February 1-5, 2016: Celebrating Student Success Outside the Classroom Walls

Science Exploratory Class

Science Exploratory Class

Science Exploratory UTube Car Video Watch shot clips of our student made cars zoom down the hallway! Entire Video is under one minute!

Trash Can Drum Performance by Rooted Youth Group with RMS student Kaleb M. Check out one of our own RMS students in his trash can drum line performance! Bulldog PRIDE!

In Education one of the most rewarding parts is when we are able to see a student grow and mature in the classroom and beyond. The drum line video and the FFA blog post highlighted this week are two prime examples that recently happened at RPS. They are proud moments for students, their families, and the educational community that supports them in all activities. These are events to celebrate! Enjoy!

Monday 1:
11:30 am Lynch/Ike/Student Project Meeting

Tuesday 2:
8:00 am PLC Team Leadership Meeting RMS
6:30 pm RMS Parent Club Meeting Conference Room

Wednesday 3:
9:00 am Lynch RPS Admin Meeting
1:00-2:30pm  Lynch/Parent Meeting
3:00-4:30 pm Lynch Leads on LOTL Webinar

Thursday 4:
2:00 pm Lynch/REED Meeting

Friday 5:
7:30 am Lynch/Christensen @ MCC Math Counts

Technology and Good Reads:

MAISD Weekly NewsFlash  Did you know there’s an App for that! Check out the MAISD app at the weekly newsflash!

GVSU Offered PD Check out the PD offered at GVSU for Educators.

#LOTL16 Mark your calendars for Tuesday August 16, 2016 for Learning on the Lakeshore. A local technology conference hosted at Muskegon Community College. Always very organized and full of local talent and ideas! More information to come!

From the Farmer: 15 Signs You’re an FFA member A Great article by RPS student Sidney L. It is always such a pleasure to watch one of your former students grow up and be totally amazing! She happened to be one of my “garden girls” one Summer as well. Ravenna PRIDE at it’s finest here folks! Thank you to Melanie Block and her leadership and FFA program that has helped shape so many young Ravenna students into successful people! Go Dogs!

Top 15 Things Your Middle School Kid Wishes You Knew The power of social media. This was shared on Facebook via the Huffington Post and a great read for all parents who have middle school children. A great and interesting time for development and growth for children. A good read.

Six Apps to Help Parents and Teachers Communicate eSchool News showcases new apps for communication.

 

January 25-29, 2016 Second Semester

We welcomed Trista Stingle to RMS for this month’s PRIDE assembly speaker for staff and students. Her speech to the RMS staff and students involved finding what their purpose was in life. She asked the students to consider the following: *Why you do what you do?  *How do you want to impact others? *What is important?
She challenged the students to figure out “What is their WHY?” She challenged them to “get out of their comfort zone, and that magic happens outside of the comfort zone.”  She is most proud to say that the “teachers in Ravenna inspired me to be the best version of myself! They made such an impact that I chose education in the hopes that I might inspire others the way that teachers/coaches in Ravenna did for me!”

 

Coach Lynch and former player Trista Stingle take time for a selfie! Go Dogs

Coach Lynch and former player Trista Stingle take time for a selfie! Go Dogs

Trista Stingle

Trista Stingle RPS Grad Class of 1999. Currently teaching and coaching softball at Reeths Puffer. Home of the Rockets!

She showed this video while visiting our students. Students commented that they really enjoyed Trista, and loved the video. Check it out!Mindshift Motivational Video

Monday 25:
Semester Two Begins
9:00 am Lynch/Parent Meeting

Tuesday 26:
7:00 am IEP/Lynch
8:00 am Lynch Classroom Observation

Wednesday 27:
2:00 pm Brands/Lynch ISD Team Meeting

Thursday 28:
2:30 pm IEP/Lynch Meeting

Friday 29:

Technology Tips and Good Reads

3 Digital Tools To Keep Parents Up to Date

6 Tools to Teach Creativity Through Music eSchool News Innovation Weekly

Reactive Attachment Disorder | Oil and Water: The Attachment Disordered Child and School

Big Deal Media: K-12 Technology Maximizing Technology in the 21st Century Classroom

Nova Now: The time to innovate is now! Innovation in education is important towards meeting the ever-changing needs of students. This is why the Kent ISD has created NovaNow, a unique professional learning opportunity for elementary and secondary educators that focuses on innovations in education.

