Education

PTC helps create safer, drier playground

July 9, 2014
PTC helps create safer, drier playground

Funds still needed for more improvements. By Rob Alway. Editor-in-Chief.  SCOTTVILLE — A group of concerned parents are spearheading some much needed updates to the playground at Scottville Lower Elementary. Over the next three weeks, the playground will take on a different look. The playground committee of the Scottville Elementary Parent-Teacher Committee has been raising funds the past several years…

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Local CTE students participate in national leadership conference

July 9, 2014
Local CTE students participate in national leadership conference

Students from the local Career and Technical Education  Allied Health Program competed at the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA)  National Leadership Conference (NLC) June 25-28 in Orlando, Fla.  HOSA is a national student organization that provides leadership development, motivation and recognition for students interested in pursuing careers in health professions. The local HOSA students are among the 165,822 members…

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WSCC dean’s list

May 27, 2014

VICTORY TWP.  – West Shore Community College has released its Dean’s List for the 2014 Winter Semester.  Full-time students achieving a semester grade point average of 3.75 or above receive high honors and full-time students with a grade point average between 3.50 and 3.749 receive honors. Part-time students are eligible for the Dean’s List when their accumulating grade point averages…

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WSCC summer, fall registration underway

May 27, 2014
WSCC summer, fall registration underway

VICTORY TWP. – Registration for West Shore Community College’s summer and fall semesters is underway for first-time, returning, and guest students and will continue to the first week of each term’s classes. The summer semester runs from June 2 through July 25. The fall semester begins September 3and ends December 19. Students who register early for classes have the best selection of courses,…

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MCC forensics team takes 2nd in state

May 13, 2014
MCC forensics team takes 2nd in state

Submitted by Connar Klock. Mason County Central senior. KALAMAZOO — The Mason County Central High School forensics team recently placed second place in the state tournament held at Western Michigan University. The team scored 407 points and competed against 25 teams; it was the highest the team had ever scored at a state tournament. Of the 23 events competing from…

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