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‘WHAT WE DO' MAGAZINE, SPRING 2015
‘We weren't going to let her give up'
Read the inspiring story of a teen-age girl whose life is back on track, thanks to the Virtual Learning Academy and several other RESA programs doing whatever it took to help her overcome some big obstacles. Also inside the spring issue of the St. Clair County RESA magazine, What We Do: how the county truancy officer fights for kids, and how a new summer program shows RESA is listening to local employers.
Read those stories and more
New video: ‘Welcome to Tunnel City’
RESA's latest Moment in History video, Welcome to Tunnel City, takes a look at the construction of the St. Clair rail tunnel in 1890. This amazing feat led the city of Port Huron to become known as "Tunnel City." The DVD is $10 and the Blu-ray is $20. Copies can be picked up at the front desk of the RESA administration building or ordered for an additional $2 to cover shipping. For more information, call Susan Rutkofske at (810) 455-4149 or send her email.
View other available episodes
ACT and SAT resources
- ACT PREP CLASSES: KnowHow2GO will offer ACT Prep classes again this fall for any student planning to re-take the ACT. For more information, CLICK HERE .
- SAT RESOURCES: For resources and up-to-date information about Michigan's transition to the SAT in 2016, CLICK HERE.
Great Start Readiness Programs help 4-year-olds learn
GSRP is Michigan's state-funded preschool program for four-year-old children with factors that may place them at risk. Parents can submit an application online for their child to attend a Great Start Readiness Program. Children must meet eligibility and age criteria. Click here for more information and to submit information to determine if your child qualifies.
Read the latest edition of THE WOODLAND WORD
'Victory day' is a winner for students
Here is what you'll read in the latest edition of Woodland's newsletter, The Woodland Word:
– Woodland, Port Huron High students share some fun
– Balanced calendar gets off to a good start
– New school social worker enjoys students, staff
Read the SEPTEMBER 2015 issue
Imagination Library offers free books
Children's books are arriving at the homes of youngsters from newborns through age 5 across St. Clair County. The books come at no cost to the family. RESA and the United Way of St. Clair County are partners in underwriting locally Dolly Parton's Imagination Library program.
Find out more about the program and how to register
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