State Senate Bills Would Require “Uncensored” Teaching of Declaration of Independence, Other Documents

Senate Bills (SB) 120, 121, and 423 may move forward for a vote after the Senate’s two-week Thanksgiving recess, which is currently underway. Click through for more.

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Muskegon Public Schools to Continue Running City Youth Basketball Leagues for Another Year

The program will continue to include a girls basketball league starting in October and a boys league starting in January. Open gym will be offered on Saturdays after the end of each week’s league games for three hours.

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Muskegon Superintendent Provides Deficit Update, Shares Service Consolidation Idea From State

Muskegon Public Schools Superintendent Jon Felske provided an update on the district’s deficit elimination plan at Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.

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Muskegon Superintendent Sets Budget Cut Targets Ahead of Sending Deficit Plan to State

Muskegon Public Schools superintendent Jon Felske believes the district needs to cut approximately $7.2 million from its budget next year to be out of its deficit within the two years mandated by the state.

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Muskegon Public Schools Spring Head Count Released, Next Year’s Funding Picture Shaky

With the last week’s spring student count day complete, Muskegon’s board of education revealed their spring head count numbers at Tuesday’s full board meeting.

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Student-Community “MPrize” Project Hopes To Recognize Those Making Difference For Youth

Starting in fall of 2013, MPrize hopes to have students in districts around the area identify “staff members and others who make differences in their lives,” according to Superintendent Jon Felske.

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