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High school grad requirements revised with new legislation

Two new bills (HB 4465 and HB 4466) passed by Governor Rick Snyder's desk last week that revise high school graduation requirements as they relate to math, foreign language, health and physical education, the arts and giving students more options and flexibility....more >>
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Creating little Edisons

The next generation of Thomas Edisons was cultivated in Oxford last week as Camp Invention returned to Clear Lake Elementary. During the week-long enrichment program, participants learned valuable problem-solving and teamwork skills while enhancing their knowledge of science and math....more >>
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Born March 26th
1880: Duncan Hines, U.S. restaurant guide author
1904: Joseph Campbell, folklorist and writer.
1911: Tennessee Williams, American dramatist (Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, A Streetcar Name Desire).
1914: William Westmoreland, U.S. army general during the Vietnam War.
1923: Bob Elliot, radio comedian, one half of Bob and Ray.
March 26th
in history
1832: Famed western artist George Catlin begins his voyage up the Missouri River aboard the American Fur Company steamship Yellowstone.
1885: Eastman Film Co. manufactures the first commercial motion picture film.
1913: The Balkan allies take Adrianople.
1918: On the Western Front, the Germans take the French towns Noyon, Roye and Lihons.
1938: Herman Goering warns all Jews to leave Austria.