MAISD Weekly News Flash Super, special thanks to our AMAZING community for funding the Muskegon Area Promise! Check out the Press Conference in our featured video!

**Note**
Next Parent Club Meeting: Tuesday February 2, at 6:30 pm RMS conference Room

January 18-22, 2016: Semester End, Exams, MAP Tests

Student created volcano.

Students working together with volcano creations.

Students working together with volcano creations.

Guest Speaker Anthony Ianni and our RMS boys basketball teams.

Guest Speaker Anthony Ianni and our RMS boys basketball teams.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WZZM This is Home RMS Salute

A very busy week last week with Anthony Ianni giving a very inspirational speech to our RMS students. Our Town Salute on WZZM featured out students each morning. The boys basketball teams competed for a WMC title, our 8th graders finished with a 2nd place finish! Volcanoes erupted inside the school and out! Ask anyone about the ketchup malfunction/test. That one is one for the memory books for sure! Let’s just say it reached wall to wall, and a few ceiling tiles!

This week we prepare to end the first semester. Exams and MAP testing will take place. PRIDE assembly speaker will be RPS alumni Trista Stingle is now a successful teacher and softball coach at Reeths Puffer Schools in Muskegon.

Monday 18:
7:00 am IEP/Sly/Lynch

Tuesday 19:
6:45 am Staff/PLC Meeting
7:30 am Pride Assembly: Trista Stingle RPS Grad
1:30 pm Russell/Lynch Meeting

Wednesday 20:
1,2,3rd Hour Exams
9:00 am RET Lynch Admin Meeting

Thursday 21:
11:00 am 1/2 Day Dismissal Exams
4,5th Hour Exams

Friday 22:
11:00 am 1/2 Day Dismissal Exams
6,7th Hour Exams

Technology and Good Reads:
MAISD News Flash News and Notes from the MAISD

Muskegon Area Promise   The Muskegon Area Promise is a commitment to the young people of our community–that if they work hard they will be able to earn at least a two-year college degree tuition free.

Steve Spangler Science Teacher Camps

The Creative Educator Get Students Ready for Project-Based Learning Skill-building to promote a successful transition to project-based learning

Go Ski Michigan

SnoCountry.com

 

 

January 11-15, 2016: New Year & Educational Change

Educational change…. I share a article at the end of this post that gives great hope and a little sadness in my heart that some things in education have not changed in nearly 100 years.

Then and Now

Then and Now

Highlighted in this article, Mining A New Future in Kentucky, is the structure of the educational classroom from when we used to stoke the wood stove to logging on to an iPad today. Don’t get me wrong, we have made great progress in many areas of technology and how we teach children….but why stop when you just think you are good enough. Change is tough. Even just thinking about change is hard work. “We’ve always done it this way.” Teachers continue to be the Rock Stars of education throughout the ages. *Pretty sure there was not an administrator there stoking the stove.* However, administrators and strong leaders are needed in education more now than maybe ever before. They are the ones that give the freedom to the teachers to paint their walls orange and green if they want. If the teacher wants to run a STEM/Engineering/Parent night then the administrator should be there for support along the way, or at the very least step out of the way and let the teachers lead.  As I made my rounds this week back to school I saw students sitting in rows in desks just like 1915. At times this is just how it should be. I also saw a gang of students stomping on two liter bottles to launch rockets into the frigid air. We should see more collaboration, student led activities and out of the box thinking. A new year always brings about the conversation of making changes. Let 2016 and the future years to come be times that it is ok to try and fail. Get your hands dirty. Think creatively. Do what’s best for kids. Make changes.

Monday 11:
7:00 pm School Board Meeting
Tuesday 12:
8:00-3:00pm PLC Leadership Team Meeting
Wednesday 13:
9:00 am Lynch RPS Admin Meeting
1:00 pm Anthony Ianni Assembly to RMS students/staff

BE NICE Attire
Thursday 14:
6:45 am School Improvement Meeting
Friday 15:

A Look Ahead: Exams
Wednesday January 20
Thursday January 21: 1/2 day Dismissal at 11:00
Friday January 22: 1/2 day Dismissal at 11:00

Good Reads, Technology, Links and More:
Anthony Ianni: The Relentless Tour is coming to RMS on Wednesday, check our his website. Here is Anthony’s Biography information Ianni Bio We are honored to have him coming to RMS. Thank you to the Celebrate Ravenna Schools Group for sponsoring this assembly for our students.

