This week, North Saginaw Charter Academy was visited by players of the Saginaw Spirit, members of the West Division of the Western Conference of the Ontario Hockey League. The players joined students in celebrating March is Reading Month.
North Saginaw is part of an adopt-a-school program that partners with businesses and mid-Michigan area schools. Schools are adopted by a sponsor and receive eight season tickets each year. These tickets are awarded to students who meet an academic or athletic achievement.
North Saginaw Charter Academy is one of more than 200 elementary and secondary schools in Michigan available for adoption each year.
The Saginaw Spirit players took time to personally greet students, read to them, and answer several of their questions.