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 April 2015 Employee Newsletter
Ottawa Elementary Students collected more than 1,600 books during a school-wide, week-long book drive that benefited Great Start’s FreeCycle Book Project. The school partnered with the Great Start Parent Coalition to host the event.
In celebration of Parenting Awareness Month, the Great Start Collaborative and Parent Coalition are hosting their 2nd annual Family March Madness event from 1-4 p.m. Saturday, March 21st, at the Petoskey Middle School, 801 Northmen Drive in Petoskey. The event is free and geared toward families with children infant to 12 years of age.
AmeriCorps Week is celebrated March 9-13, 2015, and many people may wonder exactly what is AmeriCorps. Click on the link below to view a guest commentary written by Alison Mellon, Char-Em ISD AmeriCorps Director, to commemorate AmeriCorps Week and help the community understand what AmeriCorps is.
The early morning rounds made the difference in the third Char-Em ISD Quiz Bowl Tournament of the season as the Charlevoix A team knocked off contenders East Jordan, Petoskey and Boyne City who finished, respectively, second, third, and fourth for the day. Charlevoix team members completed their undefeated sweep by knocking off Central Lake and Concord in the afternoon. The Petoskey B and C teams finished first and second in Division Two.
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.