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October 12 Student Early Release Day (2 hrs) 

October 26 Student Early Release Day (2 hrs)

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Heidi Reed –  President

Matt Shoffner – Vice President 

Traci Slager  – Secretary        

Shannon Vanderhyde – Treasurer

Trent Gilmore – Trustee

Jeff Rivard – Trustee

Matt McConnon – Trustee

2018 Meetings

October 8 & 22*

November 12, December 10

*work session

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Meet the Crisis Intervention Team  

Back Row (L to R): Carl Peckham, Megan Skinner, Christine Anderson, Lexi DeNio, Audra Holst, Becki Kooi, Sarah Wilcox, Stacy Barnhill . Front Row (L to R): Kaitlynn Mackie, My Lien, Shelley Pero. Not pictured: Lynda Rupke

For team experiences and professional biographies, visit www.csredhawks.org


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Red Hawk visit

Red Hawk visits Cedar Trails Elementary to welcome the kindergarten class to Cedar Springs Public Schools.

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Mornings can be really crazy…the alarm doesn’t go off…the kids don’t want to get up…there is no time to eat breakfast before the bus comes…or they’re just not ready to eat!  Or maybe your teenager grabs a soda and a candy bar on the way to school.  If this sounds like your house in the morning, we can help.  Breakfast is served at school every day school is in session! 

Why choose School Breakfast?  

School breakfast will give your child a healthy start to the day.  Students who eat breakfast have better attention and memory, and studies show that eating breakfast at school results in higher test scores. 

Breakfast at school is affordable!

If your student qualifies for a free or reduced price lunch, he/she also qualifies for a free or reduced price breakfast, with no additional paperwork.  A reduced price breakfast is $.30 cents and a full price breakfast is only $1.40 for elementary students and $1.50 for middle and high school students.  Breakfast selections include whole grain rich items, fresh or canned fruit, 100% fruit juice and low fat or fat free dairy products.  You can’t find a healthy breakfast at such a low cost anywhere else.

For the October Food Service Newsletter, visit www.csredhawks.org.

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Cross country team invites Superintendent to meet

The Middle School cross country team stopped by District Office to invite Superintendent Smith to their cross country meet on Saturday, September 22.  Superintendent Smith accepted and attended the meet to watch the Middle School and the High School teams compete. 

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Athletic Golden Age Pass 


If you are 60 years of age or older and are a resident of the Cedar Springs School District, you could be eligible for a Lifetime Golden Age Pass.    This pass entitles you to admission to school sponsored activities and athletic events offered by member schools.  Some restrictions apply.  Certain athletic contests may require a fee (conference, regional and state tournaments).  For an application, visit www.csredhawks.org Athletics or stop by the Cedar Springs District Office.

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Band places fifth at invitational

This past Saturday, September 29th, 2018 the Cedar Springs Marching Band had a scholastic band competition at Otsego High School. The marching band placed 5th with a score of 79.4. After their performance the band got to enjoy watching other bands perform their shows. Next up Red Flannel Invitational October 6, 2018, with 20 bands, including our own, performing! 

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Red Hawk marching band gets ready for season

On Saturday, September 15, the Marching Red Hawks performed at Sparta High School in a MCBA Field Day. A field day serves to provide educational feedback to the band before the season starts. Since this is a field day there are no scores and no awards.  

This also helps the freshman with any jitters they may have since this is their first season marching forward, backward, diagonally, and sideways while playing an instrument.

Their next performance is at Otsego, Mich. on September 29 at 5 p.m. Their show is called “We the People.”

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Equestrian heads to regionals

Congratulations to the Cedar Springs Equestrian team as they head to regionals this weekend at the Ingham County Fairgrounds. Events start Friday at 3 p.m. and go through the weekend. The team would love your support for their riders and horses as they go up against some tough Class A competition!

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