Rayman Signs Div. I

He hopes one day to be a professional golfer, and now Tyler Rayman is at least one step closer to making that dream a reality. It’s been something he’s heard for years now, the question of “where will you play golf after high school?”.

Outstanding Educators

The Outstanding People for Education award is now in its 9th year; it is sponsored by the Allegan County Schools Boards Association. Up to three people from each of the district’s in the AAESA (Allegan Area Educational Service Agency) can be chosen for this award.

Volunteer of the Year

Just about every day, Savannah Devine is at Dix Street helping out in some way, “She is beyond the simple word ‘volunteer’,” says Kim Seger, 3rd grade teacher.  For all she does, she was named the 2017 Otsego Public Schools’ Volunteer of the Year.

Congressional Art Winner

What started as a present turned into a national recognition. Cami Hoogstraten won the Congressional Art Contest for the 6th District and will get to fly with a guest to Washington, D.C. for an art exhibit with other winners from all over the country. It will hang in the Capitol for a year.

Bookin' Bus Rollout

Beating the summer slide, boosting excitement for reading and rolling out something new for kids for the summer - those are all the big ideas behind the Bulldogs Bookin' Bus - Reading Den of the Dogs. 

Summer Camps

Big Dawg Summer Sports Camps

Registration Forms

Sports/Dates/Locations

* All camp prices include a t-shirt except for Competitive Diving

Alamo Entrepreneurs

Alamo fourth graders went from studying supply and demand, market competition and expenses and profits to putting their new knowledge to the test. They learned all about what it takes to run a business; to get the feel of that, they decided to create a business of their own.

Careers in Biology

AP Biology teacher Kristin Alkire kicked off a new feature this year for her AP Biology students, a speaker series of Careers in Biology. 

"I really wanted my students to hear about as many careers as possible," Mrs. Alkire says. When she was in high school, she loved biology but didn't know how many careers were out there in that field.