Mining a New Future in Kentucky Great read about how one son of a coal miner decided the best way to make a difference in his hometown was to become a teacher. Check out the photos of a typical classroom from 100 years ago and today. Warning: It may make you sad… those desks in rows.

Gates Education on Twitter. In the U.S., the Gates Foundation seeks to ensure that all students graduate from high school prepared to complete a degree with value in the workplace.

MAISD Weekly Newsflash Interactive Read Aloud Night

6 Resolutions Every Family with Tweens and Teens Should Make in 2016 | Common Sense Media As we kick off a new year, this a a great read for anyone who is in education or raising children in the digital age.

December 14-18, 2015: Love Connection, Band Concert, Memories

RMS students help community members load for Love Connection.

RMS students help community members load for Love Connection.

This week at RMS we had the opportunity to partner with the community for Love Connection Collection. There are so many people that are involved in many aspects of this program, and we are grateful to be a small part. Thank you to Mrs. Christensen for her part with student council. Ravenna is a great community to raise children, lend a hand, work hard, and build  memories. In the words of John Swanson, “Ravenna people are doers.” That not only rings true around the holiday season, but all year long.
On Monday night at 7:00 pm the Band will hold it’s annual holiday concert with Ms. Slater coordinating and conducting our music program. I had the opportunity to see the 6th grade band in action practicing this week. Always great to see the progress students make in this program from middle school to high school. Click here to see the Utube videos of my visit. 6th Grade #1 Band Video  6th Grade Band #2 Video

This week coming up will be a BUSY, FUN week at RMS. As we have our last days before the holiday we have a special guest for our PRIDE Assembly on Tuesday morning. Edgar Santoyo will be joining us. A 2010 graduate of RPS his focus of his talk will be to BOLD. He won a scholarship to attend the BOLD class and has attained his real estate license. Currently he is a real estate agent in the West Michigan area. In high school Edgar was a standout athlete. During his senior year Summer suffered a tragic car accident that he had to battle back from to play football. He was able to recover to play in the playoffs that year and was focus of media at the time. Here is a video of his story of that event while in HS at Ravenna. Inspirational Football Video: Edgar Santoyo

Wednesday our 6th graders will travel to the Muskegon Waste Water and Fred Meijer Gardens. RPS grad Josh Guiles filmed this video of Sullivan Township and the Waste Water with his drone video camera. Check it out: 

The  7/8th graders will visit the HS on Thursday for a Be Nice Assembly with Eric Hipple, former Detroit Lions player will tell his experience and hope, regarding mental health and depression.
Special thank you to Mrs. Jawor and Mrs. Erffmeyer for coordinating fundraising efforts and the Bull Ride on Tuesday for students who have earned enough sales to try and ride for 8 seconds!
Have a great, safe week leading into the Holiday Break! School resumes on Monday January 4, 2016. 

Monday 14:
7:00 am IEP/Lynch Sly
4:00 pm Boys Bball @ Hart
6:30 pm School Board Meeting @HS
7:00 pm Band Concert @ HS

Tuesday 15:
6:45 am Staff/PLC Meeting
7:40 Student PRIDE Assembly: Speaker Edgar Santoyo
11:30-12:30 Bull Ride Fundraiser

Wednesday 16:
7:00 am IEP: Lynch Sly
7:50 6th Grade Field Trip to Wastewater/FMG
4:00 pm Boys Ball Home Vs. Montague

Thursday 17:
1:00 pm BE NICE assembly for 7/8th grades @ HS

Friday 18:
1:55 pm RMS Holiday Assembly

Tech Connections:
MAISD Weekly Notes News and updates from the MAISD.

Challenge Based Learning  is an engaging multidisciplinary approach to teaching and learning that encourages learners to leverage the technology they use in their daily lives to solve real-world problems. Challenge Based Learning is collaborative and hands-on, asking students to work with peers, teachers, and experts in their communities and around the world to ask good questions, develop deep subject area knowledge, identify and solve challenges, take action, and share their experience.

Holiday Actvities: Here are some great projects to keep your children tech-involved over the holidays. They take lots of critical thinking, problem-solving, and are worth the effort! Let me know how these go:

December 7-11, 2015: Classroom Visits

We had a great time stacking the cups and using teamwork!

We had a great time stacking the cups and using teamwork!

