The national Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) requires each state to submit a plan to the federal government indicating how its public education system will improve student achievement. A key requirement of this plan is addressing absences and tardies. School attendance is one of the most important indicators for success. Chronic absenteeism, identified as one […]
Three Rivers Community Schools is excited to join the Reading Now Network, a collective effort of superintendents, school boards and school districts throughout West Michigan to improve early literacy and, ultimately, student achievement across all grade levels. To learn more about the network, please click the link above. To access our district’s resolution in support […]
I had the wonderful opportunity on Friday, September 30, to visit Norton and the Middle School for monthly celebrations. We have amazing, talented, creative staff who provide opportunities for kids to celebrate themselves. It was a privilege to see! We have posted for a transportation supervisor to replace Cindy Books. Currently, we have 7 applicants. […]
The state of Michigan contracted a data-focused analysis of the revenues and expenditures of school districts in the state. The results of that study can be accessed by clicking the preceding link.
The Michigan Association of School Administrators recently featured an interview with Superintendent Logan discussing what inspires her. Michigan Association of School Administrators
Over the past year, questions have arisen regarding Three Rivers Community Schools’ role and participation in the Sports Complex project. The administration and the Board of Education always support projects and endeavors that benefit children academically, socially, emotionally, and athletically. We have not been actively involved in the project for several reasons. Three Rivers Community […]
Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the apps below. They are very popular among youth right now, but promote posting inappropriate information and pictures, and often contribute to bullying. Click on any of the images to enlarge it then use your browser’s back button to return to this screen.
Jean met with TJ Baker, the county liaison for Emergency Response. Officer Baker is very complimentary regarding the building administrators’ procedures. He plans to speak with the entire group at the next administrative meeting. Plans are underway to find an interim principal for Hoppin Elementary. It is important to note that final observations and walkthroughs […]
On March 8, 2016, Three Rivers voters will be asked to approve a Facility Improvement Millage (Sinking Fund) for Three Rivers Community Schools. Information is just now available because of legislation signed into law in January that prevented governmental agencies from providing factual information to constituents. That legislation has been put on hold, and we […]
Did you know there are only four ways to raise revenue for school districts in Michigan? The preceding link also includes information regarding how per-pupil funding has changed in the state over the past ten years.