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The best for every child, every day.

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POINTS OF PRIDE

GLENSIDE
• Glenside preschoolers are proud to display students of the month on the BIG RED BUS each month.
GLENSIDE
• Glenside students are thankful for Foster Grandparents!
MHS/MCEC
• MHS testing went well as the 11 grade students demonstrated outstanding effort by having 98% attendance.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• MMS raised $507.96 in our annual Pennies for Pasta campaign led by our student council. This money goes to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Monye Wilson is the president of student council and Mrs. Turner-Terry is their advisor.
NELSON
• 6th graders did an amazing job enjoying some winter fun at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex.
OAKVIEW
• 6th grade Destination Imagination Team will be competing on Saturday, March 7 at Mona Shores High School. Good Luck!
GLENSIDE
• Glenside preschools salute Radium Photo and their staff for doing a GREAT job with all of our messy hair after wearing a hat for outside play, an extra wipe on the face after breakfast and lunch. You guys ROCK!
LAKESIDE
• Mrs. Cotton's Donor Choice funding has placed more technology tablets in the hands of our 3rd graders for blended learning.
LAKESIDE
• Two Lakeside students were recognized for winning essays in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest, Braden Cohea - 6th, and Mariah Sain - 1st.
LAKESIDE
• Mrs. Krispin presented a musical choral tribute to Black History that included every student voice at Lakeside's February Program.
MARQUETTE
• We raised over $1,100 dollars in “Pasta for Pennies/Pennies for Patients" for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Foundation. The winning class gets a Pasta Party from the Olive Garden.
MARQUETTE
• Our "Soul Food Fest" was a success with delicious soul food and fabulous "Prezis" from our 5th and 6th graders!
MARQUETTE
• Marquette is home to a Hackley Community Care School Network Program with a full time nurse, behavior specialist and receptionist.
MARQUETTE
• We have kicked off our After School Hands-On Science Program!
MHS/MCEC
• MHS has entered its first robotics competition in school history and will be competing March 6 and March 13. Thank you to Mr. Goericke for leading this program and all the students involved.
MHS/MCEC
• Great job to the fine arts programs for Festival of the Arts and the MSBOA.
MOON
• Mr. Duren and the “Gentlemen’s Club” enjoyed a night out with the Grand Rapids Drive. Twenty young men enjoyed a basketball game, snacks, and dinner. Special thanks to Mr. Gary Tidball from Forest Park Covenant Church for providing this opportunity for our students.
MOON
• Parents and students enjoyed a Black History Gallery Walk on Friday, February 27. Parents were invited to the classrooms to enjoy writing, plays, and “Who am I” activities. For more details, go to www.facebook.com/MoonSchoolMuskegon
MOON
• Shout out to Christine Martin for submitting & receiving a grant of $4,995 from Lowe’s. Grant is to help “beautify” our campus.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• MMS 7th and 8th grade orchestras earned a division two rating for their performances at the MSBOA festival under the direction of Ms. Knoll.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Mrs. Duren's fourth hour strategic reading class was recognized by Acheive3000 for earning the spot of highest scoring class at MMS. They enjoyed pizza and pop as a reward.
NELSON
• 2nd -6th grade classrooms are 1-1 with chrome books. Students are highly engaged using Lexia, IXL, RAZ kids, and Education City!
NELSON
• We had a huge turnout for our father/daughter, mother/son dance for Valentine’s Day.
OAKVIEW
• 91% of our students (489) had 90% or better school attendance for the month of January! Go Big Reds!
OAKVIEW
• The PTA will be hosting the Scholastic Book Fair March 16 - 19th. Volunteers are needed to assist with this event. Contact the main office for more information.

SPOTLIGHTS






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