Here’s your guide to what’s happening in East Grand Rapids the week of October 21-26, brought to you by the East Grand Rapids Schools Foundation:
Schools: The Board of Education meets Monday at 6pm at Woodcliff. And there’s no school Friday K-12 because of Parent Teacher Conferences
High School: There are Parent Teacher Conferences Monday and Wednesday from 4-7pm and Friday from 8-11am. And the ACT is offered Saturday.
Middle School: Monday is a 2 Day. The Book Fair is Monday through Friday. Parent Teacher Conferences are Tuesday and Thursday from 4-7pm and Friday from 8-11am. Thursday is Bridges Day. And the Art Club meets Thursday at 3:30pm.
Breton Downs: Parent Teacher Conferences are Tuesday from 4-7pm. Fourth graders have a field trip Wednesday. Fifth graders have Day of Caring Thursday.
Lakeside: Parent Teacher Conferences are Tuesday from 4-7pm.
Wealthy: Parent Teacher Conferences are Tuesday from 4-7pm.
Sports: For complete sports schedules, visit egrathletics.org. Here’s the varsity schedule (results are in italics):
Boys Water Polo: Sat. 9:15am vs. East Kentwood@Zeeland for districts
Crew: Sun. TBA@Head of the Schuykill in Philadelphia (I know)
Cross Country: Fri. 1:30pm@Ovid-Elsie for regionals at Uncle John’s Cider Mill (really)
Football: Fri. 7pm Home vs. Wyoming
Girls Swimming: Tue. 6pm@Forest Hills United
Sailing: Sun. TBA@Pontiac Yacht Club for Great Lakes Qualifier and Halloween Regatta
Volleyball: Tue. 6:30pm@Wayland
Arts: Read a book, maybe Lincoln in the Bardo, by George Saunders.
City: The City Commission meets Monday at 6pm in the Commission Chamber. KDL Uncorked: Ladies Night is Tuesday from 6-8pm. There’s a Public Safety Open House and Prescription Drug Take Back Day at the Public Safety building Saturday from 10am-noon. And Saturday from 3-5pm, Gaslight Village turns into a spooky playground of trick-or-treating for kids, complete with donuts and apple cider.
Have a great week!
-The East Grand Rapids Schools Foundation
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