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Aeromed drops in for “Show and Tell” Fuel spills, causes fire The Post travels to Ireland Red Hawk baseball wins 3, loses 2 Showcasing the DNR Alpha Family Center appoints development director State Department of Ed visits Cedar Springs
 
Aeromed drops in for “Show and Tell”

Aeromed drops in for “Show and Tell”

Deputy McCutcheon has organized the Cedar Trails “Show and Tell” for the students the last few years.

Aeromed drops in for “Show and Tell”
Fuel spills, causes fire

Fuel spills, causes fire

Fraser wants to remind people when they have a fire, do not attempt to put it out yourself before calling 911. He said that the man threw soapy water on the fire in an effort to extinguish the flames before calling for help.

Fuel spills, causes fire
The Post travels to Ireland

The Post travels to Ireland

The Post recently traveled to Ireland with the Bolinger family, of Solon Township. Steve and Tammy and their daughter Juliana, 14, recently returned from a two-week trip to both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

The Post travels to Ireland
Red Hawk baseball wins 3, loses 2

Red Hawk baseball wins 3, loses 2

On Monday, May 6, the varsity baseball team traveled to Fremont to play a double header against the Packers. In game one, junior Kyle Wise took the mound. With a great defense behind him, he managed to throw a one-hitter. At the plate the Hawks managed 13 hits, led by Thomas Reed and Peyton Newman […]

Red Hawk baseball wins 3, loses 2
Showcasing the DNR

Showcasing the DNR

A photography moment, outside the door, at the side of the road By John Pepin, Michigan Department of Natural Resources “Where have all the flowers gone, long time passing,” – Pete Seeger  Rolling through the bucolic countryside on some forgotten copper-claim byway, I glanced over my shoulder as I crested a small hill. When I […]

Showcasing the DNR
Alpha Family Center appoints development director

Alpha Family Center appoints development director

Chrystal Newman, longtime resident of Rockford, has taken on the role of Development Director. She will work to increase Alpha’s presence within the community by building relationships with individuals, churches and businesses.

Alpha Family Center appoints development director
State Department of Ed visits Cedar Springs

State Department of Ed visits Cedar Springs

When asked why he waspaying Cedar Springs Public Schools a visit, Ackley said, “We want to high-light and celebrate the great things happening in our education centers, and find out what MDE can do for students and school districts throughout the State.”

State Department of Ed visits Cedar Springs
Community Players’ musical opens this week on Kent Theatre stage

Community Players’ musical opens this week on Kent Theatre stage

16 May 2019

By Terri Riggle Rehearsals are winding down and nerves are revving up at the Kent Theatre as actors and stagehands work feverishly to bring the latest Scott Phillips play to life. It’s a unique opportunity for the 15 people who portray the characters in Phillips’ new musical comedy, “Burr: The One Who Won,” in that […]

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CREATIVE TECHNOLOGIES ACADEMY SCHOOL CALENDAR

16 May 2019

SCHOOL HOURS | Grades K-5: 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. | Grades 6-12: 7:45 a.m. – 2:45 p.m. May 20 8th Grade Promotion Ceremony 24 Early Release Day 27 No School – Memorial Day 28 Talent Show 29 Field Day 31 6-11 Exams Dunk Tank Testing Incentive w/PA Carnival Early Release Day June 3 Last Day […]

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Girls Varsity Soccer

Girls Varsity Soccer

16 May 2019

Front Row (L to R): Ruby Tompkins, Gaby Christie, Saige Montambo, Nadelynn Brinley, Elizabeth Jahns, Ana Besmer, Trinity Besmer and Jayda Schreiber. Back Row (L to R): Coach Justin Harding, Dani Piskun, Kaela Bucholtz, Analiese Van Harten, Molly Wortz, Alyssa Shelagowski, Hannah Hofstra and Malikia Walker.

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Senior Honored with Congressional Medal of Merit

Senior Honored with Congressional Medal of Merit

16 May 2019

On Saturday, May 4, Creative Technologies Academy Senior Elizabeth Jahns was a recipient of Justin Amash’s Congressional Medal of Merit at the Gerald R. Ford Museum. The Congressional Medal of Merit is awarded to students who demonstrate exemplary citizenship and academic excellence. CTA is proud of Elizabeth and her contributions to our school and the […]

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Choir Concert is a Tribute to the Class of 2019

Choir Concert is a Tribute to the Class of 2019

16 May 2019

CTA’s final choir concert of the year was a tribute to seniors. On Thurs., May 9, the CTA choir program put on their final choir concert of the year. This concert featured our middle school choir, Harmonic Chargers, our high school a cappella group, Voices of Lightning, and our bigger high school mixed group, Charger […]

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Elementary Students perform Broaway-Style for concert

Elementary Students perform Broaway-Style for concert

16 May 2019

On Tuesday, May 7, the Elementary students performed in a music concert called “Broadway Beat” which featured songs from various Broadway musicals. The students donned snazzy clothes as if they were going to attend a show on Broadway in New York City. Some of the musicals that were featured were “The King and I”, “The […]

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Students Showcased Iconic Charlie Brown Moments In Spring Musical

Students Showcased Iconic Charlie Brown Moments In Spring Musical

16 May 2019

The CTA Drama Department brought the beloved comic strip ​Peanuts​ to life in their spring musical, “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” On Fri., May 3 and Sat., May 4. This was CTA’s first full-length musical and the students did an amazing job. The show consists of several iconic Charlie Brown moments such as Charlie […]

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Red Hawk Track

16 May 2019

Girls Track to compete at Regionals The Red Hawks traveled to Lowell last week for an OK White Tri Meet and to Houseman Field for the OK White Conference Meet . On Tuesday, May 7, the team lost to Lowell and defeated Northview 100-36. They ended the Dual meet season 2 and 4. In the […]

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Tournament changes in three sports

16 May 2019

From the MHSAA The addition of seeding at the District level in basketball and soccer and multiple adjustments to the process used to select the playoff field for 11-player football were among the most notable actions taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Summer Meeting, May 5-6 […]

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Seek the common

16 May 2019

Ranger Steve’s Nature Niche By Ranger Steve Mueller Venture to a willow thicket and enjoy its rich beauty of sights and sounds. Pussy willows already came and went this year. Willow species enchant the wet hollow in the middle of the old field. A large willow tree stood sentinel in the field when the rest was farmed. The field […]

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