Dr. Shelly Walker, superintendent of Benton Harbor Area Schools, returned to Rotary to provide an update on the district. She reported that organizing the grades in five groups has worked well.  The K-2 dual language program is being well accepted and drawing in Spanish speakers.  Music and arts have been added to each group.  Dream Academy has been acquired and integrated in as an alternative school of choice.  Her priorities are simple: learning and safe and orderly schools.  For better results on learning she is focusing on the later, she is teaming with local partners, such as IUSB, Lakeland Regional Heath, Riverwood and others to reduce suspensions.  Each building will have an "intervention center" staffed with behavior specialists to help students overcome their behavior issues and return to the classroom. Extra funds for the centers is being supplied by a Safe and Secure grant.