Sunnybrook Elementary District 171
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of November are, from left, Andrea Lopez, eighth grade, Makayla Holt, seventh grade, Quentae Paxton, sixth grade, and Alisha Sholoja, fifth grade. Also pictured are Juan Gardner, principal, and Michelle Johnson, assistant principal.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 will ask for about $8 million in property taxes this year but officials do not expect to receive the full amount being requested.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of October are, from the left: eighth grade, Theodore Lewis, seventh grade, Akintoyosi Omokaiye, sixth grade, Da'Liyah Anderson, and fifth grade, Cordny Akodu. Pictured with them are the principal, Juan Gardner, and assistant principal, Mic…
LANSING | Heritage Middle School in Lansing awards one student per grade level per month with the Heritage Excellence Award.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of September are, from left: Eric Atwood, fifth grade, Edgar Zambrano, sixth grade, Celina Carter-Blue, seventh grade, and Tommy Nguyen, eighth grade. Also in the picture is the new superintendent of Sunnybrook District 171, Hughes George, …
LANSING | Each month a student from each grade level is chosen by their team of teachers for the Heritage Excellence Award at Heritage Middle School.
LANSING | The School Board for Sunnybrook Elementary School District 171 gave its approval to an $11.1 million balanced budget for the school year that began last month.
LANSING | Fathers of Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 on Wednesday took their children to Nathan Hale Elementary and Heritage Middle schools on the first day of classes as part of the nationwide Million Father March.
Fathers of Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 pose for a photo after taking their children to school on Wednesday, the first day of classes. They participated in a nationwide event that encourages fathers and father figures to participate in their children's education.
LANSING | Dads were lined up with their children on Wednesday morning outside Nathan Hale Elementary School.
The coming of a new academic year has some school districts making sure they are complying with guidelines to keep their students safe from potential violence.
LANSING | In keeping with a nationwide movement, fathers of Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 are being urged to bring their children to school on the first day of classes this month.
LANSING | Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 is bidding farewell to not only its business manager but to the principal at one of its schools.
Nathan Hale Excellence Award winners are, from left, kindergarten: William Bass and Aryan Patel, first grade: Samantha Vasquez, Kalila Hayes and Leslie Aguilar, second grade: Chibugo Geoffrey-Owowo, third grade: Rosilyn Leon and Avery Sanchez, fourth grade: Benjamin Avila and Abdullah Shoneye.
Tim Eriks presents Rachel Hodge with the Lansing Rotary Club's Citizenship Award.
LANSING | Rachel Hodge, of Nathan Hale Elementary School, is the recipient of the 2013 Lansing Rotary Club Citizenship Award.
LANSING | The Sunnybrook Elementary District 171 School Board gave its approval Wednesday to a three-year contract for a new superintendent.
LANSING | Each month a student from each grade level is chosen by their team of teachers for the Heritage Excellence Award at Heritage Middle School in Lansing.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of March are, from left: Jose Serna, fifth grade, Anissa Murphy, sixth grade, Diana Alvarez, seventh grade, and Ta'ylor Gray-Graham, eighth grade.
The Heritage Excellence Award winners for the month of April are, from left: Zenin Hall, fifth grade, Karina Diaz, sixth grade, Daisja Howard, seventh grade, and Tola Adeyefa, eighth grade.
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