Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Affiliated Sites | All Access E-Edition | Home RSS
 
 
 
Federal food program now available for adult care providers

July 31, 2013 LANSING — The Michigan Department of Education’s Child and Adult Care Food Program is now offering participation in the adult component of the progra. more »»

Show prep

July 24, 2013 MARQUETTE — With the Marquette County Fair fast approaching, many kids involved in Marquette County 4-H are getting ready for show day. more »»

Find answers when kids ask questions

July 24, 2013 So many questions! How does the sun work? Where do stars go in the daytime? How come you can hear me? Can people disagree and still be friends? There is a place you can go to find answers to these... more »»

L’Anse names new board member

July 24, 2013 L’ANSE — Carrie Meyer is the new superintendent and Melissa Scroggs is the new Junior/Senior High School principal at L’Anse Area Schools, as of July 1, and now the district’s Board of Education wil... more »»

Tech for cars to communicate urged

July 24, 2013 WASHINGTON — The government should set performance standards for new safety technology that allows cars and trucks to talk to each other and then require the technology be installed in all new... more »»

School district services consolidation

July 17, 2013 MARQUETTE — Reaction is mixed among local educators over a proposal by state education Superintendent Mike Flanagan to consolidate services among Michigan’s myriad school districts. more »»

Growing engineers in families

July 17, 2013 When children plan, build, and rebuild structures they develop math skills and learn to focus on solving problems needed all their lives. They learn to think like engineers. more »»

Lawmakers start hearings on Common Core standards

July 17, 2013 LANSING (AP) — Supporters of Michigan's 3-year-old decision to adopt new standards in reading and math say they're stricter and better prepare students for success in college and the workplace. more »»

HELPING HANDS

July 10, 2013 MARQUETTE — Department of Natural Resources parks in the area are getting a little sprucing up this summer, with the help of some special-needs students, the Marquette-Alger Regional Educational... more »»

Growing readers in the family

July 10, 2013 There are many ways adults can set the stage for skill development, motivation, and love of reading. more »»

Charter school students learning more, study finds

July 3, 2013 By ABBEY HAUSWIRTH Journal Staff Writer and CELESTE BOTT Special to the Journal LANSING — An average Michigan charter school student will learn more in a year than his or her public school peer,... more »»

Tips for summer math fun

July 3, 2013 Families can teach young children that math is useful, everywhere, interesting, and fun. They can also help school age children progress rather than slide back during vacation. more »»

History conference held at MTU

July 3, 2013 HOUGHTON — Phil Smith has been to nine consecutive Upper Peninsula History Conferences, and he learns something new at each one. more »»

Special ice maker helps support NMU research

June 26, 2013 MARQUETTE — Students enrolled in Northern Michigan University’s Clinical Laboratory Sciences program are learning skills that are in high demand, and will only grow more-so as the health care... more »»

Good tips for summer reading

June 26, 2013 Summer is a difficult time to have regular family routines. However, including reading every day can help children stay on track with their language and reading skill. more »»

Houghton school principal to retire

June 26, 2013 HOUGHTON — Retiring Houghton Middle School Principal Jim Luoma thanked staff and students at his final board meeting Monday. more »»

Escanaba school board adopts budget

June 26, 2013 ESCANABA — The Escanaba School Board adopted the district’s budget for the fiscal year 2013-14. The action was taken at a budget hearing and meeting held Monday. more »»

Nuture love of science at home

June 19, 2013 Children who love science, engineering, and math rarely just pop out of nowhere. more »»

Dig into reading

June 19, 2013 MARQUETTE — A summer program hosted by the libraries throughout the region is aiming to keep area students with their noses in books, at least for part of their summer vacatio. more »»

 
 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web