Monthly Archives: October 2014

City of Wyoming Will Host a Veterans Day Program

The City of Wyoming will hold its annual Veteran’s Day Ceremony on Tuesday, November 11 at 6:00 pm at the Veteran’s Memorial Garden (2380 DeHoop SW). Major John Keelean, a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, and current member of … Continue reading

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High School Diplomas to World War II, Korea, and Vietnam War Veterans

The Godfrey-Lee Board of Education recognizes the service provided to the country and the individual sacrifices made by veterans of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War eras. Since many of these veterans left high school in … Continue reading

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Letter to Parents Regarding School Attendance

I’m writing this as an appeal to all parents asking that you ensure your children are in school every day. Absences from the classroom add up and can impact your child in a negative way especially when it comes to … Continue reading

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Reminder to Registered Voters Who Reside within the Godfrey-Lee District

If you reside within the Godfrey-Lee district boundaries and are a registered voter, Tuesday, November 4 is a very important day. On that day, registered voters across Michigan and the United States will be taking part in the state general … Continue reading

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Foundation Allowance and Total State & Local Revenue

Because there’s an ongoing debate about whether schools are receiving more funding now than four years ago, I wanted to post both of these charts that show our funding since 1997. Both charts include inflation-adjusted figures (in red) so the … Continue reading

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Concerns about the Entrovirus-D68

For parents, students and staff concerned about the Entrovirus-D68, here is an article shared with us by the Kent County Health Department: What Parents and Schools Need to Know about Enterovirus D68 Enteroviruses are very common viruses. There are more than 100 … Continue reading

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Connected Educator Month (#CE14)

Yesterday was the kick-off of Connected Educator Month (#CE14).  I’m encouraging all of our staff throughout October to participate in a series of online events and conversations to promote professional learning communities and share best practices. You’ll find a list of events, … Continue reading

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