May 27, 2010 RSS feed / Education

EIGHT YEARS IN A ROW, PLUS

Third grade teacher Rosalyn Wolfsen (left) was recognized by Collins Elementary Principal Pam Akin (right) at the May 17 school board meeting for having perfect attendance for the last eight consecuti More...

UPBEAT MESSAGE

Although St. More...

TRIBUTE

(Left to right) Roxanne Chenette, Jordan Howell and Bridgit Grant sing in a tribute to the late Rob Kunik, a Houghton Lake High School teacher who helped produce the Houghton Lake Spring Follies, whil More...

GUITAR SOLO

(Above, left) Houghton Lake High School Jazz Band member Hannah Leedy plays Free Bird at the Spring Band Concert May 20. More...

OUTSTANDING

Roscommon High School sent four ensembles to the Northern Michigan University Jazz Festival April 15-16 in Marquette. More...

COOR honors career tech students

The COOR Area Career Tech Center 2009-2010 Awards Ceremony was held May 20 in the G.I. Stewart Auditorium at Kirtland Community College with more than 240 people in attendance. More...

MidMichigan Health, MSU announce regional campus

Michigan State University College of Human Medicine and MidMichigan Health have agreed to establish a new regional medical campus in Midland. More...

Baumgart receives textbook scholarship from CMU Bookstore

When Roscommon High School senior Ryan Baumgart heads to Central Michigan University in the fall, he will have one less thing to worry about when he arrives. More...

MORNING RIDE

Houghton Lake High School Librarian Lisa Sutton is all smiles after her five-mile bike ride to Tops Donuts Monday. More...

Gaylord Book Warriors take BOB trophy home

cheryl.holladay@houghtonlakeresorter.com A tie-breaking round gave the Gaylord Book Warriors the win in the annual Battle of the Books Saturday at Houghton Lake High School. More...

105 walk 100-plus miles

Retirees Robert and Marilyn Kibbe logged the most miles among public participants in Roscommon Area Public Schools’ fitness program, “100 Miles in 100 Days–to the Bridge and Across.” More...

Six recognized for writing

Six students from Roscommon High school have been named winners in the 11th annual Au Sable River Words Writing Contest which is sponsored by the Anglers of the Au Sable. More...

FAMILY PROJECT

With St. Helen Elementary School scheduled to close at the end of the school year, St. Helen Elementary turned its annual carnival into a “Fair” well event May 21. More...

RAPS, Mesick take part in school health institute

The link between health and academic achievement has motivated many school districts, including Roscommon Area Public Schools and Mesick Consolidated Schools to bolster coordinated school health initiatives. More...

SENIOR SCHOLARSHIPS

Houghton Lake High School seniors receiving Band Booster scholarships at the May 20 concert were (left to right) Judy Boudrie ($250), Alicia Gillman ($250), James Leedy ($500) and Sarah Herriman ($500 More...

MILBURN SCHOLARSHIPS

Four Houghton Lake musicians were presented with $250 Milburn Memorial scholarships. Pictured are (left to right) Marc J. More...

HONORED FOR EXCELLENCE

Roscommon Elementary School teacher Michele Milne, Principal Martin “Mort” Meier and volunteer Kerry Murray (left to right) are pictured with a sign, a trophy and a plaque they received at More...

HOW LOW CAN YOU GO

Houghton Lake Middle School fourth grader Jonathan Paxson limbos while Colton Sprunger waits his turn during a session May 21 with Dee Dee Tibbits of Caro, who presented “Music Alive in the Cari More...

Gillman receives Gleaner Life scholarship

Houghton Lake High School senior Alicia Gillman has been awarded a $1,000 Gleaner Life Northern Michigan Regional Association Award. More...

Collini, Gulledge among Albion College graduates

Two Roscommon students were among 382 students who graduated from Albion College on May 8. Stevie Collini graduated magna cum laude, receiving a degree in psychology and communication studies. More...

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