns at U.P. township

Amy Chrispell, 2004 graduate of Houghton Lake High School, will be completing an internship with the Charter Township of Kinross for her degree in communications from Lake Superior State University. More...

Seven to vie for 'Junior Mister' title

The evening of May 18 will be an evening filled with pageantry and excitement as seven Houghton Lake High School seniors participate in the Junior Mis- wait a minute...correction: The "Junior Mister" program. The competition begins at 7 p.m. More...

Boosters announce drawing winners

The May winners of the Houghton Lake Bobcat Booster Club drawing were Ellen Butler, Kathy McCullough and Diane Smith, $25 each, and Debbie Head, $125. More...

GOOD DAY FOR A PARADE

The sunny skies of Holland were a welcome site for the Houghton Lake Marching Band Saturday. The Bobcats joined hundreds of other bands in the annual Muziekparade. More...

Katalenich earns fellowship at Idaho National Laboratory

Roscommon's Jeff Katalenich is among a dozen university students representing 10 states who will spend the summer at the Idaho National Laboratory participating in cutting-edge nuclear energy research opportunities. More...

Free boater safety classes offered

Old Point Comfort Marine, 4629 W. Higgins Lake Drive, is offering free boater safety classes on June 30 and July 14. The classes will run all day and lunch will be provided. Call 821- 5881 to make reservations. More...

Appreciating learning

Accomplishments took center stage May 11 as Nokomis Challenge Center, Houghton Lake, held its Learning Appreciation Day. Educational achievement awards were awarded to students and guests and staff were recognized. More...

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Students of the Month for April at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School were Adam Bakun, kindergarten; Landen Almeida, first grade; Michael Godwin, second grade; Kevin Roll, fifth grade; and Ricky Press, sixth grade. More...

CATERING WORK

Students in the hospitality/food service class at Houghton Lake High School provided gourmet desserts for the Houghton Lake Merchants Association's Volunteer Appreciation Night May 8 at the Pines Theatre. More...

BEST IN THEIR CLASS

The top four eighth graders in their Houghton Lake High School class were recognized May 10 with a luncheon and award ceremony at Mid Michigan Community College. More...

ILLUMINATING

First grader Reece Smith uses water in his electricity experiment at Collins Elementary School's science fair May 9. (CHP) More...

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