Mt. Pleasant Public School Teachers undergo ‘trauma-informed school’ training

Originally published by The Morning Sun Mt. Pleasant Public Schools are equipping their teachers with knowledge on how to engage students experiencing trauma. During their professional development days on Tuesday and Wednesday, the district had a presentation to become a trauma-informed school district. “We’ve begun a process across the district to educate our staff on how […]

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Opinion | Want my vote? Pay attention to Michiganders too young to vote

Originally published by Bridge To Michigan’s candidates for state and federal office: Michigan’s children will be our next scientists, entrepreneurs, teachers, parents, laborers, artists and lawmakers. Our future depends on preparing them for education, work and life. Unfortunately, our state currently fails many of its youngest citizens. According to Kids Count, Michigan ranks at or near […]

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I am Wonder Woman

I remember my stomach fluttering and tears welling up watching Wonder Woman in a movie theater a year ago. I sat in my seat watching this character experience pain and anguish—and somehow that made her stronger and more compassionate. Nothing could defeat her. I felt like I could be Wonder Woman. I grew up around […]

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