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Supt. Scott Menzel was the keynote speaker at the 61st annual Brown Chapel AME Brotherhood Banquet, Friday, February 28, 2014. Mr. Menzel addressed over 200 guests about the importance of the community being involved in the education of students and gave a call to action on how they can support their local school district.
The WISD Aktion Club hosted a "Bowling for Dollars" fundraiser Thursday, Feb. 27 at Colonial Lanes. There were 41 bowlers in attendance and they raised $50. The proceeds will be donated to Sleeping Children Around the World and Eliminate Project. The students had a great time!
WISD collaboration leads to over 300 students receiving a free book for World Book Night event.
High Point students and staff enjoyed a fun and festive Valentine's Day celebration. The afternoon event included lunch in the cafeteria, decorated with lots of red, pink and purple hearts and accents.
The Education Project for Homeless Youth provides more than educational tools to help students succeed. This brief video provides insight to their critical work for over a thousand students in Washtenaw County.
A 2014 Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) Mini-grant was awarded to VSA Washtenaw through the efforts of TC Deb Duranczyk. The $3,817 will be used to enhance art education, encompassing visual and performing arts. Deb has already begun meeting with a WISD team of educators to thoughtfully plan how the funding will be used to engage students in new and interesting ways.
To learn more about this grant program visit: www.michiganadvantage.org/arts.