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September 19, 20131 year ago

FHPS District Kickoff - GLI Video

The Global Learners Initiative (GLI) put together this wonderful video that was shown at the FHPS District Kickoff.

September 5, 20131 year ago

Our kids' well-being - Suicide Prevention

Please join us for an extremely informative event regarding signs and symptoms of depression.  There will be time for a Q & A following the speakers.

The Many Faces of Depression: A Personal Story from a FHPS Graduate

Monday, September 9

Fine Arts Center

7:00 p.m.

Free

August 27, 20131 year ago

FHE teacher is 1 of 50 educators in world to be selected for Google Teacher Academy

A Forest Hills Eastern High School teacher recently participated in the Google Teacher Academy, a professional development experience on innovative technologies for primary and secondary educators from around the world.  Kelly Kermode, a journalism, yearbook, technology and English language arts teacher at Eastern, was one of 50 educators selected to participate in the academy.

Each academy is an intensive, two-day event during which participants get hands-on experience with Google tools, learn about innovative instructional strategies, receive resources to share with colleagues, and immerse themselves in a supportive community of educators. Read more

July 17, 20131 year ago

School Starts Tuesday, September 3

July 17, 20131 year ago

Forest Hills Instructional Coach Selected to Attend National Endowment for the Humanities Educational Workshop

Judy Walton, a Forest Hills Public Schools instructional coach, was chosen to participate in a summer workshop organized by the National Endowment for the Humanities, which focuses on landmarks of American history.  Walton was one of 80 school teachers across the nation to be selected to attend this year’s workshop on the civil rights struggle in Birmingham, Ala., titled, “But for Birmingham…The Rise of the Magic City and the Evolution of the Civil Rights Movement.” Read more

July 16, 20131 year ago

What's New with School Lunches?

Forest Hills Schools has teamed up with Chartwells to provide nutritious meals. Visit www.eatlearnlive.com for nutritional and other informative information. You can also sign up to receive free e-newsletters to be sent directly to your e-mail address.

June 26, 20131 year ago

Keeping the Beat

Forest Hills Northern High School recently hosted a one-day camp called Healthy Hearts Youth Camp.  The goal of the camp was to raise awareness of heart disease, early intervention, and for Metro Health to provide heart screening to West Michigan student athletes.   Dr. Edwin Kornoelje, D.O., Metro Health, also talked to parents about sports injuries such as concussions, cardiopulmonary resuscitation, and the use of automated external defibrillators.  This year’s camp, featured two all-star sports standouts.  Allyssa DeHaan-Clark, former Miss Basketball in the state of Michigan, and a four-year starter for Michigan State University’s women’s basketball team helped led the basketball clinic.  Jared Veldheer, a 2005 Forest Hills Northern High School graduate, two-time All-American at Hillsdale College, and starter as left tackle for the Oakland Raiders, lead the football clinic.  Both basketball and football sessions focused on fundamentals, leadership, nutrition, strength and conditioning. Read more

June 20, 20131 year ago

8 Students Design Top Statistics Posters in Michigan, 3 are National Qualifiers

Statistics may seem to be a dry subject often avoided by most people and perhaps it was that dreaded college class you had to take.  Yet through the eyes of students, it can actually be quite interesting, fun, and educational.  Better yet, you could win state accolades for designing the best statistics poster in Michigan.  That is exactly what happened for students from Eastern Middle School, Knapp Forest Elementary School, and Ada Vista Elementary School.

Eleven Forest Hills Public Schools students were among this year’s winners of the Michigan Statistics Poster Competition.  The students and poster titles are as follows: Read more

June 18, 20131 year ago

Two FHPS Teachers Among this Year’s 29 “Cool Teachers” in Michigan

For 18 years, WGVU Public Media has coordinated the WGVU Cool Teacher Contest designed to recognize outstanding teachers in West and Southwest Michigan and the important role they play in the lives of their students.   This year, 29 teachers were named “Cool Teachers”, and Forest Hills Public Schools had two teachers receive the award.  Kim Crampton, second grade teacher at Knapp Forest Elementary School, and Tonja Bogema, seventh grade teacher at Central Middle School, each were honored when one of their students wrote to WGVU and entered their essays in the Cool Teacher Contest. Read more

June 18, 20131 year ago

FHPS Director of Instructional Services Named to Michigan Board

Director of Instructional Services for Forest Hills Public Schools Margie Fellinger recently was named to a three-year term, on the executive board for Learning Forward Michigan.  Learning Forward, formerly known as the Michigan Staff Development Council, is part of a national organization advocating for quality research-based professional learning policies and practices for those in the field of education.  Fellinger joins other school administrators and professionals representing K-12 and post-secondary education across the state. Read more