This feature sheds light on the work students and teachers are doing, and it lets the community know what makes each class special.
With snow days piling up for West Michigan schools, the staff and students of the Spring Lake district will go longer into June than previously planned.
With the season’s building time officially done, the Fruitport High School team plans to practice as they prepare for next month’s competitions.
You will be able to match movies with storefronts during the ninth annual Frozen in Time in Grand Haven’s downtown and Centertown from 2-4 p.m. Saturday.
Jodie Gracey works alongside students in the SXI classroom at White Pines Intermediate School.
After two snow days pushed back their school’s Science and S.T.E.M. Fair, some Grand Haven students finally had a chance to show off their work Thursday night.
School: St. Mary's, Spring Lake
One for the Foxes and Grand Haven High School’s GOTAK will perform during the seventh annual event, which will take place at 7 p.m. Monday, Feb. 18, at First Presbyterian Church in Grand Haven.
Within the next two years, the school within Ferry Elementary School will transition to serving Young Fives through fourth-grade students. It currently goes through sixth grade.
Local Rotary sending computers for schools in Central America.