Traverse City News and Events

Shutdown Could Threaten TCAPS Superintendent Search, Recall Effort

By Craig Manning | April 7, 2020

Traverse City Area Public Schools (TCAPS) is set to roll forward on its superintendent search at its board meeting Monday. But will the closure of school buildings statewide impact the timeline for hiring a new district leader? And what of the proposed recall of some school board members?

On March 9, during the most recent meeting of the full TCAPS Board of Education, Dr. James Morse of Hazard, Young, Attea & Associates (HYA) laid out a detailed “leadership profile” for the district. HYA, the search firm TCAPS hired to lead its superintendent search, developed the profile based in part on feedback collected through a public survey. Nearly 1,200 survey ...

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City Commissioners Approve Property Purchase For Parking Deck

Traverse City commissioners voted Monday to approve purchasing the former Master Dry Cleaners building at 115 Pine ...

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Despite Virus, Soon-To-Be-Wedded Couples Are Marching On

Each year, roughly 2.3 million weddings take place in the United States, with approximately 60 percent of ...

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City Commissioners To Talk Living Wages For Staff, Relief Measures For Businesses

Traverse City commissioners will discuss several proposals tonight (Monday) that could offer relief to certain businesses and ...

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Meijer, Walmart Enact New Shopping Protocols

Meijer and Walmart both enacted new shopping protocols this weekend to try and reduce the risk of ...

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Today Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Munson Increases Visitor Restrictions, Requires Universal Masking

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Animal, Pet Care During Pandemic

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MHSAA Cancels Remainder Of High School Winter/Spring Sports Seasons

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City To Vote On Parking Deck Property Purchase

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Grand Traverse Band Casinos Donate 7,000 Pounds Of Food

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Whitmer Closes K-12 Schools For Rest Of School Year, Sets Guidelines For Remote Learning

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