(CENTREVILLE) – Glen Oaks Community College is doing something to help with the need for teachers in Michigan.
During Thursday's monthly meeting the Glen Oaks Board of Trustees were told that the College will launch a Teacher Prep Academy this fall. This will allow 11th and 12th grade students to take classes during high school, allowing them to spend time in classrooms working with teachers and students.
These classes would transfer to colleges and universities that have teacher programs. If anyone would like more information on the Teacher Prep Academy, they can contact the academic adviser at their high school, or Glen Oaks.
(08-23-2019) Historical Society Presenting Titanic Speakers
(08-23-2019) Sheriff's Department Investigating More Thefts
(08-23-2019) Eastern Equine Encephalitis In St. Joseph County
(08-23-2019) Siler Enters Plea In Child Abuse Case
(08-23-2019) Chain O Lakes Has Welding Grads
(08-23-2019) Woman Arrested On Multiple Charges
(08-23-2019) Benefit Auction And Supper For The Farm Place
(08-23-2019) Michigan Attorney General Files Charges Against Priest
(08-22-2019) Sheriff's Department Investigating Thefts
(08-22-2019) Three Rivers Commission Approves Pay Raise For Bippus
(08-22-2019) United Way Roofsit A Success
(08-21-2019) LaGrange County Commission Reschedules Meeting
(08-21-2019) Road Work Happening In Howe
(08-21-2019) Sturgis Journal's Corky Emerick Passes Away
(08-21-2019) Constantine Man Sentenced On Child Porn Charges
(08-21-2019) Changes In Student Drop Off At SMS
(08-20-2019) Man Arrested On 11 Year Old Warrant
(08-20-2019) Fire Destroys Constantine House
(08-20-2019) Man Struck And Killed On I-69