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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - The cast of the Mendon/Centreville Drama Club production of “The Trail to Oregon” gather for a cast picture during rehearsal Monday. Pictured in the front row (left to right) are Anna Sanford, Sam Heflin, and Madison Hessling. Pictured in the back row (left to right) are Zabrina Zetty, Zoey Carnes, Ean Bingaman, Skyler Steinberger, Megan Peet, Alexa Jackson and Aubriana Jackson.
MENDON — Students from Mendon High School and Centreville High School are preparing to take to the stage this weekend for their annual musical production, one based on a classic 1980s computer game. “The Trail to Oregon: The Musical”, a parody musical based on The Oregon Trail computer game, will...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers High School Band Director Cheryl Thomas has been selected to fill a vacancy on the Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association’s  (MSBOA) Executive Cabinet. “The MSOBA called me about an opening after one of the members serving on the cabinet moved out of the state...
CENTREVILLE — The hiring of five new staff members and a tour of the construction site highlighted Monday’s meeting of the Centreville Board of Education. Andreya Moore, Jon Eicher, Lori Marshall, Leigh Fryling were all unanimously approved by the board to fill several positions within the district...
THREE RIVERS — With the 2020-21 school year in the rearview mirror and the 2021-22 school year beginning in a month and a half, Three Rivers Community Schools officials provided TRCS Board of Education members an update on the progress of the district’s strategic plan during their meeting Monday....
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Glen Oaks Community College President Dr. David Devier presents on the state of the college during the GOCC Board of Trustees board meeting and retreat Thursday.
CENTREVILLE — During a board retreat at the school’s Dresser Business Development Auditorium Thursday, the Glen Oaks Community College Board of Trustees, as well as some visitors and administrators, heard a presentation from President Dr. David Devier on the state of the college. In addition,...
CENTREVILLE — Following a public hearing during their meeting Monday, the Centreville Board of Education approved their general fund budget for the 2021-22 school year. The budget, approved unanimously by board members, projects $8,859,601 in revenues and $9,046,249 in expenditures in the upcoming...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Former Sturgis Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Julie Evans (left) and former Constantine Public Schools Superintendent Chuck Frisbie (right) present on the new St. Joseph County CTE Teacher Academy program they will be teaching starting this upcoming academic year during Monday’s St. Joseph County ISD board meeting.
CENTREVILLE — St. Joseph County Intermediate School District Board of Education members learned more about a new Career and Technical Education program in the county during their meeting Monday. The CTE Teacher Academy is one of the two newest courses in the county’s CTE program, designed to help...
THREE RIVERS — Three Rivers Community Schools students saw mixed results when it came to benchmark testing in spring, according to a report presented to the TRCS Board of Education Monday. The district’s end-of-year progress report for benchmark testing saw overall improvement in elementary school...
CENTREVILLE — The budgets for the 2021-22 school year were presented for the first time to members of the Centreville Public Schools Board of Education during their meeting Monday. No action was taken on the budgets during the meeting, however the board is scheduled to take a vote on the proposed...
Photo provided - A group of retiring teachers from TRCS were honored during Monday’s TRCS Board of Education meeting. Pictured from left to right are Superintendent Ron Moag, Park Elementary parapro Pam Lusk, Park Elementary kindergarten teacher Amy Tomlinson, Andrews Elementary fifth grade teacher Cindy Evans, Andrews Elementary media center parapro Cathy Luttrell, Andrews and Norton Elementary music teacher Gina Garcia, Board of Education President Erin Nowak and TRHS Language Arts teacher Teresa Smola.
THREE RIVERS — The Three Rivers Community Schools Board of Education honored several retiring teachers during its work session Monday. The teachers honored at the meeting were Andrews Elementary fifth grade teacher Cindy Evans, Andrews and Norton Elementary music teacher Gina Garcia, Park...

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