Marshall schools

We Are One
7:31 pm
Tue October 22, 2013

WestSouthwest: Battle Creek Enquirer e-book examines race and diversity in Battle Creek

Cover of "We Are One"
Credit Battle Creek Enquirer

Battle Creek Enquirer reporter Justin Hinkley opens We Are One with a story about his fourth grade class at Post Elementary School. 

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6:14 am
Wed July 3, 2013

Battle Creek Public Schools approves Marshall running Challenge Academy

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Battle Creek school officials did not bid on running the academy because of budgetary concerns
Battle Creek Public Schools' drawn-out breakup with the Michigan Youth Challenge Academy on Tuesday continued to carry all the hallmarks of any other long-term relationship coming to a close. In a brief special meeting, the BCPS Board of Education voted 6-0, with board Secretary Todd Stagner absent, to approve a resolution granting Marshall Public Schools permission to run the Challenge Academy within BCPS's boundaries.
6:18 am
Fri May 31, 2013

Marshall School Board approves agreement to accept Albion high school students

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One-year agreement would be renewed each year until one of the two district opts out.
MARSHALL - The Marshall Board of Education unanimously approved an agreement that will send Albion high schoolers west to Marshall High for their education in the fall. Marshall board members and Albion Board of Education President Al Pheley, who was in the audience, said the deal, called the Cooperative Education Program Agreement, is a historic -- and exciting -- move for both districts.
7:14 am
Wed May 29, 2013

Battle Creek activist protests closing of Albion High School

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Albion School Board voted May 14th to close high school
Bobby Holley left Battle Creek Central High School, planning to crawl to Albion to protest the closure of Albion High.
7:31 am
Thu May 23, 2013

Forum held in Marshall on merger of high school with Albion

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Vote on cooperative agreement is scheduled for next week
MARSHALL - Marshall Karen Diatta was the first to speak. She was fairly new to Marshall, she said, and her youngest child was in the the city's elementary school system. In her short time in the historic town, Diatta said she has quickly noticed that the school system creates a strong bond among students early on.