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Chris Turner
Works at Brighton Area Schools
Attends Michigan State University
Lived in Grand Ledge
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This jaw-dropping 19th-century bridge uses its reflection to form a perfect circle.
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Work
Occupation
Director of Technology
Employment
  • Brighton Area Schools
    Director of Technology, 2013 - present
  • Grand Ledge Public Schools
    Teacher, 2011 - 2013
  • Grand Ledge Public Schools
    K-12 Librarian, 1995 - 2011
  • Waverly Community Schools
    Wrestling Coach, 2006 - 2008
  • Potterville Public Schools
    Wrestling Coach, 2005 - 2006
  • Bureau of Education and Research
    Lecturer
  • St. Lucie County Library
    1994 - 1995
  • General Motors
    2000 - 2000
  • Isle Royale National Park
    1992 - 1992
Places
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Previously
Grand Ledge - East Glacier, Montana - Lee Vining, California - Houghton, Michigan - Ann Arbor, Michigan - Jupiter, Florida - Stuart, Florida - Williamston, Michigan
Contact Information
Home
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(517) 325-3935
Email
Address
4644 Mount Brighton Drive Brighton MI 48116
Work
Phone
(810) 299-4002
Email
Address
Brighton Area Schools 125 Church Street Brighton MI 488116
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Education
  • Michigan State University
    K-12 Administration, present
  • Michigan State University
    History, 1985 - 1988
  • Olivet College
    Secondary Education, 1988 - 1990
  • University of Michigan
    Information and Library Studies, 1992 - 1993
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August 28, 1967
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Washington Post writes the most embarrassing, awful profile of Arne Dunc...
www.salon.com

Arne Duncan has been a monumental flop as education secretary. Why is the Washington Post drinking his Kool-Aid?

A Middle-School Cheating Scandal
www.newyorker.com

One afternoon in the spring of 2006, Damany Lewis, a math teacher at Parks Middle School, in Atlanta, unlocked the room where standardized t

Grand Ledge hoops, volleyball star Cori Crocker transferring to Brighton
on.lsj.com

Their stepfather, Chris Turner, took a job last fall as director of technology for the Brighton School District.

D-day landings scenes in 1944 and now – interactive
www.theguardian.com

Peter Macdiarmid has taken photographs of locations in France and England to match with archive images taken before, during and after the D-

The State of American Beer
www.theatlantic.com

What's rising, what's fading, and what people are really drinking

The Invention of the Slurpee
priceonomics.com

From 60s cool-kid culture to Obama's belly, the Slurpee has seen it all.

The Fascinating Remains of Rochester's 'Subway'
www.theatlanticcities.com

The city still hasn't figured out what to do with an exposed 1.5 mile tunnel in the heart of downtown.

These Food Hacks Will Make Your Life Infinitely Easier
www.businessinsider.com

Stem-less strawberries, yolk-less eggs, and more in 90 seconds.

MacAskill's Imaginate - Riding Film -
imaginate.redbull.com

Two years in the making, street trials rider Danny MacAskill releases his brand new riding film. Whilst previous projects have focused on lo

Google Politics & Elections
www.google.com

Google Politics & Elections. Your elections hub to study, watch, discuss, participate in and make your impact on the digital campaign trail.

Decide What Happens to Your Google Account When You Die
abcnews.go.com

What happens to your Gmail account or your other Google accounts when you die? Google now lets you decide.

Roger Ebert dies at 70 after battle with cancer - Chicago Sun-Times
www.suntimes.com

Roger Ebert loved movies. Except for those he hated. For a film with a daring director, a talented cast, a captivating plot or, ideally, all

Grand Ledge vs East Lansing Girls Basketball
www.lansingstatejournal.com

Get the latest Lansing area high school sports news, high school sports photos, and high school sports videos powered by highschoolsports.ne

Classic Coaches: J Robinson
www.flowrestling.org

See Wrestling Videos and Wrestling Matches from major wrestling events featuring the worlds best wrestlers

Far more rough than smooth since Duval's day in the sun
www.irishtimes.com

PHILIP REIDprofiles a golfer who looked to have the world at his feet when he won the British Open at Lytham in 2001. Alas, it was to be the

The Coaches Insider - Basketball
www.coachesdirectory.com

The Coaches Insider. Powered by · 1.877.386.4840. Weekly Newsletter. Get Some Green for your Team --ESPN Coaches Fundraising.

JRob - This Sport Changes You
www.flowrestling.org

J Robinson talks about what impact wrestling has on your life, how it changes you and makes you better than you were before.

Late Night with Jimmy Fallon: Bob Mould: Star Machine
www.latenightwithjimmyfallon.com

Watch the premiere of Bob Mould's new "Star Machine" video. Bob isappearing on LNJF February 28.

