Kentwood schools help empower students for careers in science, technology, engineering, and math.
Comstock Park students spent October focusing on National Bullying Prevention Month.
Governor Rick Snyder visited Kent Career Tech Center.
West Michigan students attended event screening the anti-bullying film “A Girl Like Her.”
Michigan’s OK2SAY lets students anonymously report problems such as threatening behavior or bullying.
Educators are raising awareness about student stress and its effects on mental health.
The playhouses will be donated to preschools after the Byron Center homecoming parade.
MySchool@Kent allows high school students to complete their education in a non-traditional setting.
The Kent ISD superintendent has tips to have a successful school year.
Free preschool is available for many families in the Kent Intermediate School District.
Experts weigh in on how to navigate the real estate market and how to prepare your family to move.
Summer Migrant Education Program focuses on keeping children of migrants on track in school.
See some of the hard work it takes to store thousands of bottles of water for Maranda Park Parties.
Family of eight finds peace in Cedar Springs after fleeing civil war in Somalia.
Godfrey-Lee students started book drive to help inmates in Ionia prison.
Aliya Armstrong’s job is to keep homeless Kentwood students in school.