The President of Mosaica Education answers a few questions on radio.

Radio interview with Gene Eidelman President of Mosaica Education.One day after making the announcement that Mosaica Education will operate Muskegon Heights Public School System, their President and Co-Founder Gene Eidelman addressed the community via 103.7 The Beat airwaves.

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He laid out their plans and vision for Muskegon Heights Public Charter School System. Mosaica Education will operate the K-12 school system and is looking to hire 100 teachers immediately.

The following information was taken from their website at www.mhtigers.org.
Student achievement is the first priority for the Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System. Our mission is to empower students to be inquisitive life-long learners and responsible decision-makers who are inspired by a stimulating curriculum and strengthened by a positive, nurturing atmosphere. Students will also develop 21st Century technology skills through cutting edge curriculum enhanced with integrated technology.

Muskegon Heights Public Schools Academy K-12 program includes:

A strong foundation in the fundamentals
Intensive Academic Intervention Program
Extended School Day/Year
Math, Science, Paragon, Reading, Writing, Technology, Health, Art, Physical Education, Spanish
Spanish instruction beginning in Kindergarten
Mercury Online and cutting edge blended learning model
Before and After-School Program
Summer School Camp
Special Education Alignment
After School Enrichment Classes
A Magnet-Like Arts Program
Monthly Parent Education Programs
Commitment to continue Sports and Band Programs
Extra-Curricular Activities
Free Transportation
Food Services
Muskegon Heights Public School Academy System will have four schools, including:

Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School (Grades K-1)
Edgewood Elementary School (Grades 2-5)
Muskegon Heights Middle School (Grades 6-8)
Muskegon Heights High School (Grades 9-12)

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