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COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Juanita Miller, the community education director for Centreville Public Schools, will be retiring at the end of the 2019-20 school year after more than 30 years with the school district. Miller oversaw many education programs in her time with Centreville.
Published Feb. 1, 2020   CENTREVILLE — When the retirement letter for longtime Centreville Public Schools Community Education Director Juanita Miller came up on Monday’s CPS Board of Education agenda, the board jokingly tried to skip past it at first. Once the letter was brought up, there was a bit...
COMMERCIAL-NEWS | ROBERT TOMLINSON - Centreville Public Schools Business Manager Phillip Heasley discusses proposed budget amendments to the district’s general fund during the CPS Board of Education meeting Monday.
Published Jan. 29, 2020   CENTREVILLE — The Centreville Public Schools Board of Education passed several budget amendments during its regular meeting Monday, which included a $132,000 decrease in state revenue. The budget amendments were presented by CPS Business Manager Phillip Heasley, who gave a...
Three Rivers Community School’s annual Homecoming Parade made its way through downtown Three Rivers a little after 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 15 and ended at Armstrong Field. Commercial-News/Alek Frost
CENTREVILLE — On Friday, August 25, members of the community, Glen Oaks Community College staff, current students, alumni, and everyone who had a hand in the construction of the newly finished Devier Student Suites gathered at Glen Oaks Community College (GOCC) to celebrate housing’s completion....
CONSTANTINE — As the days of summer wind down, the back to school celebration begins. Although the parents might be the only ones celebrating, Constantine’s seventh annual Back to School Fair on Saturday, Aug. 19 prepared students for the big day, with school supplies and smiles. “It gets kids...
On Thursday, summer school at Andrews Elementary came to a close. Bob Brooks, coordinator of the summer school program, said the five-week program had 86 percent attendance and handed out 67 backpacks, donated by Meijer, to reward perfect and almost perfect (missed one day) attendance. Pictured: Ja...
Abigail Springer, daughter of Tom and Nancy Springer, has achieved one of the highest honors of achievement at TRHS. Springer is one of the 40 seniors who graduated this year with a GPA over 3.75, which gives her the title of Academic Elite. Outside of school, Springer likes to exercise (...
Cara Smith, one of the hardworking students at TRHS, has been granted the status of the Academic Elite. Smith will attend Michigan State University to study dentistry. She is drawn to the university because of their pre-dental program. “I am excited to start my future there,” she said. She is...
A four-day football camp for grades nine through 12 continued on Thursday, July 13 at the Three Rivers High School practice football fields. Pictured are the camp attendees testing their strengths by pushing a tackling sled.
Fourth quarter, 2016-2017 Sixth grade A-Team: Zoe Bryant, Zachary Carpenter, Gabrielle Charvat, Logann Chrisman, Caden Cottingham, Charolette Edwards, Kemeny Eickhoff, Violett Elkins, Andrew Fund, Zachary Gowan, Eduardo Hernandez-Medina, Aniesa Hughes, Samantha Lash, Abigail Lemacks, Ryan...

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