Monday night's ELPS Board meeting covered a lot of ground, including updates to the Sex Ed curriculum, changes to make buses less crowded, and a District policy on dealing with ICE. Karessa Wheeler reports.
East Lansing School Board member Yasmina Bouraoui has announced that she will retire from the Board later this month; the Board is accepting letters of interest as a first step in filling the empty seat. Karessa Wheeler reports.
At the first public forum on elementary renovations, existing plans were presented and citizens spoke up about concerns including bike-friendliness, road and sidewalk fixes and sustainable lunch trays. Karessa Wheeler reports.
The East Lansing School Board and City Council had some disagreement Monday night about children biking to school, and bike-to-school advocates see tonight's Community Forum as a chance to make some long-awaited headway on this issue.
East Lansing Public Schools' Walk to School Day is this Wednesday. The event promotes the health, environmental and social benefits of walking to school at least one day a week. Linda Roush Nuttall reports.
“We are asking to reduce the size of Pinecrest by moving programming to Red Cedar immediately, increasing our interventionist to full time immediately and adding a restorative justice person immediately,” Alwin said. “Our whole school is failing and we need attention.”
Eli reporter, ELHS student and marching band member John Paul Roboski explains what it means for the band to compete for the first time - and why all the hard work of being in marching band is totally worth it.
A generous grant from LACT and space donated by the East Lansing Public Library gave eight teenagers a chance to take the first steps towards becoming citizen reporters. Program participant Grace Bargerstock reports.