The ‘Jose Selfie’, represents super hard work, teamwork, some sweat, laughs, and using four strings tied to one rubber band to stack all those cups! Thanks Mr. Ike for the challenge!

Wonderful week at RMS spent in over seven classrooms visiting what our staff and students do each day. They seem to pack so much into each day it amazes me. Classroom Visits Click here to see a day in the life of RMS staff and students in just a few classrooms. Thanks for all you do staff and keep up the hard work students!

 

Monday 7:
8:00 am Lynch Parent Meeting
Boys BBall @ MCC

Tuesday 8:

Wednesday 9:
9:00 am RPS Admin Meeting:Lynch
12:00 pm MAISD Principal Meeting: Lynch
2:00 pm ISD/SI Meeting: Lynch/Brands
4:00 pm Boys BBall H vs. Montague

Thursday 10:

Friday 11:
All Day: Intervention Team Meeting
3:00-5:00 pm 5/6th Activity Night
5:00-7:00 pm 7/8th Activity Night

 

November 30-December 4, 2015: Gratitude, Paper Mache & Basketball

Students creating paper mache animal heads.

Students creating paper mache animal heads.


Bulldog Madness 2015!

Bulldog Madness 2015!


Students write notes of gratitude about RMS.

Students write notes of gratitude about RMS.

I had the opportunity to teach nearly the entire 5th grade last hour of the day on Wednesday before break. As I thought of what I would teach them all the day before Thanksgiving it was a lesson on Gratitude. We talked about the definition as one students said, “my mom said it’s a mix of grateful and attitude.” I say that’s right on.  We watched the video 20 Things to Say More Often by Kid President. Overall the students really enjoy the staff at RMS, their friends and coming to school each day. Here are a few of the student written sticky notes:
*I’m grateful for all my friends, teachers for taking care of me.
*I’m grateful for being able to have fun with my friends and teachers while learning.
*I’m grateful for the stuff we use to help us learn.
*I’m grateful for friends to play with and help me.
*I’m grateful for being able to learn, the knowledge I need to know for graduation to the next grade level.
*I’m grateful for lunch.
*I’m grateful for spending time with my friends.
*I’m grateful for my amazing staff.
*I’m grateful for the friends that I met at school and they stick up for me.
*I’m grateful for ……….The Teachers.
*I’m grateful for lunch and gym and recess. (This would have been mine in 5th grade!)

I plan to put the notes around the school in the teacher’s lounge, and deliver a few to the 5th grade teaching team members. Thanks for all you do for our students each day, it is noticed by them and appreciated with these notes of gratitude. 

Each week brings wonderful teaching and learning opportunities at RMS. The 5th grade Art class lead by Mrs. Vandenburg always is a showcase with their large paper mach project. It always amazes me how much they can accomplish in a 55 minute class period. Super Work!
Bulldog Madness was a great success showcasing the Basketball program, scrimmages, three-point shooting contest.. (I considered it for a minute there!), Lightening contest, silent auction, and hot dog dinner. We may have to call it the T.Hazen show next year with all of his dunks he threw down in warm-ups! Nice Work! My favorite part is seeing the support that we have in our small community for all things related to the school, athletics and the needs of our children. It was a fun night which I hope starts a long standing tradition in the Ravenna Basketball Program. Thank you to Athletic Director Kyle Jawor, Coaches at all levels, organizers, T-Shirts sales people, parents and more! Without all of your teamwork this event would not have been possible.

Monday 30:
9:30 am  Lynch/Ortiz Meeting

Tuesday 1:
4:00 pm Boys Bball Home vs. Whitehall
6:30 pm Parent Club Meeting

Wednesday 2:

Thursday 3:
2:00 pm IEP Lynch
4:00 pm Boys Bball @ N. Muskegon

Friday 4:
8:00 am IEP Lynch
All Day PBIS Team Meeting @ ISD Lynch
3:00 pm Final PGP Due RMS Teachers
3:00 pm Staff Holiday Gathering

Technology, Good Reads and More:
You Won’t Want To Miss The Michigan Flip Teaching Conference | Kent ISD EdTech Blog

MAISD News Flash #12

How to Get Your Instagram Photos to Show Up on Twitter Ever wish your Instagram photos would show up on Twitter instead of the link to Instagram? Here is a very easy way to do it. I LOVE the IF Then “recipe” app to make this happen. It has many other uses!

