After learning about information technology at the Tech Center, one student has returned to AAESA as a full time employee. Ethan Trobeck is the new Technology Support Specialist.
Parents will make theatrical history at Plainwell High School this year by opening the spring musical with a big song and lots of laughs.
Wayland hosted the Regional 4 Odyssey of the Mind competition at Wayland Union High School, where over sixty teams were featured. WUS had four teams in the competition.
The students of Allegan Alternative High School received this year's "Spirit of Allegan" Award from the Allegan Chamber of Commerce.
There is no place Plainwell Kindergarten teacher Chad Boender will not go to for his students.
Otsego's Washington Street Elementary students were putting their love into a special project this Valentine's Day that will help children in the hospital keep warm and feel better.
Each Sycamore Elementary student engaged in the scientific investigatory process by developing an experiment to answer a question about a real-world context or problem.
It’s been a win-win. From interventions in core classes to enriching students’ talents, a lot happens during Otsego Middle School's WIN time.
February was a very busy month for five of the Plainwell Community Schools bands as they prepared for the District Band Festival and hosted it too.
ALL IN is an effort to move AAESA and its local districts forward into the MakerSpace world. The name and logo represent the mission, which is to inspire INvention and INnovation with the INclusion of all students.
Teachers Casey Demmink and Cierra Onken received a grant from the Michigan Association of Administrators of Special Education for sensory swimming at the YMCA.
The Michigan Department of Education recently released the state score cards for all schools in Michigan.
The Hopkins High School Chamber Choir students traveled to East Kentwood High School to take part in the District Solo & Ensemble Festival.
The Allegan Area Technical & Education Center is undergoing the first major expansion in its 27 year history with a 12,000 square foot addition.
Allegan students at West Ward Elementary and L.E. White Middle School now have 3D printers to help them exercise hands-on learning of technology.
He's a leader on the field, but also in life. Teen Leadership students heard from WMU running back, Jamauri Bogan, on what they can do now to be better leaders.
Hopkins FFA Chapter had an outstanding showing at the District FFA Leadership Contests. Twenty-three members competed at Van Buren Tech Center.
Wayland Middle School 8th graders played a Breakout EDU game using clues from Romeo & Juliet, a unit they are studying in their language arts class.
Three students, in four events, represented Martin High School at Solo & Ensemble at West Ottawa High School.
Brooke Galloway has been chosen as this year’s DAR Good Citizen by the Otsego High School staff for her dependability, service, leadership and patriotism.
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