Female KCTC students receive 2016 Breaking Traditions Awards for entering fields dominated by males.
MiCareerQuest introduces high school students to hundreds of careers in high-demand fields.
Kent Career Technical Center prepares students for careers in high tech industries.
Hundreds of families came to learn and play at the Early Childhood Resource Fair.
Resources for West Michigan parents to decide what child care type is the best for their child.
Dozens of childcare providers, preschools, and family services will all be under one roof.
Two Rockford High School students are speaking candidly about their struggles with stress and depression.
Parents and advocates take action to help students learn how to manage stress.
School News Network is helping shed light on mental health issues among young people.
West Michigan Chess Tournament encourages students to build new skills through chess.
Forest Hills students participate in “Spread the Word to End the Word” Campaign.
KCTC auto students got the chance to see behind the scenes at monster truck show.
Parent Cafes connect kids, parents, and educators at Grandville schools.
Learn about more than 20 programs offered through the Kent Career Tech Center.
Community members get a crash course in Michigan’s new M-STEP and SAT tests.
After a random act of violence, parents want to know what’s being done to keep children safe.
Job shadowing allows Kent ISD students to learn about different career paths.
The Zondervan family credits Caledonia’s special education staff for helping their son succeed in school.
A special thank you to Maranda partners who help make the West Michigan community a great place – Where You Live!