Consolidating school distircts


The design was approved by the Lamar CISD School Board on Aug. Construction is scheduled to begin at the end of the 2019 football season and finish prior to the start of the 2020 season.

The Sterling Heights High School Jazz Band, under the direction of Anthony V. D, welcomed Governor Gretchen Whitmer to Warren Mott High School on June 3, where she hosted a Town Hall meeting to discuss roads, schools and her proposed 2020 budget.

Margaret Black Elementary School recently hosted a multicultural fair.

Students had the opportunity to observe cultural presentations, sample various cultural cuisine, enjoy entertainment, plus much more.

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August 09, 2019 Check out the design for the new press box at Traylor Stadium!We hope you will find it to be a valuable resource.Pages feature class descriptions, documents, homework assignments, presentations, research links, multimedia, and more."Especially at the beginning of the school consolidation era, which would be about 1920," said Marty Strange, a professor at Green Mountain College and former policy director at the Rural School and Community Trust (RSCT), "it was about improving schools by quite literally taking the schools out of the hands of non-professional bumpkins who were on the school boards and ran them and putting professional educators in charge." By increasing school size, districts would be able to hire more professional teachers and administrators, while also offering more specialized curriculum, particularly at the high school level.

"On the surface most of the arguments are not economic," Strange said.

The 2018-2019 WCS Writing Celebration honored student authors from each building and grade level.


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