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Board of Education Regular Meeting, Monday, June 10th at 6:00 pm in the Media Center at E.F. Rittmueller.
The agenda will be posted on Friday, June 7th.

Is the number 3 magical?

I hope these three snippets will give you a glimpse of a few of the ways our volunteers serve.

They represent the many volunteers in our district who bring an added dose of friendship and support to our students and staff alike.

I have no doubt our scores of Eagle volunteers value their time just like everyone else.

But how they spend their time is guided by their big hearts and I’m extremely grateful for this.

Here are the three snippets to help us send an appreciative salute to all of our volunteers.

Stephanie assists with day-to-day operations and activities of our Athletic. You know how fickle Michigan weather can be – and she is consistently on call to help us stay on top of any potential schedule conflicts. Stephanie has great rapport with our student-athletes and even provides snacks to those who just stop into the office to say “hi.” Like so many of our Eagle volunteers, she’s an unsung and phenomenal asset to our district.

The nature of community theatre requires a lot of volunteer effort.

The parents, students, and theatre enthusiasts who support our productions year after year are unfortunately too numerous to list.

But there is a small group of individuals on the Muth Community Players Board who I should point out.

They selflessly give their expertise, input, and time to ensure the vitality and sustainability of the productions in our BPAC.

Thank you to:
• Jeremy Love
• Lauren Masud Visuri
• Nicholas Osburn
• Lindsay VanArsdale
• Wesley Cook

These folks serve as volunteers for all the right reasons and care about bringing quality arts programs to our community.

I better do my part to promote theatre as well and remind you about the upcoming production of “The Crucible” April 26-28 in the BPAC.

If you’re in the mood for a long conversation, ask any staff member at List what school life would be like without Kristi Edie and Kristin Jones.

Kristi Edie
Kristin Jones

As the school’s main popcorn machine operator, Kristi keeps the popcorn flowing at all the appropriate times. This makes her quite popular, as you can imagine, and most of us would probably just stop here. But Kristi also volunteers in a 2nd grade classroom.

Kristin has the unique volunteer role at List of organizing all of the school’s READ Program volunteers. This program helps young readers gain more confidence in reading and despite the hour of work it takes coordinating all of the resources and other adult volunteers, Kristin also takes the time to read one-to-one with students every week, too.

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