December 3, 2009 RSS feed / Education

SVSU students take first ‘alternative weekend’ to help Gaylord homeless

Victoria Lorenz, a biology major from Houghton Lake, was among eight students from Saginaw Valley State University who traveled to Gaylord to help the homeless Nov. 20 through Nov. 22. More...

STATE AWARD

Houghton Lake Middle School Teacher Brenton Kemmer recently received the National Daughters of the Colonial Wars’ 2009 Teacher Award for the State of Michigan “for outstanding service by the exemplification and encouragement of patri More...

Education Trust opens enrollment

The Michigan Education Trust opened a new eight-month enrollment period Nov. 2. More...

Nine named to Alternative Ed honor roll

Nine students have made the honor roll list for the first term at Houghton Lake Adult and Alternative Education. More...

HLMS names honor roll students

“A” Honor Roll Grade 4 Stephanie Eckstorm, April Johnson, Grace Sura, Hannah Tedford, Jessica Whelpley. Grade 5 Emily Dean, Dylan Hunt, Courtney Ignat. More...

CMU senior receives Dow scholarship

Central Michigan University senior Andrew Krause of Houghton Lake has received a $500 Dow/SAP scholarship from The Dow Chemical Company in Midland. Three CMU students will receive the award at a luncheon Dec. 4 in Mt. Pleasant. More...

Hartwick lecture series to begin

The annual winter lecture series sponsored by the Hartwick Pines Logging Museum will begin Dec. 6 at 2 p.m. with the program “Who was Edward Hartwick?” More...

HONOR ROLL

Named to Our Lady of the Lake School’s honor roll for the first marking period were: third graders Janessa Fuller and Tyler Haggart; fourth graders Evan Fagerlie and Evan Wyszynski; fifth grader More...

State has new plan for college savings

The Michigan Department of Treasury has launched a new college savings plan designed to augment the Michigan Education Trust and Michigan Education Savings Program, Michigan’s long-running college savings plans. More...

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

A group from Skeels Christian School participated in the Feed My Starving Children project in Clare Nov. 7. Feed My Starving Children is an organization dedicated to feeding children in many other countries. More...

Legislation would allow four-year degrees at Kirtland

Is a bachelor’s degree in nursing in Kirtland Community College’s future? More...

HEAD START MITTENS

Roscommon High School seniors Samantha Workman (left) and Caitlyn Smith present more than 100 hats, mittens and coats to Roscommon Head Start. More...

CAFE LUNCHEON

Houghton Lake High School’s Hospitality/Commercial Foods Class, which operates the Bobcat Café, catered the second annual Customer Appreciation luncheon at St. More...

PERFECT MARKING PERIOD

Sixty-one students at Collins Elementary had perfect attendance during the first marking period. More...

ADVANCING IN TECHNOLOGY GRANT

Houghton Lake High School art teacher Elaine McDaniel was recently awarded an “Advancing in Technology” grant through the Roscommon County Community Foundation. More...

St. Helen students to sing at Kirtland

St. Helen Elementary School students will present their Christmas concert Dec. 10. The performance is scheduled for 6 p.m. in the Gilbert I. Stewart Auditorium at Kirtland Community College. More...

DOES GIVE TO BOBCATS

Houghton-Higgins Lake DOES members have expanded their gift-giving through the sale of necklaces statewide, and recently presented $300 to the eighth grade band members at Houghton Lake High School. More...

RES HONOREES

Roscommon Elementary School’s Students of the Month for November are, left to right, in front: Cassie Ross, Skye Grove, Abigail Holm, Madison Hamina, Hunter Spencer and Macarthur Schultz and in More...

NOVEMBER STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Houghton Lake Middle School Students of the Month for November, pictured with Principal Susan Tyer, are (front row, left to right): fifth graders Madison Flick, Bailey Decker and Devin Adair and (back More...

RMS STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

The staff at Roscommon Middle School has selected these pupils as November Students of the Month. More...

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