Education
By Jim Wright, Correspondent The Little Falls Community Schools (LFCS) Facilities Steering Committee, more than 70 strong, met Dec. 8, to continue considering ways to “protect two of the community’s greatest assets — first our kids and secondly our schools.” This meeting was for review of p...Read More
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By Gabby Landsverk, Staff Writer The Swanville School District has decided to begin interviewing qualified candidates for the position of industrial technology teacher. High School Principal Sheryl Johnson said three candidates have applied for the position, with one additional candidate expressing...Read More
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Mike Malmberg is happy to be back in a smaller district By Tina Snell, Staff Writer Pillager School staff have said their good-byes to Chuck Arns and are welcoming Mike Malmberg as the district’s new superintendent. This is his first job in such a position, but he has the background to step into ...Read More
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Policy will take effect in 2015-16 By Matthew Davis, ECM Publishers Inc. In a packed Minnesota State High School League Board Room in Brooklyn Center on Thursday, the league Board of Directors passed a policy to guide member schools regarding male-to-female transgender students. “What the board ...Read More
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Senior Macy Hennen, daughter of Scott and Sara Hennen, has been named Healy High School’s Artist of the Month for October. At school, she is involved with track.  Outside of school, Hennen spends time traveling, playing tennis and working. Hennen is pictured holding an Assemblage “junk” scul...Read More
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Royalton High School (RHS) has named Zach Carlson as its September Student of the Month. Carlson, the son of Dail and Shelly Carlson, is active in Student Council, Knowledge Bowl, National Honor Society (NHS), drama, track and field and cross country. “Zach has been a two-year captain in cross cou...Read More
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