Education
The Royalton Middle School will host its second annual “Blend” walk-a-thon fundraiser, Friday, May 15. The  first walk-a-thon was a success  and middle school students are excited to keep up the momentum. This year, the 2014 walk-a-thon earnings were used to fund field trips for the sixth R...Read More
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The School-Based Enterprise at Little Falls Community High School was among 285 school-based enterprises in the United States achieving Gold Level Certification (or Gold Level Re-certification) for 2015 and will be recognized at DECA’s International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Fla. T...Read More
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Little Falls Community High School has announced that Kristin Stewart has been chosen the April Girl of the Month. She is the daughter of Doug and Debbie Stewart. Stewart has been very active in her high school years. She has participated in soccer, basketball and softball, all four years in high sc...Read More
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By Cassandra King, LFCS Intern For the past 17 years, Little Falls Community High School forestry projects students have been completing a sweet assignment. Forestry teacher Doug Ploof teaches his forestry projects class about the maple syrup making process from how to tap the trees to how to boil ...Read More
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Submitted by Hailey Claseman and Kaitlin Hanson For once the dreaded day, Friday the 13th, turned out to be lucky, at least for the Little Falls Community High School Band. On March 13, 64 band students said goodbye to the cold Minnesotan weather and hello to the warm Florida sun; each holding an ...Read More
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Tylor Weaver, son of Tom and Amy Weaver, was recently named Royalton High School’s March Artist of the Month. Weaver began by taking a ceramics class his junior year, and then took an advanced class where he was able to sign out a potter’s wheel. “When I was in ceramics class, I watched Mr. Ha...Read More
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