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.
The OAISD Future Prep program teams students with businesses to learn real-world experiences and have fun creating new ice cream recipes.
Kids and families are invited for free entertainment, food, and prizes.
Ottawa County area schools have unique programs to avoid the “summer slide.”
Rosewood Elementary School in Jenison has program to keep students reading during summer months.
The summer preschool program at OAISD provides a full year’s worth of preschool within the summer months.
Students created videos to inform public about Holland Community Energy Plan.
Students at Pioneer Tech used spoken word and music software to complete projects on perseverance.
Educators from the Ottawa Area Intermediate School District break down the basics of parent-teacher conferences.
Three students from Ottawa County Careerline Tech Center were selected as NAIAS poster contest winners.
Students at Creekside Middle School are refurbishing tables to sell to raise money for needy families.
White Pines students are helping gather and sort food for donation boxes.
The West Michigan Academy of Arts and Academics empowers students to go above and beyond.
A partnership between the OAISD and the Van Andel Education Institute is transforming the way area educators teach science.