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Wyoming Public Schools - Volunteers are ALWAYS Welcome!

Wyoming Public Schools - Volunteers are ALWAYS Welcome!

From: http://www.wyoming.k12.mi.us

Wyoming Public Schools derives immeasurable strength from unlimited parent and community involvement in its schools. Hundreds of residents are involved as individual school volunteers. If you would like to become involved, please consider the opportunities listed below. Join the fun... get involved in making our schools the best they can be!

If you are interested in volunteering, please call the school’s principal or secretary to get more information.

City of Wyoming curb-side leaf pick-up

City of Wyoming curb-side leaf pick-up

Saturday, December 1, 2012

The city's curb side leaf pickup this year will be December 1 at 6 a.m.

Leaves must be in paper yard waste bags by 6 a.m. Saturday morning. There is no limit to the amount of bags you can put out.

We will pick up branches that are tied together in a bundle no longer than four feet long.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the City.

Twinkie run: Customers flock to store shelves

COMSTOCK PARK (WZZM) -- News of Hostess closing sent its customers flocking to store shelves across West Michigan.

We talked with people at the Hostess Bakery Outlet in Comstock Park.

Many walked out with bags full of Wonder Bread, Twinkies, Dingdongs, Zingers, and more.

They say these were a staple of their childhood and they want to hold on to that for as long as possible.

There's something about this vanilla cream sponge-cake, that has kept thousands of people loyal to the 82-year-old Twinkie.

"It's flavorful," said Deanna Shepard of Grand Rapids.

So when people in West Michigan found out Hostess was closing, they rushed in to places like the Hostess Bakery Outlet in Comstock Park to grab a piece of history.

"Twelve boxes of Twinkies," said Randy Lafferty of Sparta.

Share Your Story and Win!

Share Your Story and Win!

Hundreds of KDL cardholders have shared their library stories this year, from a grandfather who connected with his granddaughter at the Kentwood branch while his grandson faced a life-threatening illness to a mother who bonds with her non-verbal autistic son at the Walker branch using Dora the Explorer books. We’re so moved by and appreciative of what you have shared.

With Change Comes Excitement

With Change Comes Excitement

The recent consolidation and rebranding of Wyoming Public Schools has brought much excitement and energy to our community.  Wyoming has new colors, new success with athletic teams, and newly combined strength to Fine Arts programs such as the marching band and theater company.  Most importantly, WPS has a clearly designed focus toward increased opportunities for academic achievement and success.  One particular group of students who also received a nice surprise this fall were the students in the Frontiers online learning program. 

Frontiers is still part of the high school building, just as it has been for four years, but this year, it was moved to a beautifully remodeled area of the building.  A portion of the Wyoming High School building on the Northwest corner, that formerly was three older racquetball courts, is now filled with computer workstations, laptop workstations, a student commons seating area, and instructional areas.

Auto parts manufacturer to expand in Wyoming

WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM) - A Wyoming auto parts manufacturer will expand and add 150 new jobs after incentives given today from the Michigan Business Development Program.

The Right Place, Inc., in collaboration with The Michigan Economic Development Corporartion announced the $475,000 in incentives Wednesday.  The Undercar Products Group, Inc. is investing $26 million in an expansion of their facililty at 4247 Eastern SE.

Undercar Products makes interior seat and windshield washer systems for the automotive industry. The expansion is expected to create 150 jobs over a three-year period. The company currently occupies 225,000 square feet of manufacturing space at its facility in Wyoming and will be expanding into an additional 90,000 square feet of their current building immediately to make room for their new equipment and employees.

Construction is set to begin in mid-2013 with production scheduled to begin late 2013.

Volunteers Get First Dibs on Sale Items!

Volunteers Get First Dibs on Sale Items!

Raise your hand if you love KDL’s summer reading program. Keep it up if you would like to help us raise much-needed dollars to keep this program strong and growing. We’re planning our first Book Bash and we need your help.

Book Bash — to be held April 27 and 28 – will include a giant warehouse book and media sale (more than 100,000 items), children’s book swap, collectible book sale, children’s activities, refreshment area, bookmobile and more.