Albion schools

7:09 am
Tue April 1, 2014

WSW: A High School Merger That Could be a Model in Michigan

Albion students travel 13 miles everyday to attend Marshall High School
Credit Lon Horwedel, Bridge Magazine

WestSouthwest with Ron French


Bridge Magazine examined what has happened this school year since students from Albion began attending high school in Marshall.

Read more
7:04 am
Mon March 31, 2014

Albion Students Staying on Track in Marshall

Lead in text: 
Overall grade point average has dropped slightly for students who attended Albion last year
MARSHALL - Albion students have stayed on track academically and behaviorally at Marshall High School, calming the fears of some who'd opposed the merger when it was first approved last spring. But a steady rate of disciplinary action against Albion students has equated to an increase in the rate of punished students at Marshall High.
8:18 pm
Sun March 30, 2014

Albion Rallies Around K-8 Distrcit

Lead in text: 
This is first school year of combined high school for Albion and Marshall
ALBION - A school bus pulled up outside Albion's First United Methodist Church on a recent Tuesday, and a handful of kids poured out. Backpacks slung over their shoulders, the students - most of them older, nearing high school age, but one of them in an upper elementary grade - were greeted at the door by an assistant teacher and an intern from Kellogg Community College.
6:45 am
Wed March 12, 2014

Albion Splits Superintendent-Principal Positions

Lead in text: 
Jerri-Lynn Williams-Harper announced resignation in December, but said she might stay if jobs were separated
ALBION - The Albion Board of Education voted Tuesday to split its superintendent and principal positions, giving Superintendent Jerri-Lynn Williams-Harper the chance to stay with the district three months after she announced her resignation.
7:26 pm
Mon February 24, 2014

Albion Superintendent Willing to Stay on Part-Time

Lead in text: 
Jerri Lynn-Williams has served as both principal and superintendent of kindergarten through eighth grade students in Albion
ALBION - Jerri-Lynn Williams-Harper said Monday she would stay on as superintendent of Albion Public Schools - even part-time - if the school board split the superintendent and principal positions. Williams-Harper announced in December she would resign from Albion at the end of this school year "to take some other pathways."