The pandemic has shown a light on our national food shortage. This is what it looks like in Washtenaw County, and how we can help!
Two longtime friends persist during these difficult times just like a dandelion Last fall, Jeri Kay Thomas, a junior kindergarten teacher for Brighton schools, and her friend Jeanne Blazo, a retired Kindergarten teacher, made a longtime dream of theirs come true: they opened up their own bookstore in downtown Brighton. The name of their shop,
Following the release of Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Safe Schools Roadmap, school districts in Washtenaw County have been working to accommodate all of the requirements into their own reopening plans. As of right now, Michigan is in phase four of Gov. Whitmer’s safe start plan. This would allow for in-person learning options. The plans for
I tell my children often that change starts with small steps in the right direction. Viral videos showing unwarranted deaths, caught on camera, of Ahmaud Arbery, George Floyd and countless others, highlight on-going racism in our country, sparking outrage across the globe. As an educator, mother, and professor in the department of early childhood education,