IF App  Also here are some directions on how to set it up. How-to-Geek, Click here to set up directions on how to make “recipes” to have your cell phone set up posts for you when you do one direction. For example, If (I post to Instagram) Then (post it to Twitter too).

Tony Vincent’s New Favorite Gear Tech Guru highlights a lot of new, cool tech stuff.

 How Friendly Is Your Team? Why Employee Relationships Are Important for an Organization’s Success This is an interesting read in regard to team building, success and more.

November 23-25, 2015: Be Nice, Dr. Beechnau & First Snow

Kantola Be Nice

Mr. Kantola’s Be Nice video about when he was in High School and being nice.

Be Nice

Awesome job by our student council members, Mrs. Christensen and the Be Nice team this week at RMS. Impressive!

First Snow

First snow of the season. No matter how old you get… it’s always a wonderful sight to see the first snow of the year.

Dr. Nick Beechnau addresses the RMS students.

Dr. Nick Beechnau addresses the RMS students during the monthly PRIDE assembly.

Teachers teaching Teachers

Mrs. Hudson teaching the teachers….at 6:45AM!

Teachers Learning

Miss Ortiz Charts information with her team.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

November 22-25, 2015
What a busy week last week! The photos speak for themselves. While the RMS team met at 6:45am to work on PLC items, Dr. Nick Beechnau was our PRIDE assembly speaker. His message was one of not taking yourself too seriously, how important humor can be, and that not nice words can hurt as bad as cancer. Thanks Dr. Beechnau for coming in! Our Be Nice program kicked off this week with an assembly for staff and students with the student council and Mrs. Christensen leading the way. They teamed with Cat and her team from Be Nice. What a professional job our students did, and emotional as well. They were so well spoken, organized and the presentation was well timed and ran smoothly. Very emotion on the topic of caring, and treating others with kindness. Many students struggle at one time or another and we are here for all of them doing the best we can. In a survey it was listed that one of the favorite parts of their schooling at RMS is the caring staff and that they are there for them. In conjunction with a guest song writer that sang of losing his mother… many tear were being wiped away at the assembly by students and staff.
For me it was emotional for many reasons. Thinking of my students who have lost their mother recently. My own friend who got married this fall and her mother, taken by cancer, was not there at the end of the isle. Thinking of my own mother, our wonderful relationship, and how others do not have that in their life. Everyday we show up at school and try to be everything to the students we service, some need us more than others. That is emotional. It is exhausting. It is rewarding, and memorable. Simply stated, some days it makes you cry. Be Nice is a program to help everyday and on the extra tough days. Notice: Invite: Challenge: Empower

Happy Thanksgiving this week Thursday! Enjoy a day with plenty to eat, friends and family.

Monday 23:
7:00 am IEP Sly/Lynch
8:37 am (2nd hour) MiPHY Health Survey 7th Grade
10:00 am Parent Meeting/Lynch

Tuesday 24:
8:00 am 504 Meeting Update:Lynch
5:30-8:30 pm Bulldog Madness! Don’t miss this new event in Bulldog Country

Wednesday 25:
11:00 am 1/2 Day Dismissal

Technology and Websites to Visit:
Be Nice Check out their site, blog and social media sites! Good stuff.
Get Inspired By Everyday Teachers Doing Great Things | Edutopia Need some inspiration teachers? Check out some other teachers doing amazing things!
MAISD Newsflash #11 New Science Standards adopted, 4H Celebrate the Possibilities Event

Lots of Freebies Next!!
Free Technology for Teachers: Seven Steps for Creating Videos In Your Classroom
Free Technology for Teachers: 7 Tools for Creating Flowcharts, Mind Maps, and Diagrams
Free Technology for Teachers: How to Read Music – And Seven Other Lessons About Music
Free Technology for Teachers: How to Create Timelines With the RWT Timeline Creator

10 Ways to Flip a Kid and Turn Their Day Around

November 16-20, 2015: Rolling Thunder, Science Cookies, Technology

Lunchroom Talk. We were cracking talking old school on a banana.

Lunchroom Talk. We were cracking talking old school on a banana.

Mr. Thompson from Rolling Thunder addresses the 8th graders.

Mr. Thompson from Rolling Thunder addresses the 8th graders.

Science Cookies

Teamwork making cookies in Science Class. That was a big kitchen!

