If voters approve the millage, it will fund these services for the next 20 years, or until 2044.
Rockford’s superintendent talks about why every student should feel like they belong and what’s new in the district this year.
Edgerton Trails will be the name of the district’s new elementary building…
Seventh-grader competes against the best in D.C.
Influx in state funding creates opportunities for school support.
Proceeds from 2019 bond aim to enhance student learning…
Members work out to prepare for Jan. 2 performance…
Districts zero in on academic recovery, emotional support…
District employs a new strategy to retain teachers amid teacher shortage…Read More
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David Jangda was recently selected as WZZM’s Teacher of the Week. Click here to watch the story
Big shoes to fill, but ‘things can be different, and it can be OK’ Meet Your Administrator: Korie Wilson-Crawford By Beth Heinen Bell January 19, 2022 Rockford’s new interim superintendent,…Details
Longest-serving superintendent in Kent County steps down…
First Macy’s Thanksgiving, now Tournament of Roses…
The population at Rockford High School has grown by four paws….
Press Release Contact: Martin Ackley, Director of Public and Governmental Affairs, 517-241-4395 Bill DiSessa, Spokesperson, 517-335-6649 Rockford Bus Driver Selected As 2019 Education Support Staff Professional of…Details
What a great start to the year for READING! Cannonsburg and Crestwood Elementary were fortunate to have national author, Sandra Markle, visit their schools this month. Scholastic helped make this…Details
With the launch of the 2019-20 school year, Rockford Public Schools is excited to announce the opening of the new Creative Teaching and Learning Center at Rockford High School. The…Details
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ROCKFORD, MI – Ginger Zee, chief meteorologist for ABC News and Rockford High School graduate, spent Friday, April 26, with Rockford middle schoolers talking about her passion for science and…Details
Second and third grade students at Meadow Ridge Elementary participate in “Clue-Me-In”. “Clue-Me-In” is a reading program that consists of students reading from a selection of books from different genres.…Details
Students at North Rockford Middle School will soon be seeing a new member of the school counseling department and she will belong to the whole school. Chillie, a 3-year old…Details