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The best for every child, every day.

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POINTS OF PRIDE

GLENSIDE
• Another shout out to Heartland (Knollview) for the great Halloween parades and treats they do for Head Start each year. It is always fun to see all the smiling faces. Thank you Heartland for taking care of our friends at Glenside.
GLENSIDE
• The Glenside children enjoyed Fire safety lessons from our local Fire Department. The staff volunteered to wear the fire equipment to show children how a fireperson might look. Of course the big excitement happen when everyone got to look at the big fire truck.
NELSON
• The Nelson Neighborhood Association will now be housed at Nelson in the library every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 5:30-7:00 pm.
GLENSIDE
• The ECSE and GSRP children had fun walking to The Village at Park Terrace to show off their Halloween outfits. They received wonderful treats. Thank you to The Village at Park Terrace.
GLENSIDE
• The Head Start program at Glenside was part of the World Record for reading Bunny Cakes on the same day as others in the world. Every classroom participated.
GLENSIDE
• A platform stage on the playground, donated by the Career Tech Center (CTC) students, is a big hit! A host of preschoolers love using it to show off their talents singing, dancing and just performing outside. What a great partnership with CTC.
LAKESIDE
• Welcome to Morgan Keating and Nicole Andaloro, Michigan State University Interns at Lakeside!
LAKESIDE
• Data shows students who have participated in the Sensory Motor room for 2 years are successful in managing their behavior positively.
LAKESIDE
• Much THANKS to the 33 people who volunteered at Lakeside during the month of October.
MARQUETTE
• Thank you parents for supporting their children's education at Marquette!
MARQUETTE
• More than 75 students are enrolled in our 21st Century after school program!
MARQUETTE
• We are excited to begin our Academic Games Program; getting ready for State Tournaments!
MARQUETTE
• Muchas gracias a TODOS y cada una de las familias que día con día apoyan a que sus hijos lleguen listos y preparados para aprender y afrontar sus retos académicos, sin su apoyo no sería posible.
MHS/MCEC
• MHS soccer program made it to the district finals for the second straight year.
MHS/MCEC
• Eighty-three students are attending the Muskegon Area Career Tech Center with numerous students receiving job placements due to their training.
MHS/MCEC
• Muskegon High School's theater program is up and running with nearly 75 students working on the upcoming play.
MOON
• Students in grades 4-6 have been chosen to take part in a Peer Mediation Program. Students work together to resolve issues of conflict on the playground as well as in the classroom. Peer Mediators are also responsible for helping to monitor lower elementary students before/after school.
MOON
• Nine staff members were recently awarded monies through the Education Fund Grant. All monies will go towards new and exciting projects for the classroom. Way to go Moonies!!!!
MOON
• Thanks to AmeriCorps Reading Tutors for working with our K-3 grade students. Also, a special thanks to Forest Park Covenant Church volunteer readers for working with our first grade students.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• MMS students have been working hard on NWEA testing.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Our students are learning about the BIG REDS expectations...Believe In Greatness!
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Students will be soon using Chromebooks to access TeenBiz and eScience to hone their informational reading skills!
NELSON
• Fall conferences were a success with many parents in attendance.
NELSON
• The kindergarten classes enjoyed a visit to Lewis Farms. Students were able to pick their own apples.
NELSON
• A reading buddies volunteer program is now being implemented 3 days a week. Volunteers from the community come in and read 1 on 1 with the students.
OAKVIEW
• Our student empowerment groups held their first meeting. Please contact the main office if you wish to make a donation to the Young Ladies of Excellence and the Young Men of Destiny. Students in grades 4-6 meet weekly after school with advisors.
OAKVIEW
• Student enrollment is up to an all time high of 547 students. As a result we have opened another 6th grade classroom, taught by Mrs. Sarah Ruter. Over 90% of our students have 90% or better attendance for the month of September. 176 students have perfect attendance for the month. Congratulations!!
OAKVIEW
• Students will be participating in the Walk to School Day. We will meet at Sheldon Park on Wednesday, October 8, at 7:15 am. This event is sponsored by the Oakview P.E. Department, PTO and Muskegon Police Department.

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