The guys will play lacrosse, baseball and basketball at universities across the country.
L'anse Creuse High School North
Monday, May 6, 2013
Thursday, May 2, 2013
The ninth annual show will feature art from 30 seniors in multiple forms.
Monday, April 15, 2013
James Coller, editor-in-chief of the school's newspaper, has been named a member of the 2013 Student Journalist Staff by the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association.
Thursday, April 11, 2013
The classic musical is fit for all ages and will take the stage April 19-20.
Monday, March 18, 2013
Patch regularly highlights local employment opportunities in town.
This week's Now Hiring feature highlights job postings at L'Anse Creuse Public Schools. Among the positions the district aims to fill: For a complete list of openings, visit the district website.
Friday, March 8, 2013
L'Anse Creuse North defeated Port Huron Friday to claim the boys basketball district championship, according to the MHSAA website.
The L'Anse Creuse North High School boys basketball team topped Port Huron Friday at home to win the MHSAA Basketball District 32 championship. L'Anse Creuse North is now 19-3, and moves on to the Boys Basketball Regionals. L'Anse Creuse will face Chippewa Valley (13-9) Monday at at Grosse Pointe North.
Sunday, December 2, 2012
Staff sprouting Fu Manchu’s and ZZ Top’s raise well over $4,000 for charity.
Male staff at L’Anse Creuse North and L'Anse Creuse High School skipped shaving during the month of November and raised well over $4,000 for the L’Anse Creuse Foundation and the Link Crew program at their schools. Students donated in the name of their favorite hairy teacher, while other staff helped raise money for the best-loved beard. It was the first time the two schools have participated in this bewhiskered fundraiser. The L’Anse Creuse Foundation will be using the funds to help with teacher grants for special projects and for student scholarships. Link Crew is a freshman transitions program that helps incoming 8th graders succeed as first year students in the high schools. At L’Anse Creuse North in Macomb Township, 12 men grew …
Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Be sure to tune in to America's Thanksgiving Parade around 11:45 a.m. this year to see Dakota High School make its way down Woodward Avenue.
Do you hear what I hear? If you're planning to watch the 86th America's Thanksgiving Parade you can be sure you'll not only hear but also see the talents of the Dakota High School Marching Band. Under the direction of Risa Hsu, Dakota will join the Nov. 22 parade with the hope of reclaiming its 2011 title as “Best Marching Band” in the parade. Chippewa Valley High School has also been selected to take part in the event. Want more local news and events? Sign up for Patch's email newsletter and join the conversation! "I consider it a great honor to be able to represent our school and band program at such a prestigious event," Hsu said. "The band has spent the last three weeks preparing for the parade, and are very excited for Thursday." The …
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Blair, 28, plays dimwit Clay Clemmons on the sitcom, which airs locally Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. on NBC.
A Macomb Township native is making it big on the small screen. Jayson Blair, 28, stars as Clay Clemmons on the new NBC comedy, The New Normal, which airs locally Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. on NBC. Blair’s name is listed during the show’s opening credits, however, he is not one of the show’s major players. Ellen Barkin, Justin Bartha, and Andrew Rannells headline the program. “The New Normal” follows a gay couple who try to start a family with the help of a surrogate, played by Georgia King. Clay Clemmons is the surrogate’s deadbeat, dimwitted husband. Although a somewhat high-profile role, this is not Blair’s first acting gig. He played bully Max Owens in the MTV series The Hard Times of RJ Berger and has appeared in Drop Dead Diva, The …
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
Students in L'Anse Creuse Public Schools have mixed reactions to school lunch changes caused by new federal school meal guidelines.
New, healthier school lunches are drawing mixed reviews from students in L’Anse Creuse Public Schools. Schools nationwide altered menus for the 2012-13 year to fit federal guidelines aimed at trimming the fat from school meals. While some students are tolerating the lunch changes, some younger LCPS students are throwing their vegetables in the trash, said Teresa Arnold, Sodexo school services general manager. Chesterfield Elementary student Morgan Freshney said she sees unwanted foods, such as baked and refried beans, abandoned in the trash at her school. “They give you vegetables every time you get lunch now," the fifth-grader said. “(Some students say) our cafeteria wastes all the food because no one really eats it.” But High School …