Flushing’s Malaki Edwards highlights Flint-area spring signing day
She signed with Mott Community College. She signed with Mott Community College. Ty Osborn, basketballOsborn was a unanimous All-Metro League pick, made honorable mention All-State and was the team MVP. He signed with Mott Community College. Devin Watts, basketballWatts was first-team All-Metro League and helped the Raiders win a district championship.mlive.com
Former Saginaw High star Henry Speight named Player of the Year in WHAC
Former Carrollton and Saginaw High standout Henry Speight earned Player of the Year honors for the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference, starring for Madonna University. The 6-foot-3 forward averaged 21.9 points and 4.9 rebounds for Madonna, which lost in the WHAC semifinals to Rochester. Speight, a 6-foot-3 senior, went to Mott Community College in Flint after graduating from Saginaw High in 2017. In his senior season at Saginaw High, Speight averaged 22 points and 13 rebounds for the Trojans, earning MLive Saginaw Player of the Year honors. MORESaginaw High’s Henry Speight named MLive Saginaw boys basketball Player of the Yearmlive.com
Heres which Michigan colleges will have in-person, online fall classes -- or both
Central Michigan UniversityCentral Michigan University will welcome students back to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. The college will then offer online courses, online and in-person hybrid courses and web-enhanced courses -- which are mainly for health and occupational students and consist primarily of in-person classes with online educational tools. Northern Michigan UniversityNorthern Michigan University will resume in-person classes in the fall one week early beginning August 17. The college says that enrollment for classes is open, but it is unclear if in-person classes will resume in the fall. Western Michigan UniversityWestern Michigan University has not yet announced a plan for the upcoming fall semester.
University of Michigan leaders will announce formal decision on fall semester in June
ANN ARBOR, Mich. On May 28, leaders of the University of Michigan announced that they will make a decision regarding the universitys fall semester by the end of June. With recent announcements by Michigan State University, Davenport University and Madonna University, colleges and universities around Michigan are having to decide if they will resume in-person classes in the fall. Schlissel said that residents in Michigan have done a good job in handling the COVID-19 pandemic. However, in reality, I think this pandemic is going to be with us at least through the coming academic year, he said. According to Taylor, Student Life has been engaging with student advisory boards and leaders to ensure student voices are heard and incorporated into fall planning.
Madonna University plans to open Livonia campus for fall 2020
LIVONIA, Mich. Madonna University leaders are planning to hold face-to-face instruction for students this fall at the schools main campus in Livonia and other centers across Michigan. Madonna University stopped in-person classes four days after Gov. Summer semester classes continue to be offered completely online while the university prepares for the beginning of a new academic year this fall. While these measures cannot return the University to the normal of January 2020, Grandillo is confident that Madonna will be very close to that normal in the fall. We will be diligent in our plans to open safely, so that existing and new students continue to receive the top-notch Madonna education they have come to expect.For campus updates, please check the Madonna University website at www.madonna.edu/coronavirus.
Kids Services at Hope Network Center for Autism in Livonia
The former location of Ladywood High school is transforming into Hope Center for Autism in Livonia, where kids will receive a variety of services. The Hope Network Center for Autism in Livonia is moving into the former location of Ladywood High School this summer. Hope Network, based in Grand Rapids and one of Michigans largest nonprofit organizations, is expanding with its fifth autism center. Hope Networks missionOConnor says a key focus is to provide treatment and intervention at naturalistic settings like at a high school, so patients can practice program skills they learn. To find out more, contact Hope Networks main switchboard at 616-301-8000 or visit its website at hopenetwork.org.metroparent.com