Area schools begin back to school process

MANISTEE — Manistee High School student Nevaeh Mannon and her mother Tina both focused their attention deeply on the class schedule Tuesday

Manistee High School guidance counseling assistant Penny Kiss helps students with the class schedules. This week MAPS students registered for classes for the upcoming year. (Ken Grabowski/News Advocate)

Manistee High School guidance counseling assistant Penny Kiss helps students with the class schedules. This week MAPS students registered for classes for the upcoming year. (Ken Grabowski/News Advocate)

afternoon as they tried to select the best fit for  her classes.

They were just two of many students and parents who had the same expression on their faces when the annual school registration process swung into full gear this week at the school. Parents and students filled the Manistee Middle/High School Commons Area and Media Center registering for the upcoming 2017-18 school year.

All attention was focused on class schedules, school pictures and picking up those laptops computers that would be with them in all of their classes throughout the year.

Schools throughout the county will be following similar processes in the next several weeks as thoughts of children

Manistee High School student Nevaeh Mannon and her mother Tina study her schedule during Tuesday's registration period. (Ken Grabowski/News Advocate)

Manistee High School student Nevaeh Mannon and her mother Tina study her schedule during Tuesday’s registration period. (Ken Grabowski/News Advocate)

focus on returning to the classroom.

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Posted by Ken Grabowski

Ken is News Advocate’s education reporter. He coordinates coverage for all Manistee County schools and West Shore Community College. He can be reached by phone at (231) 398-3125 or by email at kgrabowski@pioneergroup.com.

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