Linh, from Vietnam, can only be described in one word: Linh. There is no other person quite like her. She’s on exchange here for a year (staying with the Millers), and I’m dreading the day when she heads home. Linh, pronounced either as Ling or Lin, is likable, hilarious, and creative. When you pass her […]
Getting to Know – Jessica Flies by Jenna Olesnavage 1. What’s the last good book you read? Gone With the Wind, I really enjoyed it because I love the history of the book and the characters that are in it. 2. What’s your favorite class, and why? English, because I really enjoy reading which we […]
Omena Presbyterian Church was the scene for the beginning of the 23rd annual Crop Walk in Leelanau County this October 14th. It was wet. Really wet! Three inches of rain fell in 24 hours. But nothing could dampen the spirits of over 100 hardy walkers who participated in the three mile trek. Leland’s National Honor […]
What is the definition of summer? Is it hanging out with friends at the beach? Is it spending time with your family? Or is it just relishing the Sun’s rays at the beach? We may never really know, but we really don’t need to, because even the fact of having summer is the greatest feeling […]
This year, we’ve had a fantastic group of exchange students at our school. Though the end of the school year is right around the corner and exams are almost here, there’s still time to meet someone pretty cool. Ladies and gentlemen, this is Heidi Terjesen, from Norway. There are a few things not everyone knows […]
Life at Leland Public School can be full of surprises. Here are some pictures, taken within the last week or two. Enjoy your slice of life!
Members of Mrs. Klein’s 3/4 grade class work with Mr. Peplinski’s Environmental class to make potted plants for our wonderful school volunteers.
Have you ever played soccer out in the pouring rain, with numb legs, cold feet, and wet clothes? Well this Saturday morning the U-10 Leland Rockers soccer team did just that and more. Their coach, Johnston Mitchell, was with them the whole way, his voice carrying all across Hancock field. Kayla, Mia, Elly, Helene, Brianna, […]
Leland Drama is in full swing once again as the opening night of “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” fast approaches. This year’s performance of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (H2S) is set to be one of the drama department’s best ever. With a cast and crew of over 30 middle school and high […]
In early March of this year Milos Acimovic, our exchange student from Serbia, attended a prestigious gathering of future world leaders in Washington D.C. The event was the Civic Education Workshop for Future Leaders. This program brought together 150 students from 40 different countries. A joint venture of the American Civics Center and American Councils […]