April 1, 2010 RSS feed / Education

Skeels Christian School to host Detroit Pistons dunk team

The Detroit Pistons, Hooper and the Flight Crew are coming to Skeels Christian School April 16 at 6 p.m. for a night of fun for the whole family. More...

‘SHOOT ’EM UP’

Mrs. Sue Mires’ classroom housed the most popular game in the Roscommon Elementary School Parent- Teacher Organization’s Spring Carnival March 20. Mrs. More...

180 OR 360?

Members of the Mad Bombers (left to right), fifth grader Norman Barth, his mom, Deanna Barth, and fifth grade friends, Jason Graham and Kyle Hartwell, discuss whether the answer to the question about More...

KCC to host Advanced Word course April 9

Kirtland Community College will host a workshop on Advanced Microsoft Word (CEC 12304) from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., April 9. More...

Norman graduates from Kettering

Jennifer Norman of Lake City received an undergraduate degree from Kettering University at the June, 2009, commencement ceremonies. More...

KICKING BUTTS DAY

Houghton Lake High School freshmen (clockwise from bottom left) Rebecca Ferguson, Tiffany Lee, Amanda Sherwood and Morgan Hunt signal their intention never to start smoking with a hand print and a sig More...

Senior citizens group offers scholarships to RES students

The Roscommon Senior Citizens Scholarship Awards Committee is accepting applications for this year. More...

Three area students graduate from CMU

Central Michigan University has announced its list of December, 2009, graduates. Earning a bachelor of science degree was Tara Braman of Houghton Lake. Earning a bachelor of applied arts degree was Kortni Hartman of Roscommon. More...

Boynton accepted to University of Northwestern Ohio

Benjamin Boynton, son of Susan Mainprize of Houghton Lake, has been accepted to the University of Northwestern Ohio in Lima, OH, to begin classes in the August session where he will be majoring in the automotive/high performance program. More...

A book a Month

Council’s goal for each child age birth to five

By Glenn Schicker Every child in Roscommon County will receive a new book in the mail every month if the Roscommon County Literacy Council has its way. More...

2010 Battle of the Books in full swing, finals May 22

Battle of the Books readers have been preparing for the 2010 final battle later this spring. This year the BOB readers in fourth, fifth and sixth grade are reading 11 books. More...

Early registration slated at KCC

Early registration for the upcoming 2010 summer and fall semesters at Kirtland Community College and M-TEC @ Kirtland-Gaylord will begin April 5. Registration will run from 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on April 5-6 and from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. More...

Zonta offers scholarship to returning college students

The Zonta Club of Roscommon County Area is accepting applications for one female resident of Roscommon County to receive a $500 scholarship to return to college. More...

CONSENSUS

Houghton Lake Middle School fourth graders (left to right) Jasmine Eiler, Sarah Vick, Lucas Vick, Brenden Ingleson and Gloria Lambert, members of the Spinning Bobcats, discuss an answer to a question More...

MARCH STAND-OUTS

Roscommon Middle School’s March Students of the Month are, left to right, in front: fifth graders Grant Smitz and Karlee Green, sixth grader Jabril Smith and eighth grader Phillip Pratt and in b More...

SEUSS CHARACTERS

These students dressed as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters for March is Reading Month at Roscommon Elementary School. More...

RMS names honor roll pupils

All A’s Grade 8 Stephanie Bee, Elizabeth Blasius, Janelle Gavin, John Miller, Hope Schepke, Amber Stilwell. More...

MMCC hosting College Day

Mid Michigan Community College will host a College Day on April 9th from 9:30 a.m. to noon on the Harrison Campus of MMCC. More...

TRYING IT OUT

Prospective kindergarteners listen to a story by kindergarten teacher Paula Youngberg during Collins Elementary’s Kindergarten Round-up March 24. More...

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