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POINTS OF PRIDE

GLENSIDE
• A special thank you to State Representative Marcia Hovey-Wright for reading to two Head Start classrooms and giving out special prizes.
GLENSIDE
• March started off with Mr. Brad Perkins from the High School coming to read to Head Start children. The Head Start children greeted him with the “We are the Big Red’s” song and he in turn gave out Big Red stickers. Mr. Perkins read one of the children’s favorite books Pete the Cat. Thank you Mr. Perkins it was a fun time!
GLENSIDE
• The field trip this month for GSRP and Early Childhood Special Education was great fun! Thanks to Barnes and Noble for hosting us.
MHS/MCEC
• Muskegon High basketball team won the regional championship for the third consecutive years.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Over 200 students are checking in with teacher mentors each week to improve grades and behavior. Staff and students are working hard at MMS!
NELSON
• A warm welcome to Mr. Presson our new 2nd grade teacher and Mrs. Martin our new 1st grade teacher.
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
• Thanks to all our parents for the great participation during spring conferences! 98% of our parents attended!
LAKESIDE
• Nominated by MEA members, Lisa Hawley, building clerk, and Deb Krispin, Music Teacher are this year’s EPIC winners for MPS! Congratulations Lisa and Deb!
LAKESIDE
• 2nd graders attended the Lakeshore Museum Center for week long interactive lessons on Muskegon History.
LAKESIDE
• Reading Rocks at LA with guest readers, school wide book character locker displays, special assembly, read-a-thons to name a few.
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
• Muskegon High School Big Reds JROTC travelled to Dayton, Ohio for a drill meet and, our ‘Unarmed Exhibition’ (‘Step’) team took first place out of ten schools competing. In addition to the team trophy, Keyshawn Crowley and Demarius Harris each won individual awards.
MHS/MCEC
• Muskegon High School student Angelo Miguel Hernadez- Sias won the Young Arts Merit Award for his writing and traveled to Miami Florida to present his essay and to learn from others.
MOON
• Way to go 6th graders! Of the forty-six 6th graders taking all math areas (mad-minute facts, long division, fraction processes, decimal processes, and expressions/equations/algebra) our overall average is a 76%. Of that, ½ of those students (23/46) earned an overall 80% or better.
MOON
• March is Reading Month was a huge success! For the first time ever we enjoyed Donuts with Dad (March 12th) and Muffins with Mom (March 26th). Moms and Dads were invited to come in and read from 3:15-3:45. The turnout was amazing!
MOON
• Students and staff raised a total of $649.21 for our annual "Pennies for Pasta". Congratulations to Mrs. Moore’s 6th grade class for raising a total of $106.39. They will enjoy a yummy spaghetti lunch from Olive Garden.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• 75% of all MMS students have received less than three referrals for the year! Congratulate these students for showing BIG RED pride by following school expectations.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• To celebrate ‘March is Reading Month’, students were rewarded for achieving 70% or higher on their AR tests. We had over 75 students each week achieving this goal. 10 student names were drawn weekly and treated to a pizza lunch with Mrs. Dahms.
NELSON
• MHS basketball players and members of the MHS Drama Club attended our Family Reading Night and read to students.
NELSON
• Dynamic Assemblies came to Nelson with the show, "Reading is Magic".
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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