Teachers visit Dollar General.

Teachers’ Positivity Project gets boost 
from area businesses

Other People Matter is the philosophy of the Positivity Project, a concept being promoted this year at Kearsley. Teachers in grades kindergarten through eighth grade will be providing meaningful lessons to students on character traits that we all possess.

To kick off the project, teachers took part in a scavenger hunt throughout the district, interacting with area businesses and practicing positive character traits like kindness, creativity and integrity.

Thank you to the many Kearsley-area businesses that contributed to the Positivity Project. 

Businesses and individuals that took part included:

  • Kroger (Richfield and Center roads)
  • Al’s Restaurant
  • Collette’s Vintage and Antique Mall
  • Heritage Veterinary Hospital
  • McDonald’s (Richfield and Genesee roads)
  • Hubbard’s Military Supply
  • Genesee Auto Service
  • Burton Fire Department and Firefighter Mike Vogt
  • Tasty Layers Custom Cakes
  • Tompkins Ace Hardware
  • For-Mar Nature Preserve
  • Pumpkin Patch Director Janis Akers
  • Fiedler Elementary Principal Kelli Verran
  • School district administrators
  • Brookwood Golf Course
  • Dollar General (Genesee Road)
  • First Class Athletics
  • Groomingdales
  • Coach Marci Sporman and KHS’ girls’ swim team
  • Richfield Bowl
  • B & J’s Donuts
  • Salon Gabella
  • Kearsley Auto


Varsity girls' tennis team
honored for academic success

Members of the varsity girls' tennis team were honored by the Kearsley Board of Education Monday night for earning Academic All-State honors. Team members include Kennedy Bostwick, Chloe Clarambeau, Allison DePottey, Ariel Desjardins, Mickeely Dias, Ellena Dye, Macie Godfrey, Gabrielle Green, Briahna Greer, Hannah Hendley, Emily Jones, Lexis LaFave, Stephanie Lane, Jillian Locke, Brooke Mannor, Claudia Moore, Jacqueline Olivo, Kasey Palmer, Brooklynn Smith and Mallory Teed.


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