March 29, 2018 RSS feed / Education

Collins first graders win March Madness Tournament of Books

Although they were going up against second and third graders, the first grad­ers in Lindsay Howard’s class at Collins Elementary picked the winning book in the school’s Reading Month (March) contest, called the “March Madness Tourna More...

RES Spring Break Talent Show

CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS! More...

Seniors take on CHA staff in pre-spring break challenge

TIP OFF Referee Ron Alden looks on as Charlton Heston Academy senior Michael Wells (left) and parapro­fessional Mark Huntley tip off the first CHA seniors versus staff bas­ketball game. More...

J-E-L-L-O

Instructional Dean Ashley Law­rence turns her face as Jell-o is thrown at her March 22 as part of a March is Reading Month as­sembly where 20 Charlton Heston Academy students threw Jell-o at her and Instructional Dean Krys­tal Watrous.   More...

OLLRCS open house April 9-13, kindergarten round-up April 10

Our Lady of the Lake Regional Cath­olic School will host a week-long open house from April 9-13.  As part of the open house week, OLLRCS will hold kindergarten round- up April 10 beginning at 5:30 p.m. More...

STORY AND A SNACK

The kindergarten class of Amy Stimac at Collins Elementary had a special treat March 22 as several fifth graders from Houghton Lake Middle School came to read to them during snack time. More...

Houghton Lake students learning job skills at CTE

Getting a snowblower in working order, welding and running drill presses and lathes – these are just some of the skills Houghton Lake High School students are learning this year in addition to their regular coursework.  More...

FLYING JELL-O

Second grader Nolan Benson throws a scoop of Jell-o at Charlton Heston Academy Instructional Dean Ashley Lawrence (right) as Instructional Dean Krystal Watrous watches the Jell-o fly through the air.   More...

ROCKIN’ READERS

(Front row, from left) First grader Isabella Mobley (410 minutes), first grader Abby Whittaker (380 minutes), kindergartner Robbie Kimball (600 minutes), first grader Aaliyah Kimball (600 minutes), (back row, from left) second grader Kayla Moore (580 More...

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