Gov. Jennifer Granholm visits Roosevelt High School

Photo by Jeff Trudell

Photo by Jeff Trudell


Roosevelt High School Principal Mary McFarlane presents Granholm with two books about Wyandotte published by staff member Alana Paluszewski.
Photo by Jeff Trudell

Photo by Jeff Trudell


Granholm takes a break from directing the state to conduct the Select A Capella student choir.

Photo by Jeff Trudell

Photo by Jeff Trudell


Wyandotte News student reporter Zach Mead is given a chance to interview Granholm.

Photo by Jeff Trudell

Photo by Jeff Trudell


Granholm holds a roundtable discussion with Roosevelt High School staff and students.

Supt. Patricia Cole (clockwise second from the top), and students (clockwise from top) Zachary Zilch, Kyle Lunsford, Audrie Smellie, Mitchell Kittle, Bridget Barton, math teacher Victor Hagen, counselor Kathleen Altenberg, and special education teacher Sara Hannah. Not visible but part of the panel were teacher Joanna Secco, Roosevelt High School Principal Mary McFarlane and student Brianna Flynn.

Gov. Jennifer Granholm visited Roosevelt High School on Wednesday to put the spotlight on the school’s success with the state’s more stringent curriculum guidelines, which the school adopted ahead of schedule. School Supt. Patricia Cole and Principal Mary McFarlane took part in a roundtable meeting in the school media center, along with select teachers and students.

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