A teenage girl charged in an attack on a fellow Michigan high school student that was recorded on video and posted online has been sentenced to seven days of detention and 100 hours of community service.
The district plans to charge students $100 per semester to take 7th hour classes.
The victim, also 14-years-old, reportedly suffered a broken nose and concussion in the attack.
A guidance counselor and a College Options coordinator offer advice to parents on how to address your teen’s concerns about moving from grade school to high school.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a law earlier this week laying the groundwork for two deficit-ridden Michigan school districts to be closed before the fall and for their students to be sent to schools nearby.
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The change means hundreds of dollars back in the pockets of parents with children in the Warren Consolidated Schools District.
Everybody’s excited…and maybe a bit nervous.