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April 8, 2020

The Story of Johnny Appleseed

Johnny Appleseed’s real name was John Chapman, born on September 26,1774 near Leominster, Massachusetts.  Littl...

April 7, 2020


Jellyfish are also known as jellies!  The English term, jellyfish, was first used in 1796,   Even though they are called jellyfish,...

April 7, 2020


The rabbit is characterized by its long ears, long legs, large hind feet and a short bushy tail.  Don’t get rabbits confused with ha...

April 4, 2020

The Sun

The Sun is the source of energy for the Solar System, which makes life possible on Earth. All the objects in the Solar System revolve...

April 3, 2020

Have Fun Playing Kickball!

Kickball has been a fun game to play for many years!  It can be played most anywhere!  All you need is a playgroun...

April 2, 2020

Welcome April 2020!

The 4th month of the year brings us April Fools’ Day, Earth Day, and the chance for some rain. 

According to early Roman...

April 1, 2020

Creating Sculpture with Carving!

People have been carving objects out of wood, stone, elephant tusks, and sea shells since the beginning of t...

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March 18, 2020

NCCS News 

Students and several grandparents from New Covenant Christian School met during December to construct bird feeders! Real wood, real nails and real hammers! Students used Math, Physics, Science and Cooperative Learning to complete the task.  We took our time a...

March 10, 2020

Motor Moms

Holy Spirit Catholic Church and School celebrated an eventful Catholic Schools Week (January 26 - February 1st).  Students were happy to step in as greeters, ushers, lecturers, altar servers and sing in the choir at Sunday’s all school Mass. We came together...

March 3, 2020

A Little History about Robert Smalls

By: Aqsa Khalil, 5th grade

Robert Smalls was born on April 5, 1839 in Beaufort, South Carolina. He was born a slave, and he was owned by a man named Henry McKee. Henry was fond of Robert and treated him well. One day, he decided tha...

February 20, 2020


Mrs. Cloudman’s fifth grade students embraced the aspect of giving this holiday season. They continued to carry on the long-time tradition of helping our furry friends who are housed at the Ingham County Animal Control in Mason, Michigan.  Students...

February 18, 2020


Our wonderful K-4 students had a great time with the Spanish puppet presentation that our also wonderful 9th grade students presented.  The 9th Graders made their own puppets and introduced some Spanish words in their stories. It was fun! 

Learning anothe...

February 15, 2020


Candy Canes for a Cause 

The Herbison Woods Elementary School student government hosted a fundraiser, Candy Canes for a Cause, to raise money to donate to Potter Park Zoo to help support the BIG Zoo Lessons.  Candy canes could be purchased and deli...

February 13, 2020

Fourth graders at St. Mary Catholic School recently completed their book reports and presented them to their peers. Students picked from a selection of books to read. Students could choose from a variety of books like fiction, non-fiction, adventure, etc.  After readi...

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February 29, 2020


Happy Leap Day!  Today (Feb. 29) marks a rare event in the calendar — an extra day that occurs each "Leap Year" to keep our calendar in check.  Leap days happen every four years (with a few exceptions) and adds an extra day to the short month of Feb...

January 1, 2020