Katie (Pantlind) Michell's 1991 graduating class had only 130 students, one of the smallest in the school's history. Today she's back at the high school, teaching English and running the East Vision newspaper. "Keep your eyes and ears open to where you can best use your talents," she says. "If it’s here, then great."
The Foundation and the middle school's Champions of Diversity Committee are teaming up to provide diversity training for students.
Dave Snyder '86 is a chef and the owner of the Halyard Restaurant Group in St. Simon's Island, Georgia. His advice on how to get ahead is pretty simple: Work harder than the next guy.
What does it look like to be an elementary student in Haiti? Thanks to the East Grand Rapids Schools Foundation and the William O. VandenBerg Scholarship, two Breton teachers are about to find out firsthand.
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David Howitt '86 still remembers home football games. "Reeds Lake in the distance, the sound of the marching band."
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A fun day and night of hockey for Pioneer players young and...not so young.
Cold Case Solved: Bill Spindle '81 Confesses to Senior Prank! (and talks about his globe-trotting career as a writer for the Wall Street Journal)