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Clare BOE takes 96 acres off market

By Pat Maurer Review Correspondent   The disposition of the school district’s 96 acres on the north side of the city was a topic of discussion at the Board of…

Farwell’s Hill named National Spanish Teacher of Year

By Erich T. Doerr The Farwell School Board was gathered together Monday night in Lake George to honor one of the district’s teachers and make several official decisions regarding union…

Harrison BOE extends officers’ terms to December

At their Monday night meeting, Harrison Community Schools’ Board of Education made quick work of the organizational meeting school districts have normally held in July.  Since, according to the State,…

MMCC Names President’s Scholarship Awardees

MMCC Names President’s Scholarship Awardees

Mid Michigan Community College has awarded its annual President’s Scholarships.  This prestigious scholarship is awarded to the student attending MMCC with the highest Grade Point Average from each in-district school.…

Clare BOE approves budget for coming year

Following a special budget hearing, a tentative budget using $856,278 of the Clare School District’s fund equity to cover expenses was approved at Monday’s Clare Board of Education meeting. The…

Ranck tells Harrison BOE fund balance to be $1.5 million

Monday night’s full agenda at the Harrison Board of Education meeting centered around items that needed to be finalized by the June 30th end of the school year. Business Manager…

State budget adds $120 more for RESD students

Clare and Gladwin area schools will be among the lowest funded schools across Michigan to get additional state funding next year. Each of the lowest funded districts across the State…

Technology upgrade approved for Clare High School

Following a technology report at the Clare Board of Education meeting Monday, the board approved 7-0 a $40,251 project to install wireless technology at the High School. The project will…

Farwell BOE extends contract of all administrators

Farwell’s Board of Education voted to extend the contracts of all their administrators for a period of one year at their regular Monday night meeting.  Superintendent Carl Seiter had high…

Harrison bus driver tells Board, dress, cell phone policies need to be enforced

With nearly half of their members absent, Harrison Community Schools’ Board of Education was barely able to reach a quorum at Monday’s meeting.  The officers – Treasurer Floyd Dennis, Secretary…