Posted on 05 November 2015.
Mrs. Sue E. Smith, aged 58, of Cedar Springs went to her heavenly home to see her sister and mother on Sunday, November 1, 2015. She is survived by her soul mate of 34 years John; stepdaughter Cynthia Smith; six step grandchildren; sisters, Sharon (Leroy) Simmons, Patricia Muste, Kathy Kenyon; brothers, James (Bernice) Muste, Tom (Cretia) Muste; brother-in-law Chet Neal; several nieces, nephews, cousins; father-in-law Edwin P. Smith; sister-in-law Pat (Dan) Fry; brothers-in-law, Alan (Marina) Smith, Terry (Maureen) Smith; good friend Barbara Anderson. She was a long time member of the Grand Rapids Griffins Boosters Club and enjoyed crocheting and making things for others. The family will greet friends from 1-4 pm on Sunday, November 8, 2015 at The Masonic Temple, 233 Fulton St., East Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503.
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Posted in Obituary
Posted on 15 October 2015.
Creative Technologies Academy is excited to announce the addition of music and drama classes to their curriculum. After a four-year absence, CTA has added an elementary music program for K-5, a middle school and high school choir program, and a high school drama class which is currently learning improvisation techniques. The high school choir, Charger Voices, will have the exciting opportunity to sing the National Anthem at the Grand Rapids Griffins game on October 17th. These courses are being taught by Jeremy Holtrop who received his bachelor’s in Music Education from Indiana Wesleyan University and his Master’s in Music from Colorado State University. Mr. Holtrop has taught choir and drama for eight years and is excited to be a part of CTA and to bring music back to the school.
Posted in CTA
Posted on 20 April 2012.
Students in the fourth grade classrooms of Mr. Gregory and Mr. Moleski were taught a very valuable lesson in economics. The lesson, titled Save and Score, was presented in mid-February to the eager listeners. The program is sponsored by the Lake Michigan Credit Union and the Grand Rapids Griffins.
The students learned about the four different ways to save money. The various ways include:
1) short term investments
4) long term investments
With inquisitive questions and a keen interest to learn, our students once again exemplified how we use our Habits of Mind at Cedar View. This was witnessed by the two presenters from LMCU, Ms. Vickie and Ms. Jennifer. They raved at how well the students demonstrated the ability to listen and ask “real life” questions. Before they left, the ladies presented both classrooms with a challenge.
The challenge was for each student to write a personal essay on what they had learned about saving money. The recipient of the strongest essay would win free Griffin’s tickets for their entire class!
After submitting their entries, the students were treated to a special guest appearance by GRIFF (the Grand Rapids Griffin’s mascot). Griff couldn’t decide on the top essay because there were so many quality pieces entered in the contest. So he declared the essays written by Paige Pierson and Samantha VanSinger as winners.
For their hard work, ALL of the students in both classrooms received two free tickets to the Grand Rapids Griffin’s hockey game on Saturday, March 3rd.
Posted in Cedar Springs Public Schools