October 14, 2010 RSS feed / Education

‘Pink Shirt Day’ to promote bullying prevention

More than 160,000 kids stayed home from school today because of bullies. Too often, bullying goes unreported and is perpetuated by the stigma associated with seeking help. Pink Shirt Day, Oct. More...

PROJECT R.E.D.

“Project R.E.D.” (Rural Education Days) Dairy Tour was held in Missaukee County Sept. 15-16 at Many Blessings Dairy Farm in Lucas. More...

VFW scholarship deadlines near

The Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4159, Roscommon, have scholarship applications for middle school and high school students. More...

RES schedules annual hoedown

Roscommon Elementary School’s annual hoedown is scheduled for Oct. 21. The event will take place at the school from 6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m., featuring dancing and treats. Parents and children may wear their western gear,or come as they are. More...

Fall Day on the Farm

For the seventh year running, Joe Rubino and Christina Pinch Rubino opened up their Mystic Meadows Farm in Roscommon Township for a morning of fun for students from Our Lady of the Lake Catholic School. More...

fun race

Houghton Lake Middle School student Kaylee McIntyre (front) participates in a race against other students and teachers on scooters. More...

Tug!

Male members of the HLMS student senate play a game of tug-ofwar against the male staff members of HLMS during the assembly held Oct. 8 in the HLMS gymnasium. The MEAP dates for the HLMS are Oct. More...

New members sought for school health council

The Coordinated School Health Advisory Board is gearing up for the new school year and is looking for new members. The board will have its first meeting of the school year Oct. 20 at 3:30 p.m. at the high school. More...

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Students of the Month for October at Roscommon Middle School are (left to right) Kayla Jarosz, eighth grade, Jonathan Hahn, eighth, John Bowen, seventh, Caroline Schultz, fifth, Sarah Thompson, sixth, More...

Fuel up to play 60

Houghton Lake Middle School students Chad Peterson (left) and Payton Dull (holding sign) speak at the school’s MEAP assembly about the “Fuel Up to Play 60” event they attended at Det More...

Arts, cultural affairs mini-grant deadline approaching

The Region 19 Minigrant program of the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs recently announced the upcoming deadline for mini grant applications for 2011. The deadline for applications is Nov. More...

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS HELPS OLLS

Our Lady of the Lake School recently received a donation from the Knights of Columbus. More...

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