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Earlier this week as part of March is Reading Month, Centreville Elementary held its “Longest Breakfast Table” event throughout the entire building. Paper lined the floor to serve as the table that students could color and decorate during the event.  The entire building ate breakfast together and...
As part of March is Reading Month, Centreville Elementary students participated in a Michigan postcard design contest. The following winners from each class were chosen by teachers: (front row from left) Makenzie Monson, Will Swanwick, Jordan Mostrom, (middle row) Colton Stark, Emerson Hackett,...
Norton Elementary students watch a short Pixar film, “For the Birds,” as part of a reteaching about respect — learning to respect themselves, others and property. The film showed smaller birds trying to rid themselves of the larger bird; when he falls, however, all the others are catapulted into...
Seventeen members of Centreville’s Youth In Government delegation spent time in Lansing from March 11-14, writing bills, debating bills, and learning the ins and outs of our government. Students were engaged in daily debates and many of Centreville's delegates spoke in the House and Senate Chambers...
Don Lockwood (Josh Uhl) sings “You Were Meant For Me” to Kathy Seldon (Alexis Wall) during Howardsville Christian School’s drama club’s presentation of “Singin’ in the Rain Jr.” Friday, March 17 at Howardsville Gospel Chapel. The musical tells the story of performers caught up in the transition...
Leaders of the Month for February at Andrews Elementary are as follows: (front row) Daisy Babcock, Emma O’Dell, Brayden Niemi, Camden Richards, Elijah Wadsworth, Meghan Taylor, Caiden Kissel, (middle row) Autumn Schroeder, Bianca Terry, Jake O’Dell, Takoda Farris, LaKotah Kellermeier, Parker...
Several students from Centreville High School are among those who have artwork featured at the county art show that opened Sunday at the Carnegie Center for the Arts in Three Rivers. The artwork will be on display through April 1. Front row, Hana Terayama, Seth Chiddister, Cierra Geigley; middle...
High school District Solo & Ensemble Division I and state qualifiers from the band: (from left) Katy Trattles, Kaitlin Ritchie, Ben Morgan, Abby Moore, Noah A. Miller, Emily Long, Chyna Grochoske, Skyler Graham, Emma Chamberlain, Autumn Bryant, Destiny Allstead, band director Bryan VanToll, (...
High school District Solo & Ensemble Division I and state qualifiers from the band: (from left) Katy Trattles, Kaitlin Ritchie, Ben Morgan, Abby Moore, Noah A. Miller, Emily Long, Chyna Grochoske, Skyler Graham, Emma Chamberlain, Autumn Bryant, Destiny Allstead, band director Bryan VanToll, (...
The Three Rivers High School quiz bowl team, which took first place in St. Joseph County: (from left) Samantha Veltrie, Kaitlin Ritchie, principal Carrie Balk, (not pictured) Martin Arums, Ryan Connelly, Joe Embil, Luke Hoxie, Hunter Kimble, Morgan Lounsbury, coach Natalie Ullrey.  

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