Memorial Junior High School
LANSING | The Lansing Elementary District 158 School Board recognized Memorial Junior High School at its May meeting for the school's artistic achievements and contributions to the community.
LANSING | The Dance for Disney Fundraiser was held recently at Memorial Jr. High School in Lansing to raise funds for Micah Steele and his family to take a trip to Disney World.
LANSING | Eleven year old Micah Steele was diagnosed with cancer when he was in first grade in Bridgett Anderson's class at Oak Glen School in Lansing.
LANSING | As part of the Lansing Roundball Classic tournament held at Memorial Junior High School in Lansing, a girl's hot shot competition was held. At half time of the championship game, a final competition was held.
LANSING | A Lansing area science fair was held on Feb. 23 that included students kindergarten through eighth grade at Memorial Junior High School.
LANSING | Behind nine points from Nicholas Brown and five points from tournament co-MVP Dajuan Pope, Oak Glen defeated Coolidge 20-9 in the championship game of the Lansing Roundball Classic fifth-grade boys basketball tournament on Feb. 22 at Memorial Junior High School.
LANSING | Police are asking for the public's help in locating a weapon discarded near a school after an armed home invasion there early Friday.
Each fall, the Memorial Junior High School band takes a tour of the grade schools in Lansing to help recruit for the following year. On Sept. 11, 2001, I was a seventh-grader and proud clarinet player in that band.
LANSING | English as a second language classes are no longer only for children in Lansing Elementary District 158.
LANSING | The main arteries and residential side streets are clear following last week's snowstorm.
LANSING | Students at Memorial Junior High School collected donations throughout sixth through eighth grades in efforts to sponsor 30 needy children from the Thornton Township Angel Tree for this holiday season, according to a report from the school.
Memorial Junior High School in Lansing collected items for 30 needy children in the Thornton Township Angel Tree. Pictured from left to right are Student Council members Sabrina Rizo, Samantha Rizo and Mayra Tlatelapa
LANSING | Bob Love -- the one-time Chicago Bulls star who later in life used speech therapy to overcome a pronounced stutter -- loves to talk.
LANSING | A win is a win. No matter if it's 1-0 or 17-2.
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