At Monday night's Board of Education meeting both the Board President and the Acting Superintendent acknowledged that many residents still have concerns about the recent passage of the school millage. As the process begins, both stated their commitment to seeking public input.
Although no formal reccomendation has been made, ELPS Acting Superintendent Dori Leyko told Board members at last night's meeting that she may ask them for a smaller increase in Schools of Choice openings for next year than was asked last year.
What would passage of the East Lansing Public School bond on May 2 really mean for property owners in the school district in terms of increased taxes? We've crunched the numbers and we bring you the answer.
The East Lansing School Board heard about the growth and popularity of its music programs at Monday night's meeting. They also listened to teachers requesting that the current health insurance plan be continued despite its comparatively high cost to the District.
At last night's regular meeting, the East Lansing Board of Education approved curriculum recommendations from its Sex Ed Advisory Board, including a decision not to adopt an optional unit on condom use for sixth grade students.
Four parents have told the East Lansing School Board that it should "halt and review" a program called Intercultural Dialogue, an eight-week workshop between students at East Lansing High School and MSU's Residential College of Arts & Letters.
The School Board voted unanimously last night to protect students regardless of their immigration status, including by protecting them from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials to the extent legally possible.