Schools demonstrate W-A-Y Forward Niles

Niles Community Schools will be offering a new, innovative program for middle school students grades 6-8 this fall called W-A-Y Forward Niles. Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine millage up for renewal

Brandywine Community Schools will be asking voters in November to renew a millage on non-homestead property that would benefit the district’s general fund. Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine board extends contracts for superintendent, administrators

John Jarpe will remain superintendent of Brandywine Community Schools for at least another two years. Read more  | Add your comment

Dowagiac City Council names members to museum advisory committee

Dowagiac City Council appointed members to the southwest Michigan museum advisory committee Monday, announcing the induction of all 11 previous members from the original committee ... Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine lunch prices increase

The Brandywine Community Schools Board of Education approved a 10-cent increase to breakfast and lunch prices effective for the 2012-13 school year. Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine mulls placing ads on website

Should Brandywine Community Schools allow businesses to advertise on the district’s website? Read more  | Add your comment

Free school supplies event set for Aug. 18, 22

Brookside Learning Center, in Cassopolis, will welcome students and their parents from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Aug. 18, to pick up backpacks filled with ... Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine board to meet early

The Brandywine Community Schools Board of Education will be holding its next meeting at 6 p.m. Monday at Bell Education Conference Room, 1830 S. Third ... Read more  | Add your comment

Field school inspires students

Leah Rice of Paw Paw, a third-year Western Michigan University student majoring in anthropology and minoring in Chinese, fit Fort St. Joseph into her college ... Read more  | Add your comment

Fort musters open house

  The Fort St. Joseph archaeology open house promises to be a mix of Monty Python interspersed with a colonial militia muster reminiscent of the ... Read more  | Add your comment

Brandywine High, Eagle Lake Elementary get Reward School status

Brandywine Senior High School in Niles and Eagle Lake Elementary in Edwardsburg are among the 286 schools statewide receiving designation as a Reward School for ... Read more  | Add your comment

Ballard campers have a ball (python)

Ballard campers have a ball (python)

With a 4-foot-long ball python wrapped around her forearm, zoologist Anna Pelc stood in front of a crowd of around 100 young campers. Read more  | Add your comment

Southwestern Michigan College: Community colleges provide more affordable alternative

August is the time of year when thoughts of summer start fading into the reality of the season ahead — a time when parents begin ... Read more  | Add your comment

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