RHS Arts Student of the Week, Lyssa Daniels

This week’s RHS Arts Student of the Week is Senior Lyssa Daniels, nominated by theater teacher Kaelynn VanBuren. In nominating Daniels, VanBuren says, “During our summer stock production of Urinetown, Lyssa really found a new level of creativity. As her teacher and director I was impressed by her growth and commitment.” An arts lover, Daniels participates […]

Supplies For Students making a difference and has its biggest event yet

Have you seen a flyer attached to your mailbox this August? It was probably the Rockford High School Supplies for Students flyer that seems to turn up around this time of year asking for donations of new or gently used school supplies and books. This year the high school club has formed a partnership with […]

Michigan Department of Education’s Scorecard Changes in Measuring Accountabilit

  As part of the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001, Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) was created as a way to measure educational standards within public schools. In Michigan, AYP measured year-to-year student achievement on the MEAP for elementary and middle schools and the Michigan Merit Examination (MME) for high schools. Other […]

Rockford Education Foundation welcomes new board members

The Rockford Education Foundation (REF) has named Duncan Purvis and Erin Wenger to its Board of Trustees. They replace REF Trustees Theresa Webb and Marianne McWatters, who retired from the board this summer. Erin is honored and excited about being a Trustee for the REF. She is currently works part-time and is the mother of […]

Odyssey of the Mind is gearing up for a new season of creativity

Rockford has long held a tradition of creative, spontaneous hard working Odyssey of the Mind teams, led and supported by our encouraging community and this season Odyssey is ready to make another exciting and creative run to World Finals held at Iowa State University! To hear all the details – how, when, why and more. […]