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ODE to the Desert

A tumbleweed soaring.

A snake snoring.

Fire Ants leading.

Cacti feeding.

The scorpion stinging.

The palm tree springing.

                                                  I take a picture of a bird. 10 more words

Sunset School

Power of Home Visits

Reflecting upon current or past practices is the by far the best learning moments a teacher can take to improve. As I am in the midst of the final term of the school year, I am reminded of all the challenges I have faced this year. 640 more words

Secondary Education

Have you met Yadira?

Hello everyone! My name is Yadira and I’m the new Graduate Admissions Counselor here in the Elliott School Grad Admissions Office! My duties in admissions include Visa processing for international students, local recruitment, managing our social media accounts, and always having snacks and candy ready for when the munchies strike :) 133 more words


GRCC In the News, 4-12-17

Kellogg Foundation to fund GR mayor’s racial equity project

April 11, 2017; MLive

GRAND RAPIDS, MI – The Battle Creek-based W.K. Kellogg Foundation has announced it will be providing a $300,000 grant for Mayor Rosalynn Bliss’ Racial Equity Initiative announced during her State of the City address last month. 105 more words


I am very pleased to announce the launch of the Voucher of E-Business Portfolio: HumberVEB.com

The website features the projects we’ve been working on so far, as well as information for potential business partners and future VEB team members. 11 more words


How many clubs is too many clubs?

by Eden McEwen ‘17

Who remembers club fair? The throngs of underclassmen and overeager club leaders put on the show of a festival, offering everything from mini donuts to fun sized candies to samosas as not so subtle bribes for student emails and half hearted pledges of  interest. 776 more words