March 18, 2010 RSS feed / Education

Correction

An article in the spring Seasons magazine in last week’s Resorter contained an incorrect statement that “expressway rest areas and land surrounding the Higgins Lake public access site and the Department of Natural Resources and Environme More...

Enrichment in Washington, D.C.

Enrichment days for the Houghton Lake Middle school were held on February 18th and 19th. Students had a variety of activities to choose from. More...

My Pain - by Josh Bane

Pain is everlasting suffering. Pain is a shadow that creeps up on an oblivious heart, Like a black mist that creeps around a swamp. Pain is an everlasting suffering. More...

Collins Elementary First Grade Writers of the Week

First Grade Writers of the Week The first grade classrooms have been looking at the world through the eyes of a poet. They have been experimenting with rhythms, patterns, repetition and musicality. More...

TERRIFIC!

The Houghton Lake Kiwanis Club recognized 165 “Terrific Kids” at Houghton Lake Community Schools March 5 for completing their work during January and February. More...

Glance named to Belmont dean’s list

Michael Glance of Roscommon qualified for the fall 2009 dean’s list at Belmont University, Nashville, TN. More...

Third graders learn about agriculture

Third graders at Collins Elementary School recently learned lessons about how farmers care for the land and environment. More...

PERFECT ATTENDANCE

Thirty-nine Collins Elementary School students in grades preschool through third had perfect attendance the second marking period. Four teachers, Mrs. Jill Trahan, Mrs. Alicia Thompson, Mrs. More...

Collins plans kindergarten round-up

Collins Elementary School will host its Kindergarten Round-up March 24 for the 2010-11 school year. Children with last names beginning with A through L will be asked to register for school at 6 p.m. More...

FUN WITH LEARNING

Collins Elementary kindergarten teacher Jill Trahan plays a word game with students (left to right) Tabitha Tasker, Sarah Jaroch and Shelbi Evans during the school’s Family Language Arts Game Ni More...

PESG to help COOR train teachers

COOR Intermediate School District will enlist the help of a private company to help keep area teachers up-to-date on the ever-changing requirements of their profession. More...

Google Doodle

Students in Melisa Akers’ Art II class at Houghton Lake Community Education (HLCE) participated in the 2010 Doodle 4 Google competition. More...

Designing Bobcat Pride

Houghton Lake High School senior Morgan Fuller designed the Bobcat Pride heading at the top of this page. Morgan designed the graphic as part of the Digital Design class taught by Kristi Bisballe at HLHS. More...

Going Home - Lydia Johnson

As I turn from my haven, I hear the buzzing, humming of the traffic ahead of me. I wait for the mass of machines and people to move, and my memory drifts to a place with quiet meadows and wonderful waterfalls. More...

Mid Michigan, Northwood sign new agreement

Northwood University recently announced a new Transfer Articulation Partnership Agreement with Mid Michigan Community College. A ceremony to announce the agreement was held March 2 at Mid Michigan Community College’s Harrison Campus. More...

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Students of the Month for February at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School in Prudenville are (front left to right) Frances Bawek, kindergarten; Dominick Burkett, first grade; Meghan Hancock, third gr More...

Davis on Central Michigan dean’s list

Amanda Davis, Merritt, was named to the dean’s list for the fall 2009 semester at Central Michigan University. To be honored, students must earn at least a 3.5 grade point average. Davis is a senior. More...

RMS FIFTH GRADERS READ ON

Roscommon Middle School fifth graders have read and successfully passed tests on more than 500 books since Jan. 8. More...

G-H alumni offer Kirtland scholarship

The Gerrish-Higgins/Roscommon Alumni Association will offer a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating senior from Roscommon High School who is pursuing a vocational/ occupational program of study at Kirtland Community College. More...

Senior girls may apply for Zonta scholarship

The Zonta Club of Roscommon County area is accepting applications from female high school seniors for a $750 college scholarship. More...

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