Michigan Nightlight

Michigan Nightlight is a series of stories about the programs and people that positively impact the lives of Michigan kids. It is made possible with funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. Read more stories from around the state at Michigan Nightlight or subscribe to the monthly newsletter here.
Good Food 1

What a rock star and epidemiologist have in common


Battle Creek Math and Science Center
Grandville Avenue Arts and Humanities Teen Leaders in the Arts participants Egypt Kyles, Karen Pacheco, Emmanuel Zavala, Antonio Jaimes, and Edgar Jaimes.
New Harvest Preschool
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Effort to green up urban Macomb County takes root


Walter Landberg
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Rochester College park project seeks artist submissions


Students from Interlochen Arts Academy visit Detroit - via MCACA Facebook page
Hematite Packs 2

Helping hungry kids one Power Pack at a time


Foreign language immersion class at Aux Petits Soins - Photo Dave Trumpie
Driver Ken Moody places a child seat.
Kellogg Farm to School 4
John Birko supervises a student in the AAPS Homebuilding Class

Washtenaw County's 5 most innovative high school classes


An Art Road student
A young Detroiter in the produce aisle

Fighting food insecurity in Detroit


Teach For America Detroit's Danielle Stringer, Peter Grace, Kammy Webb and Latoya Asaya.

Why teacher diversity matters in Michigan


GLCYD board of directors members Trevor Witty, left, and Hailee Petosky during GLCYD's RISE U.P. for Youth.

Area students turn social deficits into assets