Friday, May 17, 2013
Share the night's memories from MacRay Harbor by uploading your Lakeview High School prom pictures here.
What were this year's most popular gown colors? Did most girls wearing their hair up or down? Did you see anyone rocking a top hat and cane? The answers are in the photos. We want you to share your photo memories of the 2013 Lakeview High School prom on Patch. Share your pics by clicking the button above that says, "Upload Photos and Videos," Hope you had a wonderful prom night, Lakeview!
Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Members of Lakeview High School's Huskies With Heart presented a banner Monday to the St. Clair Shores Police Department as a way to thank department personnel during National Police Week.
Lakeview High School students presented a banner Monday to the St. Clair Shores Police Department to thank department personnel during National Police Week. Members of the Lakeview High School’s Junior Optimist Club “Huskies with Heart,” who received a $130 donation of returnable bottles and cans this past winter from the St. Clair Shores Police Officers union, made the presentation.
Monday, May 13, 2013
Nearly 1,500 Macomb Community College students graduated Friday. What advice would you give graduates from Macomb, and other colleges and universities?
Macomb Community College recognized the accomplishments of approximately 1,500 students Friday who received associate degrees at commencement exercises at the Macomb Sports & Expo Center in Warren. Carissa Greenhow, 21, of Detroit, was the the Most Distinguished Graduate at the college's 89th commencement exercises. Share your photos from commencement exercises at Macomb, and other colleges and universities on Patch. Also, share your tips for success for these new graduates in comments belo.
Friday, May 10, 2013
Readers of St. Clair Shores Patch react to a proposal in the Michigan State House of Representatives that would eliminate the foreign language requirement for graduation.
Hoping to free up more options for students when it comes to high school electives, the House Education Committee approved two bills in Lansing on Tuesday that would eliminate the foreign language requirement for graduation. Currently the following languages are taught at high schools in St. Clair Shores: By eliminating the two-year foreign language requirement, the proposal hopes to give students not headed to college more vocational options in school, but the Michigan Department of Education opposes the bill, according to the Detroit News. "Students, regardless of post-secondary plans, will benefit tremendously with at least one additional language to be competitive in the global marketplace," spokesman Martin Ackley said in the report…
Monday, May 6, 2013
Tuesday is Teacher Appreciation Day. Who is a teacher past or present in St. Clair Shores who has made a difference in your life, or your child's life?
Teachers are being honored across St. Clair Shores for their work in the classroom, assisting in after-school activities and contributing to the community. Patch wants to recognize teachers past and present who have made a difference in your life, and in the lives of your children. Reader Marsha Salome previously shared a story about a teacher, and school, that made a difference for her son, Peter. "My son is affected by autism and had a successful inclusion experience at Koepsell Education Center, one of the elementary schools in the South Lake district. Autism is a neurologically based disorder that can affect behavior, socialization, and language as well as cause/contribute to sensory impairment. Peter joined Koepsell in kindergarten…
Sunday, April 28, 2013
Jefferson Middle School posted a blog about the efforts of the 6th grade Accelerated Social Studies students who raised $1,306.59 for the Save the Children Foundation.
St. Clair Shores Patch recaps the news of the week.
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Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Lake Shore senior Matt Romanowski received the Shorians' first Academics, Citizenship and Team (ACT) scholarship sponsored by Great Dane Heating & Air Conditioning.
Lake Shore senior football player Matt Romanowski is the first recipient of Shorians' Academics, Citizenship and Team award sponsored by Great Dane Heating & Air Conditioning in Clinton Township. Romanowski, who holds a 3.85 grade point average and will be attending Greensboro College next year, was honored Tuesday and received the $500 check from Great Dane owner Josh Bigelow. "The community has helped us so much, it is the least we could do give back to the community," said Bigelow, a Lake Shore parent himself. "For me to give back to the community, it just seemed like the right place to start." Bigelow also has a niece in who attend the high school, and his daughter is in seventh grade at Kennedy Middle School. This is not the first …
The college remains open Wednesday as a threat is checked out at the Clinton Township campus.
Macomb Community College will heighten security measures Wednesday to explore a "dated, non-specific threat of violence" at the Clinton Township campus. The college said it will remain open for classes as MCC asks faculty, students and staff for their patience while the security checks take place. The steps come in light of the discovery of a threat written in the men's bathroom in the R building. The college says there's no indication that the threat is credible, but are asking any unusual activity to be reported to campus police, according to the college. "Part of the threat included the number 4-24, 4-24," Casandra Ulbrich, of MCC, told ClickonDetroit.com , which reported trained dogs swept the campus this morning. Ulbrich also told …
Sunday, April 21, 2013
St. Clair Shores Patch recaps the news of the week.
Miss the latest local headlines from this past week? Here's a rundown of stories in town: