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Go Green!

Go Green! Go White! Let's go MSU! Fight. Fight. Fight! Thanks to the generosity of the West Michigan Spartans, more than 160 4th grade students enjoyed a college game day experience! On September 9, Sibley, Stocking, Congress and Burton Elementary Schools hopped on buses, College Bound for East Lansing. Greeted ...
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The Sigsbee Playground is Complete!

Together we CAN make a difference! “I have been invested in this park for a long time and have worked to make improvements. This playground is more and better than I could have ever imagined.” Tony Martin, Eastown Resident Tony, a former Eastown Community Association board member, and long-time resident ...
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Make a Difference!

In Full Swing The 2017/18 school year has begun and is in full swing! Classrooms are buzzing with newness and excitement. Budding friendships are taking shape and leaves are beginning their graceful transition to autumn hues. As students begin their trek along another year of educational adventures, we at the ...
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Announcing our New Board Chair, Charles N. Ash, Jr.

The Grand Rapids Student Advancement Foundation (GRSAF) announces the appointment of Charles N. Ash Jr. as board president. Charles has served on our board for 5 years before stepping into this new role. He will serve a two-year term as president of the board. “It is an honor and a ...
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Focusing on Opportunities to Learn, Grow and Thrive!

The first day of the 2017/2018 school year is just 10 days away! And the Grand Rapids Student Advancement Foundation is excited for the opportunity to again support another successful year for Grand Rapids Public Schools and its students. One of the ways we ensure that every GRPS student has ...
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