Rockford Public School

Rams fall to Hudsonville 42-30 in OK Red tilt

February 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

The Rockford wrestling team journeyed to Hudsonville for an OK Red dual meet on Wednesday, January 21st in search of their first league triumph against the Eagles. Pins were the rule of the day as the two squads combined for eleven pins in the 14 matches contested. Unfortunately for the Rams it was the home squad that garnered six of the pins en route to a 42-30 decision. [...]

One injured in three-vehicle crash that included bus

April 26, 2012 // 0 Comments

by CINDY M. CRANMER Photos courtesy of WZZM 13 Rockford school officials and police stated that a tire did not break loose from a Rockford bus as witnesses and early media agencies originally reported during a three-vehicle crash that seriously injured a woman. “A car struck the front tire of the bus, knocking off the lug nuts on the front tire, traveling down the side [...]

EDUCATION BLACKBOARD

April 5, 2012 // 0 Comments

SCHOOL BEAT Be the Change by PRINCIPAL LARRY WATTERS Parkside Elementary School In the past few months as many adults were struggling with sticking to their New Year’s resolutions, a group of Rockford fourth-grade students were presented the opportunity to resolve themselves to making a difference in the world. Their task was to take two dollars and use it in some way [...]

Rockford Rams sign on for future football

February 9, 2012 // 0 Comments

Six players sign letters of intent for college Rockford football players (l–r) Steve Mette, Mark LaPrairie, Ben Braden, Anthony DeDamos, Aaron Weston and Matt Boonstra attend a National Letter of Intent Day event at Celebration Cinema on Wednesday, Jan. 31. Six Rockford Rams football players were among athletes who signed letters of intent with the college or university [...]

SCHOOL BEAT

January 12, 2012 // 0 Comments

Study Better, Not Longer by ADAM BURKHOLDER Assistant Principal Rockford High School Quite often, when working with both parents and students, you hear and perhaps you have experienced, “I studied for two hours and still didn’t perform well on the test!” The question that should then be posed is how did they study? Students more times than not are quick to own up to [...]
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