October 4, 2007 RSS feed / Education

Kirtland to host annual 'College Night' Oct. 11

Kirtland Community College is lending a helping hand to people planning to enter college next fall and who are seeking information on what many of the higher educational institutions in Michigan have to offer by hosting "College Night 2007" from 6- More...

Author David Dodd Lee to read in Kirtland series

On Oct. 15, poet and fiction writer David Dodd Lee will read from his works in Kirtland Community College's Controlled Burn Reading Series. More...

Ham radio classes scheduled

Would you like to be able to talk to your friends across town without being charged a monthly fee by your cell phone provider? Would you like to make a long distance call for free? If so, you might have what it takes to be a ham radio operator. More...

Seniors should contact Camp if interested in service academies

With the college application season underway, U.S. Rep. Dave Camp, R-Midland, is reminding members of the Class of 2008 to contact his office if they live within the 4th Congressional District and are interested in attending one of the U.S. More...

THE SUPERINTENDENT'S CORNER

Many Michiganders breathed a sigh of relief that essential government services would not be "shut down" this week because of the failure of our elected politicians to pass a budget bill that would be more than a "band aid" to solve the state's many More...

G-H enrollment drops more than anticipated

In the Gerrish-Higgins School District, the decline in enrollment was bigger than expected. Dr. Millie Mellgren, superintendent, said a total of 1,682 students were in classes on the official count date, down 86 from last year. More...

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Students of the Month at Houghton Lake Middle School for September were (front, left to right) fourth graders Taylor Bollone and Makayla Bowler, fifth graders Kohl Gill and Courtney Lee, (back row, More...

NEW CROP

Roscommon Middle School's first Students of the Month of the 2007-08 year are, left to right, in front: seventh grader Kaz Green, sixth grader Mathew Letson and fifth graders Jacob Thayer and Hanna DeWitt and in back: sixth grader Raven Riley, sev More...

HIGHEST HONOR

Houghton Lake High School teacher and Students Against Destructive Decisions advisor Lynne Gellerman was presented with the Masons' highest honor for a non-Mason, the Edgar A. Guest Award. More...

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