January 18, 2018 RSS feed / Education

RADL Tween Photography Club shoots to get members into the community

“Rules are made to be broken,” Jen Green told students of Roscommon Area District Library’s Tween Photography Club at its first official meeting Jan. 16.  Green, owner of Jen E. More...

LEARNING OF THE MARCH ON WASHINGTON

Students in Anjanette Ingersoll’s second grade class at Collins Elementary listen Monday during Martin Lu­ther King Day as she reads a book on the 1963 March on Washington. More...

TERRIFIC THIRD GRADERS

Fifteen students in Christina Blunden’s third grade class at Collins Elementary earned Terrific Kid Awards sponsored by the Houghton Lake Kiwanis Club for good attendance Jan. 11. More...

TERRIFIC FIFTH GRADERS

Twelve students in Melissa Miller’s fifth grade class at Houghton Lake Middle School earned Terrific Kid Awards for good attendance. More...

BACKPACK PROGRAM BACKERS

Gail Haenlein recently spoke to the Rotary Club of Houghton Lake re­garding the Collins Elementary weekend backpack program, which is in its seventh year. More...

DISCUSSING MAJOR SPEECHES ON MLK DAY

Students in Kim Smith’s sixth through eighth grade class at Our Lady of the Lake Regional Catholic School write reactions to Dr. More...

RCCF scholarship application available, deadline is March 1

The Roscommon County Com­munity Foundation (RCCF) is invit­ing eligible graduating seniors from Charlton Heston Academy, Hough­ton Lake Community Schools, Immanuel Christian School and Roscommon Area Public Schools to apply for scholarships available More...

Mid Michigan honors academic work during fall semester

Mid Michigan Community College recently announced its honors lists for the fall, 2017, semester.  Several area students were honored for their academic work. More...

TERRIFIC FOURTH GRADERS

Thirteen students in Dana Strickler’s fourth grade class at Houghton Lake Middle School earned Terrific Kid Awards for good attendance. More...

STUDENTS OF THE MONTH

Students of the Month at Collins Elementary for December are (front row, left to right) preschoolers Connor Bainbridge and Liam Parks, kindergartners Lillyana Kauffman and Chase Noell, (back row, left to right) Collins Principal Amy Peterson, first g More...

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