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School staff: The unsung heroes of the community

Every day teachers, secretaries, janitors and other school personnel go above and beyond their job description to support students and the community. These stories demonstrate the value school professionals provide students across the state. 


Q&A: Math instructor sets an example for community leadership through volunteering

J.B. Meeuwenberg has been a college success math instructor at Muskegon Community College for over eight years. But it was his time spent volunteering outside of school that got the community to take notice.


Mr. Langley goes to Washington

During his teaching career, Brian Langley challenged students to take ownership for their own education and learning, an approach that took him all the way to the White House.


Counseling secretary inspires students to help peers

At Grayling High School, a group of students and staff are making a difference every day by collecting food for a pantry in their own building – helping the students that need it most.


Nature and Environmental Education Center teaches students to become science strong

Sara Syswerda is on a mission to help students gain more of an interest in science by engaging students in hands-on discovery versus memorization and testing.
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Lansing School's first African American teacher honored

Nine women were inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame, and among them, the first African American to teach in the Lansing School District.


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