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1. Why are you running for school board?
1. Why are you running for the board?
1. Why do you want to serve on school board?
I want to give back to my community first and foremost. In saying that, my goal in part is to help shape district policy to not only positively affect my children's education, but all the students of the
2. What role do you see the school board serving?
Heritage High School is starting a new feature to promote alumni of the district.
Superintendent Tom Davis made the suggestion during the February board meeting and it has recently been implemented on the district’s website and social media platforms.
The school will regularly feature alumni of Heritage High School who are doing interesting things post graduation, Davis said.
The St. Joseph-Ogden High School civics class is still raising money for their trip next month to Washington, D.C.
The class is traveling to the nation’s capital for the “We the People,” competition, slated to be held from April 21-25, and 20 students have taken part in fundraising efforts.
The Heritage School District is looking at options to help lower the
burden on tax payers.
Previously, the district discussed refunding some of the 1 percent sales
tax money to tax payers.
Now, the district is looking at options to address the status of Tort and
IMRF/Social Security funds to lower the levy request .
“This would would serve same purpose of the abatement,” said
The St. Joseph Grade School Parent Teacher Committee has one goal as a
group—to work together as parents, teachers and school employees to
benefit the school’s support and staff.
Vice President Cathy Franklin said the group works to bridge the gap
between parents and teachers.
“We put together fundraisers to raise money to pay for the cost of school
When 15 Heritage High School students hit the stage on Friday night, they
will be performing a musical that maybe unfamiliar to those in
attendance—“Give My Regards to Broadway.”
Director Justin Lee said that was his intention.
“I was looking for a show that was unfamiliar to everyone at the school,”
he said. “Everyone always wants to do a show they know but instead I
HOMER — About 11:45 a.m. Monday, an emergency alert tone for the Homer Township Fire Protection District came over the radio.
Denise Langendorf, of Ginger’s Market in St. Joseph, is currently accepting applications for the second Lincoln Street Market.
This year’s event will take place May 6, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.