May 28, 2021
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Human Resources Vital During COVID-19
In this month's Ingham Impact podcast, we highlight the essential work of the Human Resources team at Ingham ISD. During the pandemic, they made sure employees continued to receive paychecks, continued on-boarding new hires and learned a lot about the COVID-19 virus, including how contact tracing works, so they could answer questions from staff. This team banded together to make sure all staff had the answers they needed in a constantly changing environment. Thank you to our amazing Human Resources team for all you do to support others. #InghamImpact
Ingham Student Art Exhibit 
On May 12, the 21st annual Ingham Student Art Exhibit, a competition open to all students in the Ingham ISD service area, was held virtually. Each participating school is allowed to submit up to 20 entries of artwork created by students during the current school year. Students whose work was selected will have their artwork on display at either Ingham ISD, the Lansing Art Gallery & Education Center or the Michigan Education Leadership Group.

Congratulations to these students and their art teachers! 
Gifted and Talented Camps 
Looking for summer learning opportunities for your kids? Look no further! Kid's College, is an academic program for students completing 4th, 5th or 6th grade that have outstanding abilities or potential talent in the areas of science, technology, engineering and math. Math Scholars' University (formally known as MASCOT) is a 2-week program for students completing 6th or 7th grade who have a strong aptitude or interest in mathematics. Both opportunities will be held at the Wilson Talent Center on the Ingham ISD campus in July. #InghamImpact 
Student-Led Energy Audit at Wilson Talent Center 
Students in the Engineering Technologies program at the Wilson Talent Center recently participated in Consumers Energy's Student-Lead Energy Audit, a free educational program offered to schools that lead students through energy education and an energy audit of their school building. After conducting the audit, students presented their findings on ways to reduce energy consumption and costs. For more, check out the recent press release on our website. #InghamImpact 
Future Healthcare Providers 
The Capital Area Patient Care Technician (PCT) program at the Wilson Talent Center had reason to celebrate this week. Every student in the program passed their PCT certification exam. Many of these seniors are also earning additional certifications in EKG, Phlebotomy or as a Pharmacy Technician. Congratulations to these students and their instructors! #InghamImpact 
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