Education
R15E Above Rock The World. Maple Grove Senior High School students from Ms. Gillis’ foundation class were awarded a Panera party for being the class with the most students registered for the Maple Grove Senior High All-Night Party. In addition Marah Nightingale, Ty Lindley, Emily Dehn and Nicholas...Read More
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In January, McNally Smith College of Music hosted its third annual Winter Jazz Blast, which is a non-competitive festival for middle and high school jazz bands in the Twin Cities and Upper Midwest. Thirteen different groups had the opportunity to perform on McNally Smith’s downtown St. Paul campus...Read More
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By Olivia Alveshere Staff Writer The Anoka-Hennepin School Board has selected Nicole Hayes to join its ranks. Hayes will be sworn in at the start of Feb. 23 board meeting. Little more than a month after longtime Board Member Scott Wenzel’s death Nov. 8, District 5 residents were invited to apply f...Read More
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The St. Michael-Albertville superintendent updated the school board about his recent trip to the State Capitol to continue pushing for equity in education. The board also discussed the preferred hiring characteristics for the next St. Michael Elementary School principal. EQUITY Supt. Jim Behle told ...Read More
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Osseo Senior High School students had outstanding results in this year’s Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. Competing against nearly 3,000 entries from schools across the state, Osseo Senior entered work in Drawing, Ceramics & Photography earning a total of 32 awards. Artwork will be on displ...Read More
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Entrepreneurship class exercise St. Michael-Albertville High School has a store at the school where students and members of the public can purchase STMA apparel. That effort is now going online, as the STMA High School Entrepreneurship class said it has been working hard to make an online store. Ins...Read More
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Rockford High School got three students into the Minnesota Band Directors Association All-State Bands this year. Emma West, an 8th grade flute player, is performing in the 6-8 grade band; Penina Boros (9th grade) and Greta Smith (10th grade), both clarinet players, are performing in the 9-10 grade b...Read More
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