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It’s not about the run, but what it represents for these individuals. Read this amazing, heart-warming story of a FHN teacher and student.
Central and Eastern high schools both have their community football family fun nights Friday, Sept. 12. Come out and support our teams and have some fun too!
Congratulations to staff member Cindy Urban who recently passed the National Counselor’s Exam which is the final requirement to becoming a fully Licensed Professional Counselor. This ends a long journey through a double master’s program consisting of 62 semester credits at Michigan State University and three different licensing exams. Although being a LPC is not required for school counselors, it just adds another level of mastery of skills and competencies which can be beneficial to all Forest Hills students.
Northern Trails 5/6 students took part in two ceremonies throughout the day on Sept. 11 to honor our American heroes during Patriot Day. Patriot Day, also referred to as 9-11, has been established as a holiday in memory of the nearly 3,000 people who died during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on America and the heroes who responded. (Patriot Day is not to be confused with Patriots’ Day, a day that commemorates the first battles of the American Revolutionary War, observed the third Monday in April.)
David Sukup, Forest Hills Northern boys’ and girls’ tennis coach for the last 47 years recently was inducted in the Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame. Sukup’s teams have been a dominant force in high school tennis. To date, the Huskies girls’ tennis team has won the previous six state titles and seven of the previous nine. Before that, they were state runners-up in 1999, 2001, and 2012. Read more
Congratulations to Forest Hills Central High School student, Eric Krejci, who recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout and was honored in a Court of Honor ceremony. Click here to read more.