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July
Churches begin giving away free school supplies August 2
Lakeshore Backpacks for Kids will soon begin distributing 1,500 free backpacks stocked with school supplies during a series of events hosted by area churches.  The events begin in Holton on Saturday, August 2, 2014 and end on August 27, 2014 in Muskegon Norton Shores/Spring Lake.  Each child must be accompanied by an adult parent or legal guardian to receive a backpack.  ID is required for both adults and children.  Supplies are limited and are given away on a first come, first served basis.
MAISD to purchase medical building
to house expanded services
Muskegon Area Intermediate School District (MAISD) Superintendent John Severson announced today that the MAISD is moving ahead with the purchase of the Oakview Medical Building located at 684 Harvey Street, next to the MAISD main office in Muskegon. Severson said the building purchase is a solution to a space problem that has plagued the district for several years, due to expanded programs and services for local schools.
Tech Center students compete at national leadership
conference in Disney World
Four Muskegon Area Career Tech Center (MACTC) students from the Allied Health Technology and Health Science Academy Programs competed in a variety of healthcare skills and leadership events at the National HOSA Leadership Conference June 23-26, 2014.  These students earned the opportunity to compete nationally based on their performance at state level competition at the Grand Traverse Resort in April.
June
Leaders say flexibility helps students become
real world ready
Muskegon Area Intermediate School District superintendent said changes made to the Michigan Merit Curriculum (MMC) are a big step forward in preparing students for the real world after graduation.  Business owner Steve Olsen agrees.  Yesterday, Governor Snyder signed House Bill 4465 and 4466 intended to provide additional flexibility in the curriculum requirements for high school students.
Muskegon Heights students "engineer the future"
at college camp
Muskegon Heights Public School Academy Teacher Hilary Joslin's determination to focus on the future of nine rising ninth grade students led the group to an "Engineering the Future" Camp that began on Monday and ends this Friday, June 27 at Hope College in Holland.  The students are working alongside twenty other rising 9th and 10th graders from Holland New Tech School under the direction of Hope College engineering and math professors.
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