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2019-2020 New Beginnings Alternative High School Quarter One Awards

Attendance Award – 2 or less days absent
Citizenship Award

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Food For People In Need


Feeding America West Michigan and Kent School Service Network Mobile Food Pantry

December 16

District Service Center (Bus Garage)

204 E Muskegon, Cedar Springs

Registration: 4:30 pm
Distribution:  5:00 pm


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Winter Break – No School


December 23, 2019 – January 3, 2020; 

students return to school on January 6, 2020

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Middle School Students of the Month – October 2019


Front row L to R: McKayla Heugel, Kaden Kirkwood, Mia Earnest, Addyson Brown, Taylor Diemond, Joslyn Zavala, Austin Castle, Brielle Sarniak, Briley Andres, Dominic Gomez, Jaxon Pocsi, Josh Trendt
Back row L to R: Madasyn Barrigar, Lindsey Washington, Izzy Pinkelman, Elizabeth Bowser, Avery Lake, Izabella Brewer, Austin Alcumbrack, Ryan Mullins, Marek Oleneack, Javen Moore, Domanic White, Ayden Cook

Students are chosen each month by their house core teachers and their grade encore teachers for demonstrating our core values. The core values that staff and students strive to demonstrate at the middle school are respect, responsibility, honesty, and safety.

 Go Red Hawks! 

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Red Hawk Students of the month – Responsibility

Sienna Wolfe, Calvin Kerridge, Ava Workman, Callen MccCullouch, Evan Wickstrom, McKenzee Moerland, Kailynn Skinner, Jenna Nickelson, Issac Altman, Nathalie Grenier, Ian Stearns, Cameryn Hess, Tiana Tubbs, Tyler Parmeter, JR Tompkins, Kylah Sanders, Logan Redes.
 Missing from Photo: Emily Stevens.

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Cedar Springs Education Foundation


The Cedar Springs Education Foundation was established in 1986, and has provided over $2 million to support the quality education and learning in our Cedar Springs Public Schools. The board members are volunteers and have a passion for our public schools and the education of our young people. The Foundation has 501(c)(3) non-profit status, therefore all donations are tax deductible and can be mailed to the Foundation at 204 E Muskegon or given to any board member. Please consider a donation as a way to honor a teacher, staff member or community member. A note will be sent to the honoree informing them of your donation. 

Tax deductible donations can be mailed to:

Cedar Springs Education Foundation

204 E Muskegon Street,

Cedar Springs, MI 49319

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Photo Gallery:

Ms. Pekrul’s 5th grade students discuss possible future career interests.

Mrs. Strunk and her students had some fun visitors on November 25 for coffee and bagels. Thank you  for everything you do for us CSPS maintenance.

Every morning Beach Principal Ms. Shenefield has students come to the office to help say the pledge! Here are a few of Mrs. McCarty’s students.

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STAY HEALTHY


STAY HEALTHY THIS SEASON BECOME A RED HAWK WALKER 

Going on NOW

The cold air is settling in, but you don’t have to give up your workout. Cedar Springs Public Schools supports your effort to stay healthy this season. Red Hawk Elementary will open their doors to all community members who would like to walk the halls from 4:00-8:00 p.m., Monday through Thursday when school is in session. 

If Cedar Springs Public Schools is closed due to inclement weather, holiday or no school scheduled, walking is canceled that day. 

For inclement weather school closings, please stay tuned to your local TV Station listings. 

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UPCOMING EVENTS


Happy Holidays!  ‘Tis the season for holiday concerts and events.  Hope to see you there!

Monday, December 9

High School Band Concert

7:00 p.m. HS Auditorium

Tuesday, December 10

6th Grade Band Concert

7:00 p.m. HS Auditorium

Wednesday, December 11

High School Choir Concert

7:00 p.m.  HS Auditorium

Thursday, December 12

Cookies with Santa at Cedar Trails

5:30 p.m. Cedar Trails

7th & 8th Grade Band Concert

7:00 p.m. HS Auditorium

Friday, December 13

Beach and Cedar View Choir Concerts

6:30 p.m. HS Auditorium

Tuesday, December 17

6th – 8th Grade Winter Art Show

6:00 p.m. HS Cafeteria

6-8th Grade Holiday Choir Concert

7:00 p.m. HS Auditorium

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Cancellations and Delays


Occasionally, adverse weather conditions or other emergency situations may make it necessary to cancel school, delay the start of school, cancel evening activities or run buses on main/paved roads only. When these situations occur, notice will be communicated to WOOD TV 8, WXMI Fox 17, and WZZM TV 13 through the Grand Rapids Area Information Line (GRAIL) to all subscribing area media. 

Campus Kids will be open on days that school is closed and/or delayed unless otherwise noted in school closing announcements.

Buses will not transport students to Kent Career and Technical Center for 1st session when a school delay or cancellation is issued. Students will be given a weather-related absence at KCTC when we are officially not transporting them. Students who choose to drive personal vehicles to KCTC on school delays or cancellations assume responsibility for their decision.

When school evening activities are cancelled, this cancellation also includes all clubs, organizations and extra-curricular events held on campus and scheduled for that evening.   For more information, please visit www.csredhawks.org or call 616-696-1204.

If you wish to receive text or email alerts for school closings and delays, here are a couple of options to consider:

WOOD TV:  http://woodtv.com/text-alerts/

WZZM TV:  www.wzzm13.com/about/text-alerts/

WXMI TV:  http://fox17online.com/weather/west-michigan-closings-and-cancellations/

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