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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Graduates of Centreville High School’s Class of 2020 throw their caps in the air during Sunday’s commencement ceremony, held at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds in Centreville.
CENTREVILLE — Sixty-five days after what would have been their original commencement ceremony, it is now official for the 77 students of Centreville High School’s Class of 2020. They have graduated. It became official during Sunday’s commencement ceremony, held at the St. Joseph County Fairgrounds...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Class of 2020 representative Brooklynn Haney smiles as she leads the graduates in the ceremonial turning of the tassels during Friday’s brief commencement ceremony in the student parking lot of Constantine High School.
CONSTANTINE — The 110 graduates of Constantine High School’s Class of 2020 were recognized for their accomplishments Friday night with both a parade through town and a special commencement ceremony. Constantine High School Principal Travis Walker said the events have been in the works since late...
CENTREVILLE — With the fall semester only weeks away, Glen Oaks Community College officials said in a press release Tuesday they shared its Preparedness Plan for Campus Reopening with students earlier this week via their college email. “The plan addresses guidelines and expectations for the main...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Pictured is Constantine High School on Tuesday. Constantine Public Schools’ Board of Education briefly discussed the school district’s reopening plan during their meeting Monday.
CONSTANTINE — Constantine Public Schools Superintendent James Wiseley gave a brief update on the district’s re-opening plan progress during Monday’s Constantine Board of Education meeting. Wiseley said they have been constantly working on the plan, as well as meeting with district superintendents “...
CENTREVILLE — Centreville Public Schools will look a little different when kids return to school Aug. 24. CPS Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer discussed the district’s back-to-school plan during the CPS Board of Education’s organizational meeting Monday, which lays out a few scenarios for what...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools curriculum and instruction director Nikki Nash gave the TRCS Board of Education an update on the district’s school re-opening plan during their meeting via teleconference Monday. The update comes as Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer released the state’s...
CENTREVILLE — A local pastor and former Community Mental Health recipient rights officer was approved Monday as the newest member of the St. Joseph County Intermediate School District Board of Education. Terry Cropper, a resident of the Centreville Public Schools district, was approved by unanimous...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools officials confirmed Monday that the Three Rivers High School graduation ceremony scheduled for July 9 will not go on as planned due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Three Rivers High School Principal Carrie Balk said during Monday’s TRCS Board of Education...
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education approved its final 2019-20 budget and its initial 2020-21 budget during their meeting via teleconference Monday. The final budget for the 2019-20 school year calls for revenues of $28,994,973 and expenditures of $28,910,470, which...
CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Public Schools Board of Education approved its final 2019-20 budgets and preliminary 2020-21 budgets during their meeting Monday. The approval came following a public hearing on the budget. Prefacing the presentation, CPS Business Manager Phillip Heasley said “no one...

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