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Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network records

Identifier: MSS-297

Scope and Contents

Box Inventory prepared by Annika Peterson:

Box 1 MMSCN Master Plans Folder 1. Master Plan MMSCN Organization Folder 2. Organizational Documents Folder 3. 501 c3 Documents Folder 4. Bylaws Folder 5. Network Policy Folder 6. Officers History Folder 7. Directors Rosters Folder 8. Meeting Dates Folder 9. Network Committee Structure Folder 10. Consequences of Un-Funding the MMSCN Folder 11. Data Collection MMSCN Executive and Quarterly Meetings Folder 12. History of Network Meeting Minutes and Agendas Folder 13. Executive Board Meeting Agendas Folder 14. Quarterly Meeting Agendas Folder 15. Executive Board Minutes 1996-2000 Folder 16. Executive Board Minutes 2001-2003 Folder 17. Executive Board Minutes 2004-2009 Folder 18. Executive Board Minutes 2010-2013 Folder 19. Quarterly Minutes/Executive Summary 1994-2000 Folder 20. Quarterly Minutes/Executive Summary 2001-2003 Folder 21. Quarterly Minutes/Executive Summary 2004-2009 Folder 22. Quarterly Minutes/Executive Summary 2010-2013 MMSCN Strategic Plan Folder 23. Network Strategic Plan Annual Reports (MMSCN to MDE) Folder 24. Annual Reports (MMSCN to MDE) MMSCN Evaluations Folder 25. Evaluation Documents (limited) Folder 26. External Review Reports Folder 27. Needs Assessment Folder 28. Special Reports Folder 29. Various Reports on Center Activities MMSCN Financial Records Folder 30. Funding History Folder 31. Network Historical Budgets Folder 32. Treasure Reports Folder 33. Internal Audit Folder 34. Network Fee Calculation Folder 35. Samples—Demographic Data Folder 36. Management Service Contracts Folder 37. Technical Assistant (SAMPI) Contracts Folder 38. Implementing the Keys to Quality Assessment Contract Folder 39. Other Contracts Professional Development Folder 40. Professional Development Concept Map Statewide Projects Folder 41. SI WOP Folder 42. MSSI Folder 43. Building A Presence Folder 44. Section 00b/2006 Folder 45. MEECS Folder 46. MSLA Folder 47. MMLA Folder 48. Statewide Projects Legislative Activity Folder 49. Legislative Activity Electronic Communication Folder 50. Network Website Management Folder 51. Electronic Communications Folder 52. MSC Listserv Maps Folder 53. Maps Public Relations Folder 54. Press Releases Folder 55. Media Coverage (news articles) Folder 56. Letterhead Folder 57. Network Brochures Folder 58. Newsletters and Publications Folder 59. Audiovisual Materials

Box 2 Folder 1. 1991 Directors Handbook Folder 2. First Network Notebook with Early History 1994-1995 Folder 3. Online Directors Notebook Folder 4. Notebook Contents M/S Center Network Notebook Folder 5. Corrections to M/S Center Notebooks Math/Science Center Network Folder 6. September, 2002 Notebook Updates Folder 7. Pace and Partners Handbook and Correspondence

Box 3 Folder 1. Reports on Major Projects High School Math and Science Success-II Final Evaluation Report High School Math and Science Success-III Final Evaluation Report High School Math and Science Success-IV Final Evaluation Report 2010-2011 Statistical Report 2009-2010 Statistical Report 2008-2009 Statistical Report


  • 1994 - 2013


Conditions Governing Access

Open for research.

Depositor, Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network, retains all copyrights which it has in the materials, including all publications.

Conditions Governing Use

Depositor, Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network, retains all copyrights which it has in the materials, including all publications.

Permission to publish material from the records of the Michigan Mathematics and Science Center Networks, MSS-297, must be obtained from the University Archivist.The University Archivist may be reached by phone at 906-227-1225, or e-mail, The University Archivist may also be reached in Room 126 of the Learning Resource Center, Northern Michigan University, Marquette, MI.


The Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network consists of thirty-three centers. These centers provide leadership, curriculum support, professional development, and student services to educators in local school districts. They also serve as a resource clearinghouse for educational materials and information, and work to foster community involvement in the areas of mathematics and science. The Mathematics and Science Centers Network supports the delivery of high quality mathematics and science education for the students of Michigan.

Seven centers provide accelerated high school programs that belong to the National Consortium for Specialized Secondary Schools of Mathematics, Science, and Technology (NCSSSMST). The impact of overall Network programming has been significant. Each year, Centers offer local programming to thousands of teachers and their students, designed to improve the teaching and learning of mathematics and science. There are also statewide projects conducted across Centers, partnering with state agencies, professional organizations, higher education, non-profit programs, and businesses. (Information in this section was taken from the Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network webpage:


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The materials in this collection are maintained in original order as received.

Custodial History

This collection is on DEPOSIT from the Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network with a Depository Agreement on file signed by Marcus Robyns and Valerie Masuga.

Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network records
Glenda K. Ward and Annika Peterson
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Repository Details

Part of the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives Repository

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1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette 49855 United States
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