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 By Xaiver Jones    Education    June 1, 2023

Garrick Smith - Taking Steps to Work for NASA

Detroit has a reputation of spitting out people who can achieve just about anything. Musicians, athletes, and business gurus only make up a small number of the city's prodigies. These people go on to...

 

Wayne-Westland Schools Host Vehicle Extrication Demonstration

The Wayne-Westland Community School District (WWCSD) hosted a Firefighter Vehicle Extrication Day to highlight the district's Firefighter and Emergency Medical Training(EMT) Programs being offered at...

 

New Children's Book, 'I Love My Daddy,' Further Dispels Myths about Black Fathers

For centuries, there's been a false assumption that Black fathers are absent, apathetic, and uninvolved in their children's lives. The stereotype of the absent Black dad remains quite ubiquitous in...

 

Wayne-Westland Community Schools to Host Hands-On Career Day for 8th grade Students

Wayne-Westland Community Schools is pleased to announce the College and Career Readiness Department will host a hands-on career day for 8th grade students on Thursday, May 18, 2023 from 8 a.m. to 2...

 

Books In The Hood Review - Poetically In Motion

Growth and development are vital steps to the human experience. No individual can control what outside forces may affect their lives, but there is one thing we can control. How we cope, react, and...

 

HUD Announces $5.5 Million Award for HUBCUs to Conduct Housing and Community Development Research

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced awards totaling $5.5 million for Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to conduct housing and community development...

 

Congressional Art Competition until April 28th, 2023

Dear Friend, My office is now accepting submissions for the Congressional Art Competition until April 28th, 2023! Overview Each spring, a nation-wide high school arts competition is sponsored by the...

 

Wayne-Westland Community Schools Receives Future Proud Michigan Educator EXPLORE Grant

Westland- Wayne-Westland Community Schools is one of 18 local school districts across the state to receive the Future Proud Michigan Educator EXPLORE Grant from the Michigan Department of Education...

 

Local Author Promotes Youth Literacy and Her First Children's Book

Inkster native Robin Wilson is enjoying the rerelease of her first children's book, "Mama Got Rhythm, Daddy Got Rhyme" which tells the story of young Jasmine, who dislikes the jazz music her parents...

 

Ecorse High School's Newest CTE Program Gives Students an Edge in the Mechanic's Shop

Beginning with the 2021-2022 school year, Ecorse Public Schools introduced a new Career and Technical Education (CTE) programto its offerings which already include Radio and TV Broadcasting...

 

Dearborn Heights School District No. 7 Doing Big Things for Students

When Dr. Tyrone Weeks arrived in Dearborn Heights to serve as superintendent of Dearborn Heights School District No. 7, he was pleasantly surprised to discover a thriving sense of community in the...

 

Book of Wisdom

R.I.C.H. Book of Wisdom was written and inspired by its author to encourage and motivate many to hang in there no matter what they are facing. Hopefully, as they are reading this book they will...

 

Activities at the Wayne Library

Winter Storytime Wednesday, February 22, 2023 6:30 PM 7:15 PM Join us for a fun evening of books, songs, rhymes, flannelboard stories, and crafts! For ages birth - 5 years old with an adult...

 

THE BACHELOR & THE BACHELORETTE

In The Bachelor and the Bachelorette: Dating Over 50 & Loving It, Vicki Dobbins takes us on her journey of dating, finding the right fit and growing together. At age 70+, Vicki did not expect to...

 

Ecorse Mighty Marching Raiders Looking Forward to Mardi Gras in New Orleans

The Ecorse High School Marching Band, the Ecorse Mighty Marching Raiders, have been invited to participate in parades during Mardi Gras in New Orleans in February. Mr. Lord'Amani Cooper is in his...

 

River Rouge Schools Celebrates Grand Opening of the District's Pup Culture Lab

On Saturday, January 21, the River Rouge Schools hosted an Open House and Grand Opening event to showcase the district's Animal-Assisted Interventions (AAI) Program. The celebration was held at the...

 

All Children Deserve Access to Quality Education, Free of Bullying

What constitutes a healthy learning environment for primary school children? And will race-based admissions and President Joe Biden's student debt relief plan survive Supreme Court scrutiny?...

 

River Rouge Schools Boost Young Entrepreneurs

In April 2022, the River Rouge School District added a unique learning experience called META 24to its curriculum to offer students the opportunity to learn essential skills and plan for a successful...

 

This Week in History

On December 29, 1845, six months after the congress of the Republic of Texas accepts U.S. annexation, Texas is admitted into the United States as the 28th state. On December 30, 1936, in one of the...

 

Give a subscription to the Telegram News

Where do you get your news from? Do you get snippets from your friends or clips from that have just been copied from other people. It's time to get your news from your local community newspaper, the...

 

Michigan Unveils Newly Minted Alliance to Earn Cash Back for College

Under a new partnership announced today, Michigan families can leverage their everyday purchases into college savings for their children and grandchildren similar to earning cash back for gas or groce...

 

Calling All STEMinista Role Models

The Michigan Science Center is excited to announce our second Statewide Cohort for the STEMinista Project. STEMinistas are girls and trans/nonbinary individuals who are interested in STEM: Science,...

 

Wayne-Westland Students Participate in Girls in Engineering Academy

The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) created the ESD Girls in Engineering Academy (GEA) to improve academic achievement and increase the interest in engineering among girls. The goal of (GEA) is...

 

Lincoln Park Public Schools Administrator Recognized for Dedication to Student Literacy

Lincoln Park Public School's (LPPS) Executive Director of Instruction and Evaluation, Eric Calvin, was recently awarded the statewide 2022 Reading Recovery Council of Michigan Award for his...

 

State Rep. Karen Whitsett And Barton McFarland Neighborhood Association Present Check to Barton Elementary

DETROIT - Representatives of the Barton McFarland Neighborhood Association, Theo Broughton and William Davis, the principal of Barton Elementary, Rosa Adams, and neighborhood police officers, Colette...

 

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