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TRMS named grant recipient

Three Rivers Middle School has been selected as one of four partners in the Promoting Adolescent Reading Model Demonstration Project, a program offered through the Michigan Integrated Behavior and Learning Support Initiative. Funded through the U.S. Department of Education, the grant focuses on improving reading outcomes for adolescent students, according to Three Rivers superintendent Jean Logan. The four-year project is …

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Sturgis principal recognized

Nicole Airgood, principal of Sturgis’ Eastwood Elementary School, has been named the 2015 Outstanding Practicing Principal by the Michigan Elementary and Middle School Principals Association. Presented to only one recipient per year, the Outstanding Practicing Principal Award recognizes principals who have exhibited extraordinary leadership, commitment to their students and faculty, service to their communities and contributions to the profession. The …

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Plan continues for Glen Oaks dorms

Glen Oaks Community College is another step closer to getting dormitories. Members of the board of trustees voted last week to allow the company Student Suites to move forward with a fully developed plan for dormitories at the college. The vote followed a presentation by Dick Davis and Kimberly Christianson of Missouri-based Student Suites. Davis and Christianson shared details about …

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Several concerns expressed to school board

Concerns ranging from an ongoing recall process to police presence at school were expressed by audience members who addressed the Three Rivers board of education at its meeting earlier this week. During the public-comment portion of Monday’s session, TR Cares leader Sherrie Nowicki raised the issue of an appeal filed Nov. 30 by a trio of board members targeted for …

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School board considers cost to pursue millage request

Members of the Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education may have to do some additional budgeting if one or a pair of election-related matters winds up before voters early next year. Superintendent Jean Logan during Monday’s board meeting said if the board decides to pursue a millage request in March, the special election will cost the district about $2,000. …

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Logan deemed effective

Three Rivers Community Schools Superintendent Jean Logan was given a rating of “effective” for the 2014-15 academic year. The district’s second-year superintendent was acknowledged for her progressive efforts that include a positive attitude, focus on student achievement, listening skills and self-improvement as a leader. Members of the district’s board of education discussed the evaluation Monday. According to a summary of …

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