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Groves senior Ellen Searle and Beverly Elementary finish in second place during the 21st annual contest sponsored by the Oakland Schools Intermediate School District.
The Leslie Science and Nature Center paid a visit to the Birmingham Covington School last week.
The district will spend just over $100,000 to install a visitor notification system at every school building this spring, $50,000 less than they originally planned.
Ernie Righetti, the man "who never quits," has bee the Roeper School's athletic director for 31 years.
A Pierce Elementary fifth grader was crowned champion of the 2013 Sodexo Future Chefs Competition, held last week.
The Birmingham Board of Education will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the district's administrative offices.
Collin Trask passed away in mid-February after a long battle with cancer.
The Birmingham-based school for special learners purchased iPads loaded with reading applications using grant money from the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
Superintendent Daniel Nerad will speak during the Oakland County Board of Commissioners' informational hearing Tuesday, "Curbing Gun Violence."
West Maple students were able to interview Bill Schuette for a project during his visit to the Birmingham elementary school.
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