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mch band
eddy
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rve potter
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rve angel
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Please click the picture below to view the entire Challenge for the Future video on Pumpkins, Popcorn and Politics.

20, Sep 2016

Chartwells

Breakfast Offered at All Buildings Daily

Elementary Schools have breakfast in the classroom.  
Breakfast is delivered to each classroom every morning. The students wishing to have breakfast order the breakfast the day before.

MCMS, MCHS and Riverview East High School:
Breakfast is served in the cafeteria at 7:00 A.M.                                         

St. Clair Middle School:
Breakfast is served at 8:00 A.M. in the cafeteria

St. Clair High School:
Breakfast is served in the cafeteria at 7:00 A.M.

 

 

 

Paid Breakfast $1.25 - Reduced Breakfast $0.30 - Free Breakfast

              If you qualify for free and reduced price meals, you also qualify for the breakfast program

Lisa Brosky, a 1st-grade teacher at Gearing Elementary School, has been honored as St. Clair County’s most recent Distinguished Teacher. The surprise award was given to her today, Sept. 9, in her classroom. The award is given monthly during the school year. The award program was created by St. Clair County RESA to honor the best from among the county’s public school teachers.

Brenda Tenniswood, RESA director of Education Services, noted that Mrs. Brosky is highly involved with the community, particularly through the photographs she takes of teams, clubs, and student activities. Tenniswood said of Mrs. Brosky, “She has a very giving, warm heart. She is very committed to ensuring high quality teaching and learning for all students.”

She was nominated for the award by a colleague, with the support of building and district administrators and parents.

Mrs. Brosky received a framed certificate from RESA, and a $300 check for use in her classroom. The money is from the local MEEMIC agent, Insurance Specialists Agency in Marysville.

  

 

 

 
 

Listed below are the dates of when Rose Pest Solutions will be on school grounds. If you have any questions, please contact Kirk Grzelka, Director of Operations, at 810-676-1003.

Please click here for the complete 2016-17 school calendar.

                                             

The East China School District is in need of bus drivers for the 2016/17 school year. Paid training is provided. Please contact the Transportation Department at (810) 676-1100 for for further information.

Within the fiscal year 2016 budget, the Michigan Legislature commissioned a study looking at education funding in Michigan.  The study was released in late June, 2016 and while it contained many important findings, it received very little attention especially from the very body that requested and funded the study, the Michigan Legislature.  The East China Board of Education believes that the findings of the report should be publicly discussed.  At its July 25, 2016 regular meeting, the Board of Education passed a resolution calling on the Michigan Legislature to take this report seriously and begin to hold public hearings immediately.

 

Below are links to the resolution and report:

Click here for a copy of the report

Click here to view the signed resolution