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SNAP!

SNAP!

By Balinda Zimmerman SNAP is the acronym for Students Needing Accepting Peers. It is a program for students at Milan High School that pairs them with peers. The advisor for the program is 11th grade Counselor, Christina Barbara who says, “The purpose of this group is to increase social connections between the students in our special education Transitional Skills […]

Hutchison, Electrical Apprentice of the Year accepts award in D.C.

Hutchison, Electrical Apprentice of the Year accepts award in D.C.

By Milan Eagle Media Harry Hutchison Jr. from Tecumseh , Michigan was nominated and voted the number one Electrical Apprentice of the year across the United States, Canada , Guam and Puerta Rico. His Instructor informed him he had submitted his name and that he had been chosen. Last month they sent a video crew […]

McNatt named Superintendent

McNatt named Superintendent

Press release President Kimberly Samuelson, on behalf of the Lincoln Consolidated Schools Board of Education, is pleased to announce Mr. Sean McNatt has been named Superintendent starting July 1, 2016. Mr. McNatt has been serving as Interim Superintendent since November. During his 18 years working in education, Mr. McNatt has taught business and history at […]

GMACF announces acceptance of grant applications

Press release The Greater Milan Area Community Foundation (GMACF) will accept grant applications from Milan nonprofit and Community groups, June 1 – July 15, 2016.  Grants can be applied for through the GMACF.org website during that period.  Grants will be awarded to groups that improve the cultural, economic, educational and environmental quality of life in the […]

Wahl Foundation Awards ‘UNthink My School’ Grant to Milan Middle School

Press release Milan, MI, April 4th, 2016—The Wahl Foundation, in partnership with the National Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), has awarded one of its $2,000 “UNthink My School” grants to Milan Middle School in Milan, MI. Last spring, Milan Middle School began the continuing process of designing, building, and maintaining a functioning Sensory Garden […]