Kalamazoo RESA housed an event by Charter Communications to announce its new initiative, Spectrum Internet Assist, on Monday, November 28th. The initiative will help supply low-cost, high speed broadband internet services to eligible families.
The Stuff the Turkey food drive was a remarkable success, and will feed a total of 65 families a free Thanksgiving meal. The Families received baskets stocked full with stuffing, potatoes, gravy, corn, green beans, cranberry salad, pasta, a dessert, roasting pan, a gift card to help provide a main course, such as a turkey or ham, as well as extra sides and meals for the four-day weekend.
Kalamazoo RESA’s Eric Stewart is a member of a Michigan Works! Southwest winning team that was recognized for its work in a Department of Labor sponsored White House Customer Design Challenge. The winning teams were invited to the White House where they presented their findings and met with White House leaders and high-ranking officials from the Department of Labor.
Aubree Spencer is the new principal of WoodsEdge Learning Center. She earned a bachelor’s degree in special education and a master’s degree in special education administration from Western Michigan University. She’s currently pursuing her doctorate from WMU.