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Drivers Admit to Speeding and Cell Phone Use in School Zones

DEARBORN - Michigan roads are about to get more crowded - and hazardous - as millions of students and teachers return to school. This time of year is particularly dangerous due to the combination of...

 

Welcoming Students Back to School for 2022-23

I would like to take this time to welcome all of our Wayne County students back to the classroom for the 2022-23 school year.I also want to wish all of you the very best as you continue to learn and...

 

Griot books at Kemeny Recreation Center

This past spring, the Griot, a book club organization, presented $300.00 worth of books to the Kemeny Recreation Center, 2260 W. Fort Street, Detroit. Members appearing in the below photo are Mrs....

 

Wayne-Westland Community Schools presents First Responders kits for non verbal residents

Staff from Wayne-Westland Community Schools presented "Core in the Community: First Responders" at the Wayne City Council meeting. Core in the Community: First Responders is an idea that came from a c...

 

Lt. Gov. Gilchrist Highlights $6M Investment to Help Students Overcome Barriers to Higher Education

LANSING. - Today, Lt. Governor Garlin Gilchrist II launched a statewide tour from Washtenaw Community College to spotlight Michigan's $6 million bipartisan investment in grant funding designed to ease...

 

River Rouge School Millage Renewal on August 2nd Ballot

Dear River Rouge Community: The River Rouge School District needs your support for our upcoming Millage Renewal on Tuesday, August 2, 2022. Alan Autry once said, "You don't need a city charter to...

 

Westwood Schools Remodeling to Improve Learning Environment

The Westwood Community School District is using the summer months to renovate and upgrade its school buildings in an effort to enhance the learning environment for its students. The renovations are...

 

A good admissions essay may mean more financial aid for college

Some colleges require high school seniors to submit an essay as part of the admissions process. That essay may also help when it comes to paying for college, according to KHEAA. The quality and...

 

Wayne-Westland Community Schools Awarded $2,116,145.00

Westland-The U.S. Department of Education announced that Wayne-Westland Community Schools would receive a federal Upward Bound grant of $2,116,145. This grant will help more low-income students who would be the first members of their families to...

 

Logan's Learning Lab, Desiree found a need and filled it

Logan's Learning Lab is a private tutoring company birthed from COVID. "I'm really into mental health, education," says Desiree Bailey, baby sister of three, two-degree holder, mother of one and one...

 

Two New Gardening Programs Coming to Westland

The William P. Faust Public Library of Westland is pleased to announce a new summer youth program, Junior Master Gardeners, presented in cooperation with the MSU Extension Services. The series will...

 

Teachers Appreciation Day Recognizes Teachers in Ecorse

On Friday, May 6, the Ecorse School District took time out to show appreciation to its hard-working staff of educators. The theme for the afternoon of activities was The Ecorse Arcade and featured fav...

 

Detroit Institute of Arts Presents 85th Annual Detroit Public Schools Community District Student Exhibition

DETROIT - Hundreds of imaginative works created by Detroit Public Schools Community District (DPSCD) students will be on display in the 85th annual Detroit Public Schools Community District Student...

 

Pink Panthers Program Preparing Tomorrow's Leaders Today

A recently introduced program in the River Rouge School District aims to improve the academic performance of young ladies. The Pink Panthers Program is the product of collaboration between the...

 

It's Official: Biden Announces Extension of Student Loan Repayment Freeze

President Joe Biden on Wednesday, April 6, announced a pause on federal student loan repayments – extending the break in payments through August 31. Originally, the freeze was scheduled to expire...

 

River Rouge Schools Emphasizes Wellness Along with Academics

Even before the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic, the River Rouge School District had adopted a system which allows schools to support the students' social-emotional learning, mental health, and...

 

Gov. Whitmer Announces $4 Million Investment to Prepare Michigan's Young Adults for Meaningful Career and Educational Opportunities

LANSING —Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the recipients of grants totaling $4 million to provide young adults with a meaningful introduction to the world of work, including jobs skills, on-site, hybrid, and virtual career exploration and...

 

Wayne-Westland Community Schools Looking Ahead to the Future

In the Wayne-Westland Community Schools District (WWCSD), "community" is at the heart of the district's mission to educate students to be responsible, contributing members of a global society.... Full story

 

Western Wayne County NAACP Scholarship Deadline Extended until May 1st

The Western Wayne County Branch of the NAACP is reminding seniors that there is still time to apply for the 2022 scholarships. This year they will award four (4) scholarships to deserving high school...

 

Westwood Community Schools Turning Challenges into Opportunities

The motto for the Westwood Community School District is "Bulldog Strong: Unleash your potential." Even during a global pandemic, that motto still holds true. When COVID-19 arrived in Michigan in...

 

Ecorse Schools Continue to Foster Academic Excellence

While many school districts in Michigan have scrambled to navigate an uncertain academic environment, Ecorse Public Schools has had an advantage during these past two years of the COVID-19 pandemic:...

 

Dominican Literacy Center Moving Adult Learners Forward

For nearly 33 years, the Dominican Literacy Center in Detroit has been helping adult students reach their potential by promoting access to education. The goal is such a noble one that even a global pa...

 

Promoting Reading at Home for Sabbath School Students

Sabbath Middle School staff and the nonprofit organization Legacy of Literacy, Inc has partnered since 2018 to encourage students to read in and out of school. The latest literacy initiative provides...

 

Ecorse Childcare Center Serving Downriver for Nearly 30 Years

We Care Child Development Center in Ecorse began welcoming children into its care in the spring of 1992. A ministry of New Greater Bethlehem Temple, We Care Child Development Center was founded by...

 

NAACP WRITE HER FUTURE SCHOLARSHIP POWERED BY LANCÔME

The Write Her Future Scholarship powered by Lancôme is one of many funding opportunities available to Black students and students of color through the NAACP Inspire Initiatives. This scholarship is...

 

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