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Public or Private? Pontiac Parents Invited to Discuss School Options Aug. 26

August 21st 2017

Public or Private? Pontiac Parents Invited to Discuss School Options Aug. 26 (Pontiac School Board Trustee Mike McGuinness) Pontiac, MI – What are your child’s rights as a student and yours as a parent in public and charter schools? What’s the difference between charter and public schools? Come learn more and get school and community […]

Ferndale Library to Host Series on Parent/Teacher Enrichment Sept. 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 15

August 24th 2016

Ferndale Library to Host   Series on Parent/Teacher Enrichment Sept. 6, Oct. 4, Nov. 15 (Event Page) FERNDALE, Mich. (Aug 23, 2016)– Proactive collaboration between parents and school faculty can be crucial to assisting a child’s development. The Ferndale Library will begin hosting a three-part series on Parent/Teacher enrichment on Tues., Sep. 6, starting at […]

Clawson: Amy Carpenter Takes Over as Principal of Kenwood

July 20th 2016

Clawson: Amy Carpenter Takes Over as Principal of Kenwood (Clawson Schools, July 20, 2016) CLAWSON, MI. – Clawson Public Schools announced the appointment of Amy Carpenter as Principal of Kenwood Elementary School. She replaces Dr. Ken Schofield who has accepted a position as an elementary principal in the Wayne Westland School District. Mrs. Carpenter began […]

Devoted Teacher Bess Hysni Passes Away

November 12th 2012

She went on to have a remarkable teaching career at Ferndale High School that spanned 48 years. She is truly a teaching legacy at that school. She was the former head of the National Honor Society and former member of the Rotary Club.

Former Ferndale Teacher Passes Away

July 20th 2012

Al taught at Ferndale Public Schools for over 40 years until his retirement in 2008 and had attended the First Presbyterian Church of Tecumseh. In his youth, he was involved with the Boy Scouts and 4H then in college Al was a member of the fencing team and the Tri Beta Science Honorary.

Former Hazel Park Teacher Dies in Car-Bike Crash

July 10th 2012

A beloved retired Hazel Park High school teacher was struck by a car while riding his bike in Burns Township, and did not survive. 62-year-old Clyde Baker, who often went by CJ, had revved up his interest in both bicycle riding and country singing since taking early retirement from Hazel Park High School in 2003.