High school students can explore careers and earn college credit through the Kent ISD’s Kent Career Tech Center.
Fellow students name brain cancer survivor Champlain “Champ” McCahill as East Grand Rapids Homecoming King.
Fifth graders at Southeast Kelloggsville Elementary learn science by baking cakes.
The First Tee of West Michigan uses golf to teach children life lessons.
Godwin Heights Schools launch Friends of Rachel clubs.
Schools have made big changes to make sure lunch offerings are fresh and healthy.
Local organization “In the Image” gives away 9,000 pairs of shoes.
A mural to unite children in East Grand Rapids and Haiti will have a prominent location for this month’s ArtPrize competition.
Northview Public Schools teacher organizes Blackout Pediatric Cancer fundraiser to help his son and other children with cancer.
Gregoria Nava spends the fall driving farm-to-farm to help register children in migrant camps for school.
Kids tell School News Network how little notes in their backpacks make a big difference.
Students and families now have more options for school than traditional classrooms.
Teachers weigh in on advice for students and parents as kids head back to school
Free preschool is now available for many children across the state of Michigan.
Local professionals teach middle school students how to tie a tie.
Julie VanderLaan of Byron Center Public Schools was named Digital Arts and Film Teacher of the Year.