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Winners of Oakland County Outstanding Teachers of the Year 2012: Amy Guzynski, Lamphere High School; Hugh Watters, Bloomfield Hills Middle School; Michael Medvinsky, Oakwood Elementary, Brandon School District

BRANDON TOWNSHIP, MI – The superintendent of the school district sent out an email warning parents of a possible stranger danger.

Vista Ridge High School graduate Brandon Cartagena, 17, waives during a commencement ceremony May 25 at World Arena in Colorado Springs. Falcon School District 49 administrators, educators, Board of Education directors and community members gathered to celebrate the graduation of more than 250 students from the high school.

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Twelfth graders Aaron Johnson, 17, and Brandon Cartagena, 17, sign letters of intent for athletic scholarships Feb. 6 at Vista Ridge High School in Falcon School District 49. Johnson will play football for Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, N.M. Cartagena will play for University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. Johnson says he made a pact with Cartagena while attending Skyview Middle School: they'd both play professional football.

This cross was created by special needs students in the Rankin County School District and sold at their coffee shop in Brandon, Ms.

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School band told to stop performing 'How Great Thou Art'

School band told to stop performing 'How Great Thou Art' A man shows his support for the Brandon High School band in Mississippi.

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Priscilla Trujillo, 17, Harrison High School twelfth grader, receives a face painting of a panther paw from alumni Brandon Dines, a 2012 graduate, Aug. 25, during the Waldo Canyon Fire Relief Benefit Bash at Sand Creek High School in Falcon School District 49. Dozens of students from six area high schools coordinated the carnival-like fundraiser from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. They raised roughly $3,000 for two local funds: Waldo Canyon Fire Victim Assistance Fund and the Waldo Canyon Fire Fighters…

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Vista Ridge High School art teacher Brandon Ager greets Falcon High School 12th graders James Costa, 18, and Madeleine Binkley, 17, during a senior art show reception Dec. 11 at Colorado Expressions in Colorado Springs. Costa, showcasing an oil painting, and Binkley, an acrylic, contributed to an art exhibit containing more than 30 pieces by high school students in Falcon School District 49. The students were selected by their teachers for recognition in the gallery.

Gay Anderson has transformed the foodservice at Brandon Valley School District by introducing the Net Off Invoice program, conducting a plate-waste study and creating a prime vendor program.

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