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CONSTANTINE — The Constantine school board voted at a Monday night meeting to allow participation in four years of high school marching band, or four seasons of sports to count for the PE credit. Currently a half-a-credit of PE is required for graduation. Constantine High School principal Travis...
THREE RIVERS — State Rep. Aaron Miller visited the Three Rivers Center of SUCCESS Virtual Learning Centers on Monday, Feb. 13, for a tour of their program that combines online learning with a brick and mortar building that students can visit as often as needed for one-on-one teaching assistance. “...
Junior Achievement of Southwest Michigan (JASWMI), which includes St. Joseph County, has been awarded two of Junior Achievement USA®’s highest honors: the 2015-16 Peak Performance Team Award and a 2015-16 Four Star Award. The Peak Performance Team award recognizes superior annual performance by a...
SCHOOLCRAFT — Twenty-five students from Three Rivers High School participated in the District Solo & Ensemble festival in Schoolcraft on Saturday, Feb. 11. This festival is an annual event that students can sign up to participate in solos, duets, trios, etc. and perform for an adjudicator who...
Norton Elementary behavior interventionist Amy Culver seeks to help third-graders understand how it feels to be bullied. During her presentation on Friday, Feb. 10, she explained the difference between those who were rude, mean and bullying. Rude is inconsiderate, thoughtless, unplanned behavior;...
Edwina (Illyanna Taylor, center) prepares to answer a letter during Three Rivers Middle School’s production of “Dear Edwina JR.,” the story of a plucky young lady who hosts a show where she gives advice. The cast performed a preview of the musical, which was presented Friday night and continues...
The Tooth Fairy and other personnel from Centreville Family Dentistry paid a visit to Centreville Elementary Friday, Feb. 3 for “Dental Day” as part of Children’s Dental Health Month — this year themed “Tap water is good for you.” They learned about healthy teeth and healthy food through fun...
CENTREVILLE — The Glen Oaks Community College Foundation is accepting scholarship applications from new and returning Glen Oaks students for the 2017-18 academic year. Through philanthropic efforts of the Foundation, charitable cash gifts have provided many students the opportunity of an education...
Norton Elementary first-graders Gage Rumsey, 7, and Marley Liebich, 6, play Family Feud during Celebration on Wednesday, Feb. 1 in Three Rivers, as art teacher and host Judson Stemaly looks on.  
THREE RIVERS — The Board of Education of Three Rivers Community Schools announces the sale of its $9,630,000 2017 refunding bonds. The bonds are being issued for the purpose of refunding the school district’s 2007 refunding bonds and to pay the costs of issuing the bonds. This refinancing reduces...

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