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Notwithstanding some tendencies and practices to the contrary (not within your district, of course), the Michigan Open Meetings Act does not authorize a board of education to meet in closed session whenever a “personnel matter” is to be considered. This catch-all phrase is simply not found within the text of the OMA.

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Megan Ter Haar

Lusk Albertson has awarded one of four “LAunch Scholarships” for 2019 to Jenison High School senior Megan Ter Haar. Megan Ter Haar will attend Harvard College this fall to study public health and statistics, with a goal of working for a government agency to study outbreaks and epidemics. An advocate for science and STEM education, she

Karalina Kulis

Lusk Albertson has awarded one of four “LAunch Scholarships” for 2019 to Lakeland High School senior karalina Kulis. Karalina Kulis will attend the University of Notre Dame this fall.  While she has always been passionate about studying dentistry, she is keeping an open mind about the options that she will be presented with when she arrives

Mikayla Fellman

Lusk Albertson has awarded one of four “LAunch Scholarships” for 2019 to West Bloomfield High School senior Mikayla Fellman. West Bloomfield High School senior Mikayla Fellman will pursue her passion for working with youth at the University of Michigan while majoring in education, with hopes of becoming a teacher. She has already begun to hone her teaching skills

Jake Baker

Lusk Albertson has awarded one of four “LAunch Scholarships” for 2019 to Theodore Roosevelt High School senior Jake Baker. This fall, Jake Baker will attend Wayne State University to study mechanical engineering and music. Baker, his class Valedictorian, has demonstrated leadership throughout his time at Roosevelt High including serving a class president, co-captain of the cross-country team

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