Spanish Market Day

The middle school Spanish 2 classroom looked and sounded a lot different on Market Day. It’s when students’ final projects were complete and the bargaining began! Students worked in groups of 2 or 3 to create their own store. They had to create a storefront sign and a commercial for their business. Some students created a video, others did a live commercial as class began.

Alotobots Year 4

Otsego’s FIRST Robotics team, the Alotobots #5152, proved they could play with the big boys in their FIRST Robotics competition this year in St. Joseph. They made it to the finals and, at one point, were in 10th place; they ended the contest in 23rd but are now ready for the next regional competition this weekend near Lansing.

Kindergarten Enrollment

Do you have a child who will be 5 years old by September 1, 2017? Then it's time enroll them for kindergarten! This is an exciting time and we look forward to meeting all of our new families and students! 

Welcome, Lori Taylor

Lori Taylor writes realistic fiction – fun, fictional stories that stem from real-life events and adventures. She shared with students from Washington and Dix Street elementaries about how she finds her inspiration from her adventures outside. She always carries a pencil, paper and sketchbook with her, “This is how I write my books and illustrate them,” she says.

Nominate an Educator

Nominations are currently being sought for the Outstanding People for Education award. This award is sponsored by the Allegan County School Boards Association. Each of the eight schools in the AAESA area participate in this coveted award that goes to (up to) three people in each district.

Saving Lives

Each year, Otsego High School students organize three blood drives with the American Heart Association to help those in need. The HS Student Council runs the drive, but students and staff members all donate.