Thank you to all parents who were able to meet for Parent/Teacher Conferences. We appreciate the effort and the support you have for the students of RMS. We had the opportunity to bring in Al Thompson a member of Rolling Thunder this week to talk to our 8th graders about POW and MIA, our flag, traditions and more. He did a great job! Our students were very respectful and listened attentively! Such a proud moment. Here’s to a very busy week ahead! We will have a student led BE NICE assembly. They have been working so hard, I am excited to have them show off what they have been working on!
On Thursday, 6:30 pm at Ravenna Baptist Church in coordination with BE NICE and Mental Health Services, and public schools there will be a showing of the movie Hope Bridge: Where there is hope, there is life. It tackles the tough subject of Mental Health and Suicide Prevention. We are fortunate to be included with other local schools: Montague and Mona Shores to coordinate a showing all on the same day. Following the movie a panel discussion about mental health will be there along with professionals from the mental health field.  It is listed as suitable for ages 13 and up.

Special Showing in Ravenna this week.

Special Showing in Ravenna this week.

This Week:

Monday 16:
Tuesday 17:
6:45 am Staff PLC Meeting
7:30 am PRIDE Student Assembly: Nick Beechnau Speaker
9:30 am Lynch Speak to Career’s Class

Wednesday 18:
8:30 am Lynch @ Christensen Room
10:00 am Lynch 504 Meeting @ RMS
1:00 pm BE NICE Assembly
6th hour is 5/6th grades
7th hour is 7/8th grades
4:00 pm RMS Boys Bball @ Whitehall

Thursday 19:
6:45 am School Improvement Meeting
6:30 pm Hope Bridge Movie Showing at RB Church

Friday 20:
7:30 am PBIS Team at MAISD for Training
6:00 pm Norton Pines RMS Event

Upcoming Events:
Monday 23:
8:30 am 7th Grade MiPHY Survey

Tuesday 24:
5:30 pm Bulldog Madness
*Parent Club Meeting moved to December 1 @ 6:30

Wednesday 25:
Half Day: Dismiss at 11:00

Good Reading:

10 Unconventional Habits to Live Distraction-Less
A good read about not letting technology rule our daily routines, and habits of successful people.

November 9-13, 2015: Parent/Teacher Conferences and President Song

5th Grade Music Class sings President Song!

5th Grade Music Class sings President Song!

Click to hear our 5th Music President Song

Such a wonderful opportunity to walk our halls during 4th hour. I have started calling them the Boys and Girls Choir of RMS. They are very impressive! Music for 5th grade is new this year to RMS. They have been performing songs from many genres, tapping out rhythms, learning notes and more. Super work Ms. Slater and 5th grade music students!
Parent Teacher Conferences are this week. This is a great opportunity to talk face to face with teachers who spend all day with our students. Sometimes people say with all the technology, email, powerschool grading and fast paced lifestyles why do we still have conferences? Personal contact can never be replicated through an email, or looking at grades online. Come and see our beautiful facility and dedicated staff.
Rolling Thunder POW group will talk to our 8th graders this Thursday. Timing worked out great to bring in this group to talk during the same week as Veterans Day. They will talk about the following: American History, the American Flag, Define POW, Gift us a POW flag, Donate a youth book to our library, Our Government and POW status throughout history. I am honored to be able to be partners with them for our students.
Have a great week!
Reminder that the Book Fair is this week at RMS! Be sure to stop by and check it out!

Monday 9:
7:00pm School Board Meeting

Tuesday 10:
8:00 am-3:00pm PLC/Intervention Staff Team Meetings @ RMS
5:00-8:00pm Parent/ Teacher Conferences

Wednesday 11:
9:00 am Admin Meeting/Lynch
12:00-1:30pm MAISD Principal Meeting/Lynch
3:30-6:30pm Parent/Teacher Conferences

Thursday 12:
2:00pm Rolling Thunder POW Presentation to 8th Grade

Friday 13:

Web Connections:
10 Ways to Flip a Kid and Turn Their Day Around Thanks to CoolCatTeacher this one will work wonders and a good resource for parents as well.

MAISD Weekly News Flash #9

Read Early, Read Often with John VanLoon Video Mr. VanLoon does a great job with our local Muskegon County Reading Program! So many creative people in Muskegon County that have placed books in the hands of children.

Watch Muskegon  Live, Work, Play Grow! “We want people to know that Muskegon County is changing and that it has more to offer now than ever before. And we’re just getting started.”

The Big Lake on November 7, 2015

The Big Lake on November 7, 2015


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