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To Hold Boys Basketball Camps

To Hold Boys  Basketball Camps

COOPERSVILLE, MI -  BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP 2011 for 3rd, 4th and 5th  Grade Boys  on June 1, June 3, June 7, June 9, from  days: 3:45p.m. - 5:30p.m. at the South Elementary gym and BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP for 6th, 7th and 8th Grade Boys will be May 31, June 2, June 6, June 8 from 2:45p.m -4:30p.m at the Middle School Gyms.

The cost is $25 per person and will include: Ball-handling drills, Shooting drills, Scrimmages, Games and prizes. A basketball  will be given to every participant. Please feel free to invite friends or relatives from other schools. 

Michigan Industrial & Technology Education Society Awards

Michigan Industrial & Technology Education Society Awards

COOPERSVILLE, MI - The Michigan Industrial & Technology Education Society (MITES) has announced the winners of the 2011 Competition and Coopersville high school students have done well. Over ninety-five students participated in the MITES competition this year. Eight students earned a first place, Nine earned a second place, eleven earned a third place and the CHS building team also earned a third place! Congratulations to all the students that entered projects into the competition.

High School Art Show

High School Art Show

COOPERSVILLE, MI - The Art students of Coopersville High School showed their wares on Thursday May 5, 2011. Seniors displayed their portfolios on their own table. This show features the works of all the artists and celebrates what each student has to contribute. These increadible works of art are a tribute to the art program directed by art teachers Donna St. John and Lindsey Hanson. To see more of these works find us on Facebook. Search Coopersville Area Public Schools.

FFA to hold Flower Sale

FFA to hold Flower Sale

COOPERSVILLE, MI - FFA To hold plant sale. The Coopersville Chapter of the Future Farmers of America (FFA) is holding it's annual plant sale just in time for Mother's Day. Students have created a wonderful selection of flowering plants. The plants may be purchased at the Coopersville High School greenhouse located in the West end of the high school. Plants range in price from $3.00 - $15.00. Hours are: Friday May 6 from 3:00 p.m.-7:00p.m. Saturday from 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m., and again on Monday and Tuesday from 3:00p.m. -7:00 p.m. Come and see what they have to offer and help out a great cause!

Bus Safety With Tigger

Bus Safety With Tigger

COOPERSVILLE, MI - Safety and security is paramount at Coopersville Area Public Schools. So much so that three of the district's drivers volunteer their time to help transition the preschool students who will be attending Kindergarten next year. In the classroom the drivers and Tigger discuss the bus rules and safety issues. Then students get to board a bus and learn how to apply the rules. This informal setting helps students feel at ease on the bus and helps to reduce the first day jitters. A big thank you goes out to Julie Lothschutz, Tigger (Kris Crater) and Jodi Cardosa for volunteering their time and talents to help some of our youngest Coopersville students.

Electrathon Ready to Compete

Electrathon Ready to Compete

COOPERSVILLE, MI - The suspense  builds as the students of the Coopersville High School Electrathon team prepare for the 18th season of racing. The Advanced Engineering students have dedicated numerus hours throughout the school year to assemble and race the best car’s possible, hoping to have cars 222 and 333 to be the first to cross the finish line have a checkered flag waving strong.

CAYAC Grants Over $8500.00

CAYAC Grants Over $8500.00

COOPERSVILLE, MI - The Coopersville Area Youth Advisory Committee (CAYAC) recently granted over $8,500 to area projects. The committee which manages a fund held with the Coopersville Area Community Foundation grants monies based on the interest that the fund earns. Under the direction of CAYAC Advisor Mrs. Mary Nash, students learn all about the granting process from applications all the way to awarding the monies. Students then get to watch the fruits of their labors as each project unfolds. These grants provide those little "extras" that make Coopersville such a wonderful place to live. Many thanks to the students of CAYAC for their diligence in this granting process. (A special thanks to Kerri Snowdin and Jen Rotach for the photos.)