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Hoppin Elementary engaged in D.E.A.R. time Friday, March 24 with the whole school taking 15 minutes to “Drop Everything And Read” as part of Reading Month. Pictured in Mary Butler’s third-grade class are #1, (from left) Adysen Holbrook, Ellie Roussin and Brenna Bowen; #2, Bowen Proxmire (left) and...
Howardsville Christian School held Science Fun Day for their junior high and high school students on Thursday, March 23. Groups of three or four students did projects and posterboards on topics from biology to physics to weather, then presented them first for a panel of judges and second for the...
Through the initiative of high school teacher Rob Collins, Centreville High School held a Senior Symposium this week where students were able to showcase and present their works from high school in front of family, friends, and staff as part of their English 12 evaluation. Twenty-four students...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Robotics Club recently participated in two competitions. The Michigan FIRST competition took place at Battle Creek Lakeview High School earlier this month. The team worked hard at practicing and refining construction and code; keeping their pit area neat and tidy; and...
Brendon Patmalnieks, a student at Constantine High School sits on a bench made out of pallets. Students in the wood shop class at Constantine Middle School made the bench. Wood shop teacher Dale Wentela said, “We tend to stack pallets to the side until somebody picks them up, either the trash truck...
Steven Dingess holds an octagon-shaped wooden box which also has a lid to fit, made recently by beginning students in the wood shop class at Constantine Middle School. Students learned the process of mitering a perfect octagon to make the box. Each length of wood must be cut to a 22.5-degree...
The regionals of St. Joseph County’s 4th Grade “Clue-Me-In” Competition were held at the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District in Centreville on Wednesday, March 22. The competition featured six teams: Centreville, Colon, Constantine, Mendon, Sturgis and White Pigeon. All photos:...
Hoppin Elementary second-grade teacher Janice Dennis reads “Enemy Pie” — the recipe for turning a best enemy into a best friend — to Brittany Bermingham’s fifth-graders during a teacher swap as part of March is Reading Month. During a 15-minute period, teachers were able to read their favorite...
The regionals of St. Joseph County’s 5th Grade “Clue-Me-In” competition were held at the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District in Centreville on Tuesday, March 21. The competition featured seven teams: Burr Oak, Centreville, Colon, Constantine, Mendon, Sturgis and White Pigeon. Sturgis...
CONSTANTINE — Twenty-two presenters described 19 professions at Career Day on Friday, March 17 at Constantine Middle School. Lt. Jason Therrien, an officer at the Constantine Police Department described his earlier career in the U.S. Army, and subsequent jobs serving as a police officer. “There...

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