East Lansing Schools

Community Conversation about Race Set to Happen

Friday, April 20, 2018

Following up on the request of ELHS student Alex Hosey, the City of East Lansing and the Human Relations Commission will be hosting an inaugural “community conversation about race” next Wednesday evening.

Steve Whelan Looks Back as Next Chapter Begins

Thursday, April 19, 2018

"The paramedic said my name," says Whelan. "Having someone say your name in a situation like that is amazing. It was a student I had helped a couple times years before, and there he was, right there for me when I was in desperate need." Ann Kammerer has the story.

ELHS Alumni Congratulate the Class of 2018: Tanya Kantner May

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

In the third of a series, ELi's Ann Kammerer profiles East Lansing High School graduates who live, work and retain ties in EL. From now through early June, we'll feature their reflections and informal advice to the graduating class.

Outcome of Meridian Lawsuit Could Impact EL School Numbers

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Walnut Hills Country Club closed recently, and the new owner is suing Meridian Township for the right to build hundreds of single family homes on the land. ELi's Jessy Gregg tells you why this could affect numbers in East Lansing schools.

ELHS Alumni Congratulate the Class of 2018: Katie Doyal

Friday, April 13, 2018

In the second of a series, ELi's Ann Kammerer profiles East Lansing High School graduates who live, work and retain ties in EL. From now through early June, we'll feature their reflections and informal advice to the graduating class.

School Board Covers Red Cedar’s Future, School Security, and Sex Ed

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Earlier this week, the EL School Board had its first discussion about how Red Cedar Elementary will be used after it serves as a temporary base for the students of Glencairn, Pinecrest, Marble and Whitehills as their buildings are demolished and rebuilt. ELi's Ann Nichols reports.

ELHS Girls Basketball Advances to State Finals

Friday, March 16, 2018

Maintaining its undefeated record this season, this afternoon the ELHS Trojan girls’ basketball team defeated the Wayne Memorial Zebras 60-52 in the state semifinals. ELHS sophomore Lucas Walters reports for ELi.

Whitehills and Pinecrest Elementaries Next on Rebuild List

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

"It is not known yet where the populations of Whitehills and Pinecrest will be during the 2019-2020 school year because neither of their sites can support a new building without demolishing the current building. One group will move to Red Cedar and the other will go to the old Donley building." ELi's Karessa Wheeler reports.

 

EL School Board Formal Resolution: No Guns in Schools

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Members of the East Lansing Schools Board of Trustees unanimously approved a resolution opposing all guns in all schools “other than those carried by trained law enforcement.” Karessa Wheeler has the story.

Firecracker Foundation Offers Daylong Seminar on Child Sexual Abuse

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

A local nonprofit will host an educational panel and discussion for parents, guardians and staff of the East Lansing School District on how to prevent, identify and support children and families who have experienced sexual abuse and trauma. Ann Kammerer reports.

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