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The best for every child, every day.

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POINTS OF PRIDE

GLENSIDE
• May was a busy month with field trips to the Muskegon County Airport, Knollview and the Muskegon County Museum for several of the programs at Glenside.
MHS/MCEC
• Senior Honors awards night gave out 1,050,000 dollars in scholarships to our graduates!
MHS/MCEC
• Allie Picard was accepted and sworn into the Navy yesterday, but she qualified for a job that no one else has been qualified for upon entrance in two years. She will be a quarter master navigationist.
NELSON
• Our very talented student writers presented at the ‘Writing Celebration’.
NELSON
• Over 300 people attended our ‘Celebration of Learning’.
OAKVIEW
• ‘Hats off’ to our Science Committee for hosting a Family Science Night. Families were able to move from station to station participation in various science investigations.
OAKVIEW
• 3rd - 6th grade students were recognized for their proficiency on the MEAP Assessment at our Academic of Excellence Celebration. Students were also inducted to the National Elementary Honor Society.
MARQUETTE
• The Cinco de Mayo celebration at Marquette on May 2nd was attended by over 980 people, who enjoyed performances by the TWI classes, food and games!
NELSON
• Field Day was a huge success with students and staff having a great time!
OAKVIEW
• The PTA sponsored our first Mother/Son & Father/Daughter Dance and a School Carnival during the month of May. These events were well attended and enjoyed by all who participated.
MARQUETTE
• Marquette students achieved a Student Academic Growth rate of 21.6% on the MEAP reading and math tests this year, compared to a state average of 14.3%
MOON
• Our families enjoyed a Math and Science night with the IMAX.
LAKESIDE
• 5th grade students supported Grand Trunk Clean-up efforts as a community service project. Great Job!
MARQUETTE
• First Grader Stephen Anderson won an award for his artwork, which was then purchased by the MAISD for their permanent collection!
MHS/MCEC
• Alumni, Deavin Renfro, stationed at Fort Hood, was voted Soldier of the Year!
OAKVIEW
• The Young Men of Destiny and the Young Ladies of Excellence (male & female empowerment groups) along with the National Elementary Honor Society students visited the college campuses of Grand Valley State University and Cornerstone University on May 28, 2014.
MOON
• Our Kindergarten classes hosted PreK and Head Start students for a sneak peek at a day in the life of a kindergartner!
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Almost $1000 dollars was raised by students and staff for "Pennies for Patients"!
NELSON
• 5th grade students went to Impression 5 Museum and had a Spring Musical.
LAKESIDE
• School carnival hosted a fun evening following our Celebration of Learning sponsored by Lakeside PTO! Great partnership!
GLENSIDE
• Over 210 children participated in the “Moving On” program at Muskegon Middle School with over 650 in attendance in the am and pm program. Thanks to Muskegon Middle School for opening the building to us!
MOON
• Congratulations to 21st Century Spelling Bee winner Dominique Gauthier. Dominique was the 1st place winner in the district-wide competition. Way to go!
GLENSIDE
• The Head Start and GSRP children leaving Glenside made a visit to Oakview Elementary. They also ate lunch in the gym at Glenside to prepare them for Kindergarten. All did a great job!
LAKESIDE
• Celebration of Learning - May 22 students presented learning projects to parents and guests - combined parent/student attendance over 1000!!

SPOTLIGHTS

If you are in need of a free meal during the summer months when school is out of session check out this website, meals are provided to people 18 years of age or younger, free of charge all you have to do is show up! 

Check this website for a location near you: www.michigan.gov/sfsp



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