Halfway to Projected Numbers, Mosaica Says Enrollment On Track

Regional VP Alena Zachery-Ross spoke positively about Saturday’s enrollment fair, which enrolled 80 students in one day and increased total enrollment to over half of the 1,200 anticipated by Mosaica.

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STEAM, PSAPs and Paragon: Muskegon Heights Charter Operator Explains New Curriculum

A PSAP, or Personal Student Achievement Plan, will be reviewed with each student plus teachers and parents every 10 weeks through the year to see what goals are being met adjustments should be made.

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Heights Academy Board, Mosaica Hear Concerns About Getting Out Message Regarding Changes

Direct mail and robocalls will be utilized, not just for residents of Muskegon Heights but an additional 3,000 to those with children in surrounding communities.

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New Muskegon Heights Athletic Director Speaks On Coming Months

Open gym, weight training and other athletic preparation can start once building principals are hired, according to Metcalf. Eidelman indicated some principals would be hired by Thursday and the rest would be in place by Monday.

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Heights Public Schools Emergency Manager Details “Unfinished Business” For District

Dr. Donald Weatherspoon indicated he would have an answer from the Michigan Department of Treasury around August 1 regarding restructuring of the district’s debt.

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Muskegon Heights Charter Board Passes Budget; Mosaica Hires Regional VP

“The goal is to pour as many resources in the schooling as possible in the first year instead of building surpluses or deficits,” said Mosaica vice president for school finance Roger Gray.

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