Cedar Springs Ministerial Association Hand2HandTop of Page
Cedar Springs Ministerial Association has partnered with Hand2Hand to provide at need children in our community a backpack filled with supplemental food that bridges the gap of weekend hunger. Food sent home consists of breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner items.
School superintendents from 13 West Michigan counties have formed the Reading Now Network (RNN) – a collective effort of superintendents, school boards and school districts throughout West Michigan to improve early literacy and, ultimately, student achievement across all grade levels.
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Groups supporting Cedar Springs Public SchoolsTop of Page
Cedar Springs Public School District has many strong connections with agencies across Kent that can be helpful to you and your family. Below is a small sample. Please review them and contact your Principal, Special Education Provider or Cedar’s Office of Special Education and Student Services if you have any questions.
The Arc of Kent County – www.arckent.org – 616-459-3339
The Arc Kent County strives to improve systems of supports and services; connect families; inspire community and influence public policy. Services include: representative payee, advocacy, Medicaid application assistance info and referral to community resources.
Cherry Street Health Services – located in New Beginnings High School 616-696-3470
Primary focus of providing high quality health services regardless of income or insurance status. Primary care, dental, behavioral health, mental health. Children under 18 must have parent consent. http://www.cherryhealth.org/find-location/cedar-springs-school-health-center/ for more information and consent forms.
Network 180 – www.network180.org – 616-336-3909
Connects individuals and their families to services for mental illness, substance use disorders, or developmental disabilities.