During the past school year, students from Gateway Academy have been volunteering one a month at the Richland Area Community Center. Our students have been working with residents of our community, helping them to be more comfortable using their electronic devices, such as phone and iPads. If you are interested in getting help with your phone, contact the RACC to be put on the schedule.
Due to a lack of RSVPs, we are cancelling this event. We would still love to hear from you, so email, text, call or facebook us. We miss you!
The Staff of Gateway Academy is please to announce the graduation of 12 students. Our students have overcome great obstacles to reach this milestone. We couldn't be prouder of them.
Thank you to all who made this wonderful evening possible!
We invite you to view the senior slideshow at the following link:
This evening at 7 pm, Gateway Academy will be graduating 12 Seniors! Seniors, please arrive at the Middle School by 6pm.
We are so excited for the following students:
Deallen Blackburn Ian Downs
Gordon Mann-Brauer Alexandria Yale
Sophia Pastrana Calob Gibbs
Rowyn Wilke Chelsea Moore
Matthew Thompson Bryce Hoffman
Zeus Rodriquez Jordan Rix
Best wishes to them all!
Free Summer Meals
~ ANY Child 18 Years and Younger from ANY Town or State eats for FREE!!!
~ Families Welcome
~ Adult Lunch only $2.00
~ Richland Area Community Center
Lunch 11:30 – 12:30
9400 East CD Ave
WK Kellogg Elementary
Breakfast is 8:00 – 9:30
Lunch 11:00 – 1:00
Monday – Friday
June 16 – Sept. 2 (Closed on July 4)
Our new building, at the corner of 34th Street and M-89 should be completed by the end of December. We are looking forward to a cleaner, safer facility for our students!
Thanks to a grant from the Kalamazoo chapter of the Audubon Society, Gateway students had the opportunity to conduct water quality test on both Springport Lake and Lake Michigan. While on board the DJ Angus, student also learned about water quality, water sheds and invasive species control.
The Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute of Grand Valley State University operates two research and education vessels, theD.J. Angus and the W. G. Jackson. The vessels are designed for research and educational activities with group sizes of up to 26 participants on the D. J. Angus and 28 participants on the W. G. Jackson.
The vessels are floating aquatic science laboratories that are primarily used to support the AWRI Outreach Education Program, but they are available for research as well. They are fully equipped for hands-on water quality studies by aquatic researchers, colleges and universities, general public, and fourth through twelfth grade classes.
We are greatly appreciative of this opportunity, and wish to thank the Audubon Society, Kalamazoo Chapter.
All students that would like to return to Gateway Academy for the 2016-2017 school year must have a conference with Mrs. Walker. If none of the listed times work for you, please contact Mrs. Walker. Please use the link below to schedule your conference.