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The best for every child, every day.

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POINTS OF PRIDE

MHS/MCEC
• Muskegon High School jazz program took ones at festival and performed for the City of Muskegon.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• P.E. classes traveled to the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex. Students participated in luge, XC skiing, ice skating and broomball.
NELSON
• Dynamic Assemblies presented "Reading is Magic" to all students.
OAKVIEW
• Our 2nd (Mrs. Ray), 4th (Halverson), 5th (Chapman, Leach and Lee) and 6th graders (Simmons & Williams) presented an dynamic Black History Program. This event was well attended and was featured on MLive.
MARQUETTE
• Sixth Grade Boys Basketball team won their end of season tournament!
NELSON
• A special visit from State Representative Marcia Hovey-Wright who read with our 1st grade students
GLENSIDE
• A shout out to Nelson School for the nice welcome and tour for Head Start friends moving onto Kindergarten.
OAKVIEW
• The sixth grade students spent April 1 in Detroit at the Charles H. Wright African American Museum and the Holocaust Memorial Museum as a culmination of their classroom studies
MARQUETTE
• 5th and 6th Grade Two-Way Immersion Classroom won Mrs. Moore's Mad Minute Challenge, with ALL students passing their multiplication and division mad minute tests!
MOON
• Our 2014 Scholastic Book Fair was a huge success! We sold over $2000 in books which generated $1200 for books and other items through Scholastic.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• The Middle School orchestras earned 2s at festival!
LAKESIDE
• Check out our MSU interns' "Happy" video YouTube production on our district Facebook Page.
MARQUETTE
• Twenty students participated in the State Academic Games tournament held at the Crowne Plaza in GR on March 5, 6, and 7
MHS/MCEC
• Angelo Hernandez-Sias has won 2nd place at the West Michigan Student Showcase for his fictional short story “Crickets.”
OAKVIEW
• 359 students participated in the Fab 5 Celebration. These students have earned 5 or more Big Red Tickets for the month and no Office Discipline Referrals.
MOON
• Our students have increased their writing scores by 16% and Math scores by 13% since the Fall. Way to go Moon School Students, Parents and Staff!!!
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Almost $1000 dollars was raised by students and staff for "Pennies for Patients"!
NELSON
• Thank you to the Muskegon Lumberjacks who paid a visit and read to our students
LAKESIDE
• Thank you to the trained volunteers from Michigan Works that are helping in our classroom and cafeteria.
GLENSIDE
• The BIG REDS Bus continues to visit classrooms monthly celebrating student success with BIG RED tickets as the District PBIS program rolls into spring.
MOON
• Parents, students, and staff raised over $600 for the Leukemia Lymphoma Society (Pennies for Pasta). Congratulations to Mindy Curtis’ Kindergarten class for raising over $160 and for winning a spaghetti lunch from the Olive Garden.
MUSKEGON MIDDLE SCHOOL
• Black History Month soul food "Taste" was a tremendous success thanks to staff, students, and Jerry Scott!
MHS/MCEC
• Juan Martinez won 3rd place at Showcase for “Mi Terreno.” A fine arts piece.
NELSON
• Students celebrated March is Reading month with a "Reading with Superheroes" Night with guest readers Officer Fort, Major Metcalf, The Incredible Hulk, and Wonder Woman.
GLENSIDE
• Proud of our parents at Glenside! 98% attendance at conferences!! Make up conferences are already scheduled.
LAKESIDE
• The entire school population celebrated student successes and greatness at "All School Meetings".

SPOTLIGHTS



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