It is the mission of Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District to serve local school districts.
It is the vision of Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District to be an indispensable part of every local school district it serves.
Char-Em ISD is proud to have achieved accreditation by AdvancED in June 2011. The AdvancED Accreditation Commission determined that Char-Em ISD engages in a continuous systemic process of improvement, and has effective and efficient quality assurance controls throughout the system. This achievement recognizes the quality of services provided by the ISD through the leadership team and governing authority, the dedication and service of the professional staff, and the support of community stakeholders.
Click here (or on the image above) for the October 2013 Employee Newsletter
Char-Em ISD students Nicole Budzinski, Brittney Sanders and Gavin Livingston get help decorating muffins from Petoskey High School Culinary/Hospitality students Jacob Delacruz, Sarah Lasley and Cody Engler. Char-Em ISD teachers Sue Lechowicz and Karen Dodge said their students are working on a restaurant module and visiting the hospitality program taught by William Sommerfeldt and Laura May provided them real-life experience and exposure to job-related skills in the field.
More than 700 educators came away with new ideas and skills following the recent Char-Em ISD Area Wide Professional Development Day. Pictured are Media Center Manager Carissa Wolgamott and receptionist Karen Giudice during the “Putting Pizzazz in Your Publications” workshop. The day kicked off with a video about “flipped classrooms.” Click on the link below to view the video.
The Great Start Collaborative of Charlevoix, Emmet and northern Antrim counties is inviting parents to join the 2014 Parent Leadership Council, comprised of parents of children 12 and under, that help strengthen families and support optimal development of young children.
Students from the Blackbird Elementary School collaborated with the Great Start Parent Coalition Leadership Council to host a book drive for the FreeCycle Book Bin project. With the help of the Blackbird Elementary students, more than 550 books were collected by the first and second grade classes during the two week-long book drive.
Students from East Jordan Elementary School collaborated with the Great Start Parent Coalition Leadership Council to host a book drive for the FreeCycle Book Bin project. With the help of the East Jordan Elementary students, more than 2,400 books were collected during the week-long school-wide book drive.
Who knew that spaghetti, string, masking tape, scissors and one marshmallow would turn into a lesson about science, technology, engineering, and math? For a group of area high school students that’s exactly what happened as part of a hands-on event sponsored by Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School District and Ferris State University (FSU).