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Districts’ Collaborative Approach Yields 35 Years of…

May 12th 2019

Districts’ Collaborative Approach Yields 35 Years of Student Success at CASA (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 12, 2019) Oak Park, MI – A model of shared services and focused learning, the Center for Advanced Studies and the Arts in Oak Park has been helping students from multiple school districts connect, grow, and succeed for 35 years.  […]

After Nine Years as Superintendent of Bloomfield Hills Schools, Dr. Glass is Saying Goodbye

April 24th 2019

After Nine Years as Superintendent of Bloomfield Hills Schools, Dr. Glass is Saying Goodbye (Bloomfield Hills Schools, April 24, 2019) Bloomfield Hills, MI- Bloomfield Hills Schools Superintendent, Dr. Rob Glass, announced to his staff and community today that this will be his last school year in Bloomfield Hills Schools, as he will be relocating to […]

As State Considers Allowing More Foster Kids, Rose Township Resists

April 22nd 2019

As State Considers Allowing More Foster Kids, Rose Township Resists (Crystal A. Proxmire, April 21, 2019) Rose Township, MI – “Here’s the thing,” said State Representative Mike Mueller as he sat before about 80 Rose Township residents at a town hall April 15 regarding House Bill 4095, which he co-sponsored.  The bill would allow people […]

Ferndale Proves that “Libraries Rock” with Resources, Events, and More

April 2nd 2019

Ferndale Proves that “Libraries Rock” with Resources, Events, and More (Ferndale Area District Library, April 2, 2019) Check out our “Get Involved Guide” for more stories about local organizations. Thank you to Bosco Lounge for sponsoring this series.  Want to contribute a write up of a group you care about?  Message editor@oc115.com with your idea. […]

As Ferndale Contemplates Baker College’s “Community Fit,” Owosso Serves as Example

March 10th 2019

As Ferndale Contemplates Baker College’s “Community Fit,” Owosso Serves as Example (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2019) Ferndale, Owosso, MI- As the City of Ferndale and Baker College continue with negotiations for constructing a campus in Downtown Ferndale, one of the key questions – and points of debate – is whether or not the college […]

Parenting the Love and Logic Way Presentation in Ferndale March 19

February 16th 2019

Parenting the Love and Logic Way Presentation in Ferndale March 19 (event page) Ferndale, MI-  Please join us for a free parenting workshop that combines education, parent support and group discussion on parenting with love and logic. Learn ways to establish effective control with children of any age. FACILITATED BY: Anne Alden Anne Alden is […]

A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday

February 1st 2019

A FAB way to help fill the gap for Ferndale Schools Fine Arts, Drawing Saturday (Amy Butters, Ferndale Schools parent and FAB member, Feb. 1, 2019) Ferndale, MI- When I was in college, my mom used to randomly send me a little money. I had a small income from my campus job, but she just […]

Madison High School Courtyard Goats Give Lessons in…

January 12th 2019

Madison High School Courtyard Goats Give Lessons in Garbage-Eating, Giving Birth (Lara Mossa, Jan. 12, 2019) MADISON HEIGHTS – The white short-haired goat came to the window and nibbled on the banana peel. George Barndollar stroked her furry head while he fed her. This is not an unusual sight for students at Madison High School. […]

2018 Candidate Interview: Danielle Ruskin for Novi School Board 2 Yr. Term

October 12th 2018

2018 Candidate Interview: Danielle Ruskin for Novi School Board 2 Yr. Term (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 12, 2018) Novi, MI – Danielle Ruskin is running for a two year partial term for Novi School Board. There is one seat available, with three candidates running. Candidates are George Kortlandt, Danielle Ruskin, and Tracey L. Stevenson. This […]

On the Ballot: Lake Orion Schools Asking for School Improvement Bond

October 12th 2018

On the Ballot: Lake Orion Schools Asking for School Improvement Bond Lake Orion, MI- Lake Orion Community Schools County of Oakland State of Michigan School Improvement Bond Proposition Shall the Lake Orion Community Schools, County of Oakland, State of Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed One Hundred Sixty Million  Dollars ($160,000,000) and issue […]