Announcements Week of 5/13
Announcements Week of 5/13
Sara Middlebrook
Friday, May 10, 2019


LAST DAY OF SCHOOL UPDATE:  Our last day of school will be Monday, June 3. Friday, May 31 and Monday, June 3 will be early release days. It is important that students attend school on those days. Thank you for your patience as the winter of 2018-19 is now officially done!


  • 4th Grade NWEA Reading - May 14

  • 3rd Grade NWEA Reading - May 14

  • 4th Grade NWEA Math - May 16

  • 3rd Grade NWEA Math - May 16

GIRLS SOCCER:  The girls have 1 remaining game left for the season. They Play May 14th @ Barry County. The girls look forward to finishing the season strong.


  • HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION: Friday, May 17 at 7:00 p.m. in the CSHS Auditorium Charger Voices will be performing. More details to come.

  • 8TH GRADE PROMOTION:  Monday, May 20 at 6:00 p.m. in CTA Auditorium - Middle School Choir will be performing. More details to come.

CTA TALENT SHOW:  Auditions will take place on May 14. The show will take place on May 28.

EIGHTH GRADE PROMOTION:  Join us on Monday, May 20 at 6:00  p.m. for the Eighth Grade Promotion ceremony in the auditorium.

9-12 STUDENT SCHEDULES FOR 2019-20: Mrs. Dille is in the process of working on student schedules for next year.  She will be meeting with students intermittently regarding electives and graduation requirements.  Parents/Guardians can access schedules in Infinite Campus. If you have any questions please call or email Mrs. Dille. 616-696-4905, ext. 212 or

JOIN THE INDEPENDENT BANK SWIFT SAVERS KIDS CLUB by opening a Swift Savings account. Kids will receive a FREE coin booklet and swift eagle plush toy. Plus, Independent Bank will deposit $5 to jump start their savings. See Independent Bank for more details and to open an account.

GRCC SUMMER CAMP OPPORTUNITIES:  Workforce Training is pleased to offer amazing experiences for young people entering grades six through grade nine. Their focus is to make these camps hands on and interactive in skilled trades careers. Space is limited. Camps include: Construction Camp, Culinary Camp, Manufacturing Camp and Woodworking Camp. Visit for more information.

MOBILE FOOD PANTRY:  Hosted by Feeding America and Kent School Services Network on the third Monday of each month (May 20 and June 17) at the Cedar Springs Bus Garage. Registration begins at 4:30 p.m. and distribution is at 5:00 p.m.

HOST AN EXCHANGE STUDENT FOR 2019-20: Becoming a HOST FAMILY to an INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT is a rewarding and fun experience. You share the American high school experience with a student from another country, and in turn your family will learn about their country and culture. Lifelong friendships are often formed. It is a simple process. We have exchange students from all over the world looking to experience America with a resident family. I will work with you to find a good match for your family. Each student that is hosted through CETUSA (Council for Educational Travel, USA) is fully insured with health insurance and comes with their own spending money. As their American family you just provide a bedroom (can be shared with a sibling), family meals and a loving home. Contact Sue Hughes, CETUSA Local Coordinator, TODAY for more information on this amazing opportunity: or 616-550-8463,