North Rockford Middle School

Student earns full-ride arts scholarship

September 10, 2009 // 0 Comments

CREATIVE—North Rockford Middle School student Riana Hain-Gachiri, 13, is selected as a young artist to display artwork in the “Experience Blue Lake” celebration at the University of Michigan next summer. ‘If you really want to accomplish something, you can do it’ Riana Hain-Gachiri, 13, may have a future in the world of art. The student who began her second year [...]

Hill finishes fifth in 800-meter event

July 16, 2009 // 0 Comments

Maja Hill, a seventh-grade student at North Rockford Middle School, finishes fifth out of 17 Michigan qualifiers in the 800-meter event (11- to 12-year-olds) at the Hershey Track & Field Games ’09 Michigan State Championships held at Holt Field in Lansing on Friday, July [...]

Michigan House recognizes Belmont youth volunteer

April 30, 2009 // 0 Comments

SPIRIT AWARD—State Rep. Tom Pearce, right, welcomed to the Michigan Capitol today Courtney Fedeson and her parents Brian and Jodi Fedeson. Courtney has been named one of Michigan’s two top youth volunteers to receive the 14th Annual Prudential Spirit of Community Award. Pearce invites ‘Spirit’ recipient Courtney Fedeson to Lansing State Rep. Tom Pearce [...]

North Rockford Middle School’s James

April 30, 2009 // 0 Comments

James Spencer Staley   A kind-hearted person quick to lend a helping hand James Spencer Staley, age 13, is North Rockford Middle School’s Example in Excellence for 2009. Jamie, son of Eric and Caroline Staley and brother to Katherine and Michael, is a kind-hearted person with a polite and positive manner and always quick to lend a helping hand. He is a dedicated, [...]

Good Citizen

April 15, 2009 // 0 Comments

Quinn Deyer, age 13, of North Rockford Middle School, visited Rockford City Hall on Monday, April 13 to enjoy a City Council meeting. Deyer said he was attending to satisfy a requirement for a history class. Before the meeting started Rockford Mayor Chi Chi Rogers introduced herself and welcomed Deyer. Deyer was joined by several residents who spoke to council about [...]
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