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EHS is pleased to announce the following students will be representing Forest Hills Eastern in the Third District of Michigan High School Art Competition. Each student will have their work shown for the Art Award Ceremony on April 28, 2012 held at the Gerald R. Ford Museum. This competition is only offered to a select group of students who are advanced in their field and dedicated to the arts. These students have worked to produce an award winning piece that if selected will travel to Washington D.C to be exhibited in the congressional representative’s office.
Acrylic Painting Laura Maier
Conte Crayon Pastel Painting Brennan McNamara
Digital Photograph in Black and White Mikaela Walsh
Congratulations to the Eastern HS National Honor Society Executive Council team who operated with the Blood Drive staff like a well oiled machine. They were professional and worked cohesively to make this drive run smoothly and to help to guide the students and running this event proactively.
Projection Goal: 70
Registered Donors: 152
Pints Collected: 94 (WOW!)
First Time Donors: 47
Potential Lives Saved: 282
Thank you to all who attempted to donate as they truly make a life saving difference. We know the gift of blood helps many people in our own community as we are the sole blood provider to all the hospitals in the Grand Rapids area.
Congratulations for an exceptional drive with outstanding results!!
Our Next Blood Drive is being held on April 2/27.
Heather Schanski, a first grade teacher at Ada Elementary, was interviewed and filmed by WGVU on Friday, April 20. Heather was one of 21 teachers chosen for the year as a “cool teacher.” Olivia Fair, One of her students, wrote a letter nominating her. Congratulations Heather!!
Dear Forest Hills Public Schools Families:
The Food Service Department is pleased to announce we will be holding a district-wide food drive for National Volunteer Week benefiting Kids Food Basket the week of April 16 – 20, 2012. Kids Food Basket is the West Michigan force for attacking childhood hunger. They provide an evening meal called a Sack Supper to food-insecure children at the end of the school day in Kent County.
K-12 students may bring items to their school cafeteria any day during that week for the food drive. The Food Service Department will bring collected items to the main kitchen and then un-package them to present to Kids Food Basket. Read more
Article by WZZM13
As China continues to grow economically, many American schools are trying to prepare their students academically to compete and do business with the Chinese.
Meadow Brook Elementary School in Forest Hills has continued to develop its Chinese programs over the last five years.
School leaders say they’ve taken off and grown in popularity among parents. Read more