Reading during the summer months can help kids retain the learning they gained in school.
How to keep your child mentally and physically active during the summer months.
Ottawa County teachers share ideas to keep kids learning during the summer months.
ZQUEST program in Zeeland pairs a dog with young students to make reading fun.
The Learning Tree Preschool at Tri-Cities YMCA is teaching children about pet care.
Griffin Elementary students are expanding their minds by reading on the school bus.
Lincoln Elementary School has gathered more than 2,000 books to donate to Detroit school.
The Reading Now Network connects schools for strategies to help students develop a love of reading.
Teens, teacher, and doctor weigh in about the good and the bad of cell phone use.
Students from various West Michigan schools worked together to collect water for the residents of Flint.
The Media Analysis class at Hudsonville High School teaches critical thinking.
A special thank you to Maranda partners who help make the West Michigan community a great place – Where You Live!
Women at the Mel Trotter Ministries Women’s Shelter were treated to a day of beauty and pampering.
A Georgetown Elementary class started a fundraiser to help a fellow student with Type 1 Diabetes.
Wall lists names of Coopersville High School alumni who have served in the military.
Careerline Tech Center brings students to West Michigan farms to learn about agriculture.
Careerline Tech Center will have teachers and businesses at open house to discuss career options.
Staff at Jamestown Elementary School in Hudsonville work for weeks getting ready for new students.
Tips for students heading back to the classroom
Ottawa County students solve real situations for area businesses in unique program.
More than 8,000 kids and families came to Kollen Park for an afternoon of free fun.