Education
The St. Michael-Albertville School Board approved a balanced Capital Project Budget Plan for 2015-16. The board also heard an update regarding the Project Phoenix electronic device program, and heard an update regarding health services for the Long Lake Conservation Center Field Trip. CAPITAL Supt. ...Read More
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Voting for the St. Michael-Albertville Ice Arena has successfully propelled STMA into the final four of the Kraft’s Hockeyville contest. STMA, which plays its youth hockey at the STMA Arena in Albertville, has already earned $20,000 in arena upgrades via Kraft’s Hockeyville contest, and could wi...Read More
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‘Desperate cry of a little girl’ St. Michael-Albertville media specialist Jenny Hill will be talking about her new book “Walking with Tension” Monday, April 20, at 6:30 p.m. at the St. Michael library. Book sales and signing to follow for $10. Pay with cash or check, www.walkingwithtension.c...Read More
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The St. Michael-Albertville School Board heard that the first year of full-day kindergarten is allowing more time for learning, and that results have been successful. The board also approved a bond resale that will save taxpayers millions of dollars in interest savings. FULL-DAY K Curriculum Directo...Read More
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St. Michael Elementary School students will have a new principal when they return to school next fall. Corey Lahr was selected to replace Sheila Bichler who is retiring after nine years in the district. Lahr is coming from the Delano School District where he taught third grade for seven years and se...Read More
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‘We shouldn’t accept the status quo’ The St. Michael-Albertville School Board told the St. Michael and Albertville city councils that the school district needs the cities’ help in lobbying the State Capitol for greater student funding equity. The joint group also heard updates about school c...Read More
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