Board of Education District

Board of Education

Board of Education Meeting Schedule

The Muskegon Board of Education meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in Room 205 of the Hackley Administration Building. The Board meets as a Committee of the Whole at 12:00 Noon the day before regular board meetings. Board Sub-Committee meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday of the month the week prior to regularly scheduled board meetings.

Questions or Comments

General questions or information requests for the Board of Education at Muskegon Public Schools may be directed to Poppy Sias-Hernandez  

Poppy Hernandez

Poppy Sias-Hernandez
(231) 720-2004

Board of Education

Louis Churchwell, President

Louis Churchwell
Cindy Larson, Vice President

Cindy Larson
Vice President
Billie J. Bruce, Treasurer

Billie J. Bruce
G. Lynnette Marks, Secretary

G. Lynnette Marks
Bill O'Brien, Trustee

Bill O’Brien
Tasha Bibbs-Oakes, Trustee

Tasha Bibbs-Oakes
Zachary Allen Anderson, Trustee

Zachary Allen Anderson

Annual Education Reports

We are pleased to share our Annual Education Report with you.  The reports include a variety of information, statistics, and program highlights. Our district enjoys a long history of support from students, parents, alumni, staff, and community members. Founded in 1860, the district continues a tradition of service while looking toward the future to find ever more effective means of preparing our students and supporting families.

Of special note and pride is the diversity of our student population. As we complete the 150th year of service to our schools, it is clear that our students will grow up in a community far more diverse than in the past. Our children will live the majority of their lives as part of a world community of different nations, cultures, peoples, and lifestyles. There will be mixes of people in neighborhoods, communities, workplaces, and schools. Students in Muskegon Public Schools have a great opportunity to learn, interact, and grow with students from many backgrounds. They have a chance to learn the true meaning of the American Dream: that there is strength and excellence in diversity and that all can contribute to the well-being of our communities. We are committed to ensuring our students excel academically, become productive individuals, and contribute to our society.

We hope that you will read and reflect on the information included in these reports and feel free to contact us with your comments and questions.
Louis Churchwell
President, Board of Education


2016-17 Muskegon Public Schools Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Muskegon Middle School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Muskegon High School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Lakeside School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Marquette School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Moon School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Nelson School Annual Education Report

2016-2017 Oakview School Annual Education Report