April 24, 2017; schoolnewsnetwork.org (KISD newsletter)
Kelloggsville Public Schools, MI — On May 2, voters in the Kent ISD region will be asked to approve a 0.9 mill tax for local school districts, generating $211 per student to maintain programs, improve services and meet other needs. School News Network is offering information on what the millage means for each of the 20 districts in the Kent ISD. Today we focus on Kelloggsville Public Schools. SNN spoke with Superintendent Sam Wright.
… The high school will begin offering four Advanced Placement classes in the fall: chemistry, biology economics and calculus. Currently Kelloggsville students take AP classes online. The school offers a dual-enrollment Grand Rapids Community College English class, and hopes to begin a full middle-college program.