Dan Gable Working Out in his Rocky Gym
www.flowrestling.org

Dan Gable welcomes Flowrestling to his home and into his barn "Rocky Gym" where he does a little bit of working out. He is hitting a punchin

A last minute decision, choosing the Lansing Brewing Company for dinner turned out well. The sandwich choices we selected were good, from the quinoa burger to a short rib grilled cheese to the rueben, and the nachos were interesting. The beer was good too, which should by why you're there, I liked the cream ale. Finally, there's a downtown Lansing brewpub that will fill the niche that the Blue Coyote ignorantly abandoned many years ago. Our only complaint: it was too noisy. Folks wishing to watch the football games can gather their information from the screen, the audio is unneeded.
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
As part of our recent car shopping experience, we were also seeking to trade in our car. To hasten the process I submitted all of the car's details electronically in advance to Lasco Ford, including its VIN. One of Lasco's salespeople scheduled an appointment to inspect our car, and offered what I thought seemed like a reasonable price for it, which enticed my wife and I to take the afternoon off from work and make the 20+ mile drive to the dealership. We identified a vehicle of our liking, but Lasco's inspection team came back with less than half of what we were originally offered, even though they had all of the information in advance, so we left. The whole experience was a complete waste of time. I sent a note to Lasco's leadership regarding the 'bait and switch' technique that we unfortunately suffered, but was only provided a nearly illegible response. Our salesperson followed up with us via both voicemail and email regarding our interest in the car we identified, but why would we consider Lasco Ford after their unfortunate ethical lapse.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
Exemplary service, particularly Cheri Noantay. En route from a week spent in New Orleans to our home in Michigan on July 2, our 2005 Ford Freestyle suffered a loss of brake pedal response, so we pulled over in Pass Christian to evaluate the problem and our options. Knowing that we had hotel reservations in Biloxi that day, and with the brakes again responding, we warily continued our coastal trip. I asked the hotel clerk for a repair recommendation, and an appointment was made with Firestone Complete Auto Care at 2707 Pass Road, Biloxi. Their initial inspection found what my ASE-certified brother suspected, that the master cylinder required replacement. But, coupled with that repair came the recommendation to replace all calipers, rotors, and brake lines as well. This initial estimate was over $2,500, but after some exasperating discussions, was reduced to $1616.92. I telephoned my brother for a second opinion, and he recommended that I locate a Ford dealer, which brings me to why I write to you. Knowing that the July 3 date provided holiday scheduling and repair pressures, but with a pressing deadline to return to work in Michigan following the weekend, I hurriedly called Cheri for an appointment. Arriving around 10 A.M., Cheri registered me and the Freestyle, and I waited patiently for a mechanic’s evaluation. Around lunchtime, Cheri provided me with a menu of a local eatery, asking if I would like to join the Oustalet Ford employees in an order. The Freestyle finally saw a mechanic, who declared it problem-free; he could not recreate the mechanical problem, and gave me advice for continuing our 1,000 mile drive north. With the worries of transporting my family that great distance, and attempting to acquire such extensive automobile service during the impending holiday weekend, the timing of the Freestyle’s temporary mechanical problem created much to concern me. Oustalet Ford's exemplary staff, particularly Cheri Noantay, alleviated any of my anxieties, and did not take advantage of traveller. It’s dealerships such as Oustalet Ford and employees like Cheri that make travel and car service much easier endeavors to undertake.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Design Rides and the owner, John, are really terrific. John actually made a housecall to assist with the wonky car alarm on our Volvo, he was quick and really affordable. Having enjoyed a good experience, I also had Design Rides install a new stereo in my RV, which was, again, prompt and affordable. Couldn't recommend higher.
Public - 5 years ago
reviewed 5 years ago
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We had a reservation for a more commercial-type campground in the area, but my family and I were drawn to Target Tree Campground as we drove by attracted by the rustic scenery. The hosts were terrific, we had the run of the place to ourselves, and took a great hike in the morning to start off our next day.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
A hot dog and a couple of beers, the simple food and diverse drink were excellent. The service, though, was abysmal: Dan, the bartender, was more interested in cussing and gossiping with his off-shift colleague, whose food arrived before mine, even though I ordered first. I went without a beer for the entire time I was eating, even though Dan was only a few feet away. What I realized tonight was actually how service is more important than food and drink, I'd gladly re-attend some place with mediocre product but superior service. Also, I have 4 kids and don't get out often, and as a former waiter and bartender, tonight's the first time in my life I've not included a tip, and I told him it was because he took too long. Sorry, Petoskey Brewing, attend to your service.
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Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
The bathroom could be a little less scary, and it would be great if the restaurants and bars in this country went smokeless, but the service is always prompt and courteous, and the burgers and fries are always terrific.
Public - 8 years ago
reviewed 8 years ago