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Hudsonville High School Open House

Hudsonville High School Open Houses will be held on September 20 and 21.  The main campus open house will run September 20, 2010 from 6:30pm-8:30pm and the Hudsonville Freshman Campus will be open September 21, 2010 from 6:30pm-9pm. 

Hudsonville Education Foundation - Family Fun Fest

From: http://www.hudsonvilleeducationfoundation.org

Hudsonville Publics Schools, a K–12 public school located in West Michigan, has established an Education Foundation to benefit its students. Since 2004, the foundation has raised over $68,000 and has awarded more than $25,000 in teacher grants. The Hudsonville Education Foundation (HEF) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization. It was formally founded in 2003 to enrich and enhance education in Hudsonville Public Schools by funding projects and programs that will directly impact Hudsonville students.
To that end, the Hudsonville Education Foundation is planning its First Annual HEF Family Fun Fest to be held at the Hudsonville Athletic Complex Stadium on Friday, September 24, 2010, prior to and during the first three quarters of the home varsity football game against rival Grandville.

Hudsonville Youth Football and Rocket Cheer Start Another Season

The Hudsonville Youth Football and Rocket Cheer Programs have been running practices for the last three weeks, but the first games of the season were held tonight.  Coaches and participants had a chance to see what worked and what didn't in the 5th-6th grade games at Hudsonville High School's stadium. 

The age ranges of the programs are 1st through 6th grade.  Games are: Saturday mornings and afternoons at the Baldwin Street Middle School practice fields for 1st-2nd grade, Mondays for 3rd-4th graders and Tuesdays for 5th-6th graders and all games for these ages are at the Hudsonville High School stadium.  Teams rotate times and with games starting as early as 4:45pm.  

For more information contact:www.eteamz.com/HudsonvilleYouthFootball/ or www.eteamz.com/HudsonvilleRocketCheer


Jenison Public Schools- Welcome to the 2010-2011 School Year!

From: http://www.jpsonline.org

Whether you are with us for the first time or have been with us for years, we are thrilled to have your children attend what we believe is one of the best school districts in the state of Michigan. Although we have earned many accolades over the past many years, we are not a district that rests on its laurels. All of us are working diligently to make sure our district continues to provide the best possible educational programming for your children.

Hudsonville Public Schools Board of Education strategic planning process

From: http://www.hudsonville.k12.mi.us

Dear Hudsonville Community,

To continue the great tradition and elevate our students’ accomplishments, we need your help to develop,implement, and evaluate a long-range strategic plan for our district. A comprehensive plan should address every area of school from curriculum to instruction, from safety to facilities, and from co-curricular to special services.

To that end, the Board of Education has commissioned a strategic planning process. In order to develop a roadmap for Hudsonville Public Schools, we need your input and feedback. The school staff recognizes that our purpose is to serve the great students and parents of Hudsonville. Everyone who is a part of the community has a vested interest in the success of our schools – students, parents, grandparents, business owners, senior citizens, community residents and staff members.

Grandville Middle School - Don't Be a Bully

From: http://www.grandville.k12.mi.us

Grandville Middle School teachers have been trained by Dr. Marcia McEvoy to implement a “violence” prevention program here at GMS. The staff developed a building definition of violence (specifically targeting bully behaviors) which will be posted in all classrooms and halls:

Aggression (violence) is any look, gesture, word or action that harms or has the potential to harm a person’s body, feelings, friendships, reputation or property.

Grandville Public Schools - Execute Your Pass Play!

From: http://www.grandville.k12.mi.us/

Purchase a 2010-11 sports pass and cheer on the Bulldogs!

Adult - $125.00
Student (K to Grade 12) - $50.00

$250.00 (2 adults, 2 school age children)
$300.00 (2 adults, plus unlimited school aged children)

Passes for the 2010-11 school year can be purchased from the high school athletic office starting August 16, 2010. Please call the office with name(s) at 254-6436 to have passes prepared in advance and laminated. Checks payable to Grandville High School.

School-year sports passes are good for all home high school and middle school contests sponsored by the Grandville Athletic Department. Passes cannot be used for some tournaments, Conference, District, Regional or State sponsored events.