MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) — This week’s Meijer Scholar Athlete is Reeths-Puffer High School senior Jazmin Wright-Zornes.
Jazmin is a multi-sport athlete who plays basketball and runs cross country.
She is very passionate about community engagement and helping others. Thats why she’s involved in student council and the national honors society, she said.
She has a 4.16 GPA and has three advanced placement classes.
After high school, she plans to attend Central Michigan Universty to study medicine and is living by the saying, “Do what you love, and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.”
“I love the idea of helping people,” she said, “and my mom always told me when I was looking for a career to pursue that I should look for something that I don’t have to work, and I think I found that in the job I want to go into, just helping others.”
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Ratings….RP Vocal Fusion received an Excellent with Superior distinction qualifying for State along with ES soloists: Maria Nolan (perfect score), Isabel Guerra, Cassidy Briggs. Performers receiving Excellent ratings qualifying for State were: Kaylynn Moschke, Kyle Goltz, Morgan Perez, Anna Compton, and Mara Mohammed. Eli Nichols, received a Good/State qualifier rating. Kami Seewald, and Annalisa Christensen received Good ratings for their performances.
Congratulations go out to all singers! We’re very proud of you!
Accessing teacher calendars just became much easier! All staff have transitioned to Google Calendars as our platform of communications to both students and parents. The video below will show you how easy it is to add teacher calendars.
Please consider adding the teacher calendars to stay closely connected to the learning taking place in all classes.
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With the recent release of last spring’s M-Step results, parents (students too!) might find this video helpful as you review your student’s results.
The MEAP is now gone, and our Rockets took the new M-STEP for the first time last year.
The M-STEP measures student performance on a strong set of higher standards in English language arts and mathematics. Instead of bubble sheets and multiple-choice tests, students are showing critical thinking, problem solving, and deeper understanding.
Fast-forwarding from the MEAP to the M-STEP is a big deal. With the change of the test, all Michigan schools expected the results to look different. R-Pestablished a new baseline that provides a better picture of what students know and where they need help.
The report you received included a breakdown of how your child performed within each subject. The report can help you, as a parent, to understand where your children excel or where they may need additional support.
Reeths-Puffer Schools are continually looking forward to plan for what students need to leverage their success in post-secondary education and careers.
Reeths-Puffer Schools are using all data available to guide decisions and support student learning needs.
If your student has a GPA of 3.3 or higher and a 3.5 or higher Citizenship score they may qualify for the Early College Program!! Students with 2.5-3.29 GPA and 3.5 or higher Citizenship score may also qualify if they can obtain 2 letters of recommendation: one from their English and one from their Math teachers stating that they could be successful at the college level.
What is the Early College Program?
Early College Muskegon County (ECMC) is a program that allows students to extend high school by one year in order to earn both their high school diploma and up to 62 college credits from MCC. This will be a three-year commitment. FREE tution and books during their 11th, 12th and 13th year!
To learn more about the ECMC program please attend an informative meeting on Wednesday, January 27th at 6:00pm in the Reeths-Puffer Band Room www.earlycollege.muskegonisd.org. I have attached their brochure as well.
We look forward to seeing you on Wednesday, January 27th @ 6pm (R-P HS Band Room.
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The camp runs from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. every day from June 20th through June 24th. The production of We are Monsters will be at 4:00 p.m. on Friday, June 24th. Tickets are FREE! The seating is general admission.
The cost of the camp is $165.00. Cash, check or credit card may be used for payment. A $5.00 surcharge for credit cards will be applied. A deposit of $50.00 will hold a place for your student. Full payment will be due one month prior to the camp (May 20th). Refunds are available up to one month prior to the camp. Contact Adrianne Lewis for more details at 231.736.7022. All photos taken during the workshop may be used for promotional advertising.
Registration form is presented below (print and mail).