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Ingham Impact Podcast
Our first podcast for the 2016-17 school year is about two programs for court-placed youth, Ingham Academy and  Malcolm Williams School . Ingham Academy supports students as they obtain their high school diploma and is in partnership with the Ingham County Circuit Court Peckham and Highfields . Malcolm Williams School is for male students who are placed in the  Highfields Residential Program . Ingham ISD teaches students while they are preparing to return to their home school district. These partnerships help give students a second chance to get their life back on track.  #InghamImpact
Programs for Gifted Students 
Each year, Michigan State University (MSU), Lansing Community College (LCC) and Ingham Intermediate School District (ISD) partner together to offer programs for gifted students in the region. This summer, 58 students participated in MASCOT, which focuses on Mathematics, and more than 200 attended Kids' College, which focuses on science. Ingham ISD offered both programs on MSU's campus. In addition, MSU and LCC offer classes for gifted students throughout the year. We need to find ways to continually challenge the minds of our students. Partnerships make the difference. 
FCCLA National Conference
Students from the Capital Area Career Center's   Culinary Arts & Hospitality program traveled to San Diego, California in July to participate in the Family, Career & Community Leaders of America National Conference and competed in a variety of categories. In total, students earned over $500,000 in scholarships as a result of their efforts. Congratulations to our students and our instructors for a fantastic year.
Sarah Winslow Received Statewide Honor
The saying goes..."everybody needs a little help sometimes." Sarah Winslow is one of those people who is always giving of herself and her time, no matter what. She is a special education leader at Ingham ISD who works diligently with youth and families to help them transition to different chapters of their lives. She received  this honor  for her work with  Michigan Rehabilitation Services  and for her  strong commitment to empower individuals with disabilities to take charge of their futures.  We could not be more proud of Sarah and her accomplishments. 
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