Students tackle microplastic on Lake Michigan beaches

Students in Careerline Tech Center’s Natural Resources and Outdoor Studies program are exploring the issue of microplastics by collecting samples from six beaches along Lake Michigan in Michigan’s Ottawa County, from Grand Haven State Park to Holland State Park. Read the full story by Holland Sentinel. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Michigan

Students sing happy birthday to 107-year-old war vet

Second World War veteran Charlie Fisher turned 107 Friday and three students from OSDSS and others sang happy birthday and presented about 250 birthday cards to him at his Owen Sound home. A member of the Royal Canadian Legion was there and so was Emily Jolliffe, director and chief curator of the Billy Bishop Museum, […]

Chapman’s supports writing contest for kids

Chapman’s Ice Cream has put up $50,000, its contribution towards prize money for a Habitat for Humanity national annual student writing contest to raise money for local Habitat for Humanity branches. Kids in Grades 4, 5 and 6 are invited to enter the Meaning of Home writing contest which opens Jan. 3. Students are invited […]

No trick or treating for Hanover kids in COVID-19 isolation

One case of COVID in someone at Hanover Heights Elementary School means an entire Grade 1 class must isolate for 10 days. It’s not deemed an outbreak because it would take more than one confirmed case linked to the school for that. The kids were sent home as a precaution. They’re too young to be […]

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