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POINTS OF PRIDE

GLENSIDE
• The Special Education classrooms also had extra fun with families on a Friday Family Share day!
GLENSIDE
• The Head Start Family Fun Night was a BIG success with over 250 people attending!
GLENSIDE
• Three classrooms at Glenside received a grant from the Community Foundation MCTEA. The dollars will be used for field trips and classroom supplies.
MHS/MCEC
• Student athlete, Jason Loera, has committed to Ferris State University (Division 2) for basketball.
MHS/MCEC
• Ashley Jagnecki, a member of our first early college graduation class, will be speaking at Muskegon Community College Graduation as the commencement speaker.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• MMS was well represented by both the band and orchestra at the MSBOA District 7 Honors Band and Orchestra. We congratulate them especially Maddie Kurdziel, Cecy Swanson and Carlos Hernandez-Sias on a job well done!
NELSON
• Mrs. Theilbar along with some 6th grade students performed the "M-STEP" rap for students as they began their testing.
OAKVIEW
• Project Staar After School Program 2015 Spelling Bee Winners are: Darvin Garrett-1st place and Nyla Sauer-2nd place. They will be in the district wide Spelling Bee on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at 5:00 pm at the Hackley Administration Building.
GLENSIDE
• Two visits to Knollview this month proved to be fun for two different Head Start classes including card making, hugs, and songs and dancing!
LAKESIDE
• Lakeside's Girls on the Run Team has 16 members and are looking forward to their run at Heritage Landing on May 16.
LAKESIDE
• Our Kindergarten and First grade students met their reading challenge of reading 500 books in a month!
LAKESIDE
• Congratulations to our 2 Michigan State University interns for successfully completing their program and next year we will host 6 students!
MARQUETTE
• Allen Kazam did magic tricks and celebrated our favorite books. Scholastic Book Fair raised hundreds of scholastic points!
MARQUETTE
• We celebrated March is Reading Month with "Reading is Magic" ...with a Family Reading Nite with Princes and Princesses from MHS theater class in full costume who read to our families. Students made shields and crowns and decorated cookies in shapes from the magic forest.
MARQUETTE
• We had 20 guest speakers in our school reading their favorite books to our students! Thanks to all of you!
MHS/MCEC
• MCEC student Colton Parker - Competed in the statewide HOSA - Future Health Professionals competition through the CTC
MHS/MCEC
• 30% of Senior student-athletes are going on to play a college sport with scholarship money! These athletes represent 6 different sports.
MOON
• Thank you to all parents who showed up to enroll kindergarten and pre-k students during Kindergarten Roundup. If you have not yet enrolled for the 2015-2016 school year, please stop by the main office.
MOON
• Our families enjoyed a night of fun-filled math and science activities. “Moonies in Motion” had families moving and grooving with staff as a means of exercise with math/science experiments. On the way out, they enjoyed a healthy snack to encourage healthier eating.
MOON
• Congratulations to Jacquez Love. Jacquez, a sixth grader at Moon, was the winner of the 2015 district-wide spelling bee. Way to go!!!!
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• The average number of students being sent out of class with a referral is lower this April than last April. Nice job MMS staff for setting clear expectations and to students for following them.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Teenbiz3000 - MMS 8th grade students exceeded the expected growth by 32 Lexile levels from Fall to Spring
NELSON
• The Boys and Girls Club is underway at Nelson with many participants. They are still accepting applications.
NELSON
• Nelson and the MAISD worked together to host a "Family Engineering Night" for 3rd-6th graders and their families. Students had an opportunity to work on 14 different science-related projects.
OAKVIEW
• Students wrapped up March is Reading Month with a Reading Is Magic assembly by Alan Kazame and those who participated in the WhiteCaps Reading Program earned free admittance to the baseball game.
OAKVIEW
• Spring Parent Teacher Conferences were a success! We had 89% of our families in attendance. Thank you PTO for the Spring Parent Challenge Incentive.

SPOTLIGHTS



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