Month: September 2021

The Learning Report – September 2021

Minnie M. excelled at our school and was involved in almost every activity offered. She loved SLAM Poetry, often volunteered at community events and was always willing to talk with other students about our school.

Written by on September 30, 2021

Instead of Suspending Students, Let’s Understand Them Better

While student suspensions have decreased slightly in recent years, there still are too many kids losing valuable school days. Students are suspended in Ohio and Michigan at rates higher than the national average, and minorities, low-income students and those experiencing homelessness are suspended more than their peers. Suspensions can have a negative impact on student […]

Written by on September 17, 2021

Reduce College Costs with High School Dual Enrollment

With college tuition continuing to escalate and student loan debt at an all-time high, parents are looking for help. September is College Savings Month, created to remind parents about the importance of saving for college and to help them take advantage of the various tax breaks and options to start a college fund. Currently only […]

Written by on September 17, 2021

Recent Grad Now Motivating Current Students

Minnie M. excelled at our school and was involved in almost every activity offered. She loved SLAM Poetry, often volunteered at community events and was always willing to talk with other students about our school. “She won almost every type of award, from academic to resiliency awards, and her entire family would come to the […]

Written by on September 17, 2021