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Muskegon Public Schools’ budget for this year has flipped from a $428,000 deficit to a nearly $43,000 surplus - a $471,000 difference - partly because of higher-than-expected enrollment.
Muskegon Middle School and three elementary schools would close under a preliminary plan to “right-size” the shrinking district that also includes renovations to remaining schools.
Disappointing standardized test results are a leading factor in an upcoming leadership change at Ravenna Public Schools.
About 3.5 percent of Michigan schoolchildren had vaccination waivers in 2017, but hundreds of Michigan school buildings and day-care centers have waiver rates that public health officials say are cause for concern.
Orchard View Schools expects to spend about $200,000 this year to ensure a consistent flow of running water for its youngest students.