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 By Renee Summers    Education    June 10, 2021 

Wayne-Westland Superintendent Wants to Amplify District's Message

Stepping in to take command of an entire school district during a global pandemic can be a daunting expectation. The Wayne-Westland School Board voted in spring of 2020 to offer the post of...

 

Michigan Lottery Contributes Record $1.179 Billion to Michigan Schools in 2020

The Michigan Lottery raised more than $1.179 billion for Michigan schools in fiscal year 2020. This marks the sixth record-setting year in a row for Lottery contributions to the School Aid Fund and the second consecutive year that the Lottery has...

 

Teachers' Appreciation Day Event Held in Ecorse

The Ecorse Public Schools District let its teachers know they are appreciated with a day of pampering and amusement on Friday, May 7. The day began with brief workshops in the morning on self-care...

 
 By Xaiver Jones    Education    May 13, 2021

The Man, The Marine, The Gunny

n the year 1977 there was a young man who had a dream. A motive outside of his hometown of Des Moine Iowa. This young man had lost his father as a child, and lived under the leadership of his mother...

 

The River Rouge School District announces the hiring of high school principal Michelle Kyles

RIVER ROUGE - On Wednesday May 5, 2021, the River Rouge School District officially hired Mrs. Michelle Kyles as Principal of the River Rouge High School. Principal Kyles was appointed interim...

 
 By Renee Summers    Education    May 6, 2021

Robichaud High School Offers Certified Nurse Assistant Program

As the school year comes to a close this year, Robichaud High School in Dearborn Heights will graduating more that scholars; the school will also be graduating something new: certified nurse assistant...

 

Adams Middle School student, Princess Ikenyi, qualifies as National History Day alternate

Adams Middle School student Princess Ikenyi knows a lot about history. She was selected as a National Qualifier Alternate to represent the state of Michigan for National History Day in Washington...

 

Romulus Schools Superintendent Brings Vision and Enthusiasm to the District

When Benjamin Edmondson arrived in Michigan 1999, he was merely here for a holiday visit with family. By a curious twist of fate however, the New Jersey native ended up staying and ultimately earning...

 

Ecorse Schools to Offer New Career Training Program This Fall

Beginning in fall 2021, Ecorse students will have a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) course option. Automotive Service Technician will join Cosmetology, Radio and Television, Graphic Design,...

 

WESTERN WAYNE FAMILY HEALTH CENTERS AND ECORSE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TEAM UP FOR RAIDERS CARE

Western Wayne Family Health Centers has opened "Raiders Care" school-based health center at the Kennedy Administration Building of Ecorse Public Schools. It's a health center for students of the...

 

River Rouge School District Among Many Navigating an Uncertain Year

"I think that I'm probably speaking for most school districts when I say that this has been the most unique situation we have dealt with in the history of public education." The quote comes from Dr....

 

Wayne-Westland Schools Introduces Mindfulness Resource

As the Wayne-Westland School District prepared to welcome students and staff back into the classrooms for in-person hybrid learning on March 1, it became clear that not everyone was comfortable with...

 

Inkster's New Leanna Hicks Public Library Poised for a Spring Opening

The Leanna Hicks Public Library in Inkster will officially open its doors to the public on Monday, March 22, 2021. Originally planned for last March but delayed due to COVID-19, the library's opening...

 

College Financial Aide Forms (FAFSA) deadline is March 1, 2021

The U.S. Department of Education (Department) office of Federal Student Aid needs your help reaching Michigan high school seniors, current college students, and their parents to remind them to submit...

 

Ecorse Schools Preparing Students for Success Amid Virtual Learning

School districts throughout Michigan have faced an unprecedented year in the face of COVID-19. Schools have strived to keep education humming along with virtual classrooms, limited in-person learning...

 

Tuition-Free Opportunity

LANSING – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer joined today with Republican and Democratic legislators to announce the launch of the $30 million Michigan Reconnect program, the largest effort in state history to...

 

Martin Luther King Jr. delivers the 'I Have a Dream' speech at the March on Washington, August 28, 1963

I am happy to join with you today in what will go down in history as the greatest demonstration for freedom in the history of our nation. Five score years ago, a great American, in whose symbolic...

 

AHRC Observes the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery

The American Human Rights Council (AHRC-USA) joins the United Nations and the rest of the world community in observing the International Day for the Abolition of Slavery. The day is observed annually on December 2. This day was established by the...

 

Detroit Men Investing in Literacy

Detroit -- The Harambee Literacy Project (HLP) sponsored by Be-Moor Radio in conjunction with the University of Michigan's Stamps School of Art + Design, Brightmoor Maker Space, Sunbridge...

 

Ford Law Career Academy Aims to Increase Diversity in the Legal Profession

DEARBORN, – With the singular mission of bringing diversity to the practice of law, Ford Motor Company – with the support of its philanthropic arm, Ford Motor Company Fund, and Henry Ford...

 

Sabbath Middle School students receive 'Acts of Kindness' donations from community organizations

RIVER ROUGE - Mr. Demond Thomas (Principal), Nicole Arnold (Academic Engagement Officer and Selena Smith (Education) are very humbled with the generosity and support that has been shown to the...

 

SEPTEMBER IS BLACK READING MONTH TAKE TIME 2 READ

As Black Reading Month comes to a close, I want to inspire you to continue reading. These thirty days have gone by so fast. I only read one book, "I Tried to Change So You Don't Have To" by Loni...

 

September is Black Reading Month.

Will you go to a black bookstore and buy a book by a black author to exercise your brain cells so you won't get distracted by all the rhetoric floating around during this political season. With all...

 

Gov. Whitmer launches Futures for Frontliners, Tuition-free path to community college

LANSING – Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, along with leaders in education, business, labor and workforce development, today launched the nation's first program offering tuition-free college to an estimated...

 

Dearborn Adult Education Registering Now for Fall Classes

As you are preparing your children or grandchildren to return to school via virtual classrooms, maybe you think it's time you tended to some unfinished business in regards to your own education? If...

 

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