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Kylie will lead her friends and classmates in making a positive impact on healthy eating and physical activity. The trip is funded by Fuel Up to Play 60 and the local dairy council. He spoke to students in the morning fitness class about the importance of goal setting in achieving dreams. Visiting artist, Patricia Brown, also helped students prepare for a performance that dealt with the themes of struggle, growth, and peace.
Their posters were displayed in the Basswood media center. Senior softball players must have a GPA of 3. The day concluded with a visit to the Minnesota History Center where students explored a variety of exhibits, including a view of the first official printing of the U.
More than 1, secondary students from 46 schools competed. Some highlights for each grade level: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations," which explores the relationship between American Indians and the United States government through land treaties in Minnesota. Osseo Area Schools was one of two Minnesota districts to win the competitive process to obtain the exhibit.
They won a close game against Lakeville North, Eighteen Disrict seniors have earned Wastebasket Revue scholarships. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic achievement, involvement in activities, leadership, honors and awards, service, and financial need.
Jessica is a National Merit Finalist, holds several school leadership positions and volunteers at a local hospital. An aspiring doctor, she has earned a full-ride scholarship to the University of Minnesota and is awaiting an acceptance response from Harvard University. Students were judged on their ability to, within a 2-hour period, formulate and present a plan of action on the topic of trade barriers. Congratulations to Park Center senior Donte Allen who was recently recognized by the Minneapolis Music Teachers Forum for achieving a milestone of 63 recitals over the past 13 years.
Donte was featured in the Star Tribune for his feat.
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Congratulations go to two Park Center athletes who have earned regional or state recognition: The Human Rights Commission will present awards to three top finishers and those who earned honorable mentions at an upcoming Brooklyn Park City Council meeting. Osseo Senior High art teacher, Dan Prody and special education teacher Deb Scranton collaborated this school year to establish peer mentors between general education students and students with autism.
While working on ceramic projects together, the students are building relationships.
March District athletes have enjoyed stellar season finishes. Here are some highlights: For the third consecutive year, the Osseo Senior High boys' basketball team qualified for the state tournament and will compete against Duluth East.
Each of our comprehensive high schools has selected one female student to receive the Athena award: The Athena Award recognizes senior female athletes for excellence in individual or team sports.
The cast included more than 50 members including lead actors Angel Daley and Paul Lovhaug. In the entire country, only 83 third graders achieved perfect scores. Third-grader Tovin Miller also had an outstanding result, scoring 18 out of Parents and students participated in rhyming bingo, Smart Board games, story time, and other literacy games. Each student took home a new book of his or her choice. The event included activities for younger siblings, and a talent show hosted and judged by local radio personalities and Miss Teen Minnesota.
The event featured traditional Hmong and Indian dances, and African storytelling and drumming. Parents and students also experienced arts, crafts and cuisine from around the world. Danette Campbell and Bernie Stueve coached the team in its 13th year of competition. Three Osseo Junior students competed individually and placed in the top This is the 11th time in the past 12 years that Maple Grove has qualified for the state meet.
The World Savvy Challenge is a contest that explores pressing local and global issues. The North View students presented research and solutions regarding sustainable communities, and Dorette Neba was part of a group that won 1st place in the Action Round Table. Erin was recognized for being in the top five in her class for academics and for her school leadership. Osseo Senior High senior Kathryn Reget was selected as a Channel 12 Standout Student in recognition of her academic excellence and her keen interest in medicine.
Kathryn was among a select few students nationwide to attend a prestigious summer research program sponsored by the National Institutes of Health. During an assembly in February, Elm Creek Elementary students sang songs, gave speeches and were on track to readminutes in an effort to honor military members for I Love to Read Month.
District athletes are having a terrific winter season. The team also took second in the state for Class AA. The Maple Grove Senior High hockey team will compete in its first state tournament game this week. Four Osseo Senior High swim team members, and three wrestling team members competed in their respective state tournaments.
Park Brook Elementary celebrated Dr. Students traveled with a buddy from room to room to listen to staff members read books. The day also included a musical production by Kindergarten through 2nd graders.2012 MN State CC Meet
A Science Math and Technology School. The shows filmed this winter will air in Weaver Lake students learned about surgery, lake water quality monitoring, food packaging engineering, and many other career options. North View Junior High humanities teacher Nancy Ziemer and Park Center junior Lacy Myrman have been selected as one of 15 student-teacher teams that will do intensive research and reading about World War II over the course of the summer through the Normandy Institute.
Myrman and Ziemer will travel first to Washington, D. Osseo Senior High students volunteered their time to help with the event. Jessica takes a full load of rigorous International Baccalaureate classes and holds numerous student leadership positions. Maple Grove Senior High senior Phil Horn has been named a Channel 12 Standout Student, recognizing his academic success in math and science, as well as his stage presence. The video, a cooking show featuring healthy snacks, is part of the school's effort to increase healthy eating habits and physical activity.
School wellness team leaders Kelly Deines and Jill Benson worked with the sixth grade student wellness team to produce the video. Out of the seven preK categories in education, schools and staff in our district claimed five awards.
January To promote reading, Park Center students in photography and computer art classes created posters featuring Park Center staff reading their favorite books. The project called upon students to think of creative ways to promote reading within the school.
The team also competed at the True Team State Swim meet and finished in 6th place. This is the 9th year in a row the Crimson dance team has won the conference title. Park Center junior Quinton Hooker scored his 1,th point in a basketball game vs. The judges said the program is a testament to the kind of positive impact that high expectations for all students can have on their learning.
Woodland Elementary students recently won high honors in the national WordMasters Challenge — a language arts competition that draws more thanU. Two Woodland Elementary students also earned highest honors for individual achievement in the WordMasters Challenge: In recognition of his achievement, Jin was awarded a journalism and leadership internship with a California media company.
More than students are members of dance, drama, visual arts, show choir and media arts troupes. In addition, many of them will blog and meet to discuss the books.
Five District schools are participating in a grant-funded Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports program that seeks to maximize academic and social behavior outcomes for students. As one of the Crimson's top swimmers, Lanz was recognized for his win in the butterfly. He was also recognized for his performance in two winning relay teams as Maple Grove beat Edina for the first time in team history.
The award recognizes seniors who excel in the arts, athletics and academics. This is the third time a Maple Grove Senior High student has earned this award.
Along with students from across the state, 65 Weaver Lake Elementary 6th grade scientists attended the University of Minnesota Insect Fair, where they defined their questions, hypotheses, methods and outcomes and presented their insect investigations to judges. The choir, consisting of 5th and 6th graders, has its largest participation yet members.
The goal of the event is to increase student exposure to and interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. The feast, based on the Stone Soup books, sends the message that sharing makes us all richer.
Students made the soup and other items, and then came together to share the meal.
In the article, the Crimson players reflected on the past year and shared their confidence about entering the current season. The Park Center adapted soccer teams placed at the state tournament in November. The CI team took third place and the PI team took fourth. Augie Wodrich was named to the All-Tournament team.
Some members also attended a conference on race and equality at Metropolitan State University. November November is American Education Week. December, -- Mindful of higher education costs, President Barden proposes a study of a single "flat tuition" rate for all students: September, -- Classes begin with higher costs, and fewer work study jobs, as Federal suport for education declines.
October, -- MSUM approves plan for "every state, same rate" tuition. March, -- Dragons heat up courts as both men's and women's teams are vying for first-place standings in their divisions. May, -- As graduation takes place, enrollment analysis shows that the "average student" can no longer graduate in 4 years -- "off campus jobs take too much of their time. Having more revenue is definitely better than less," comments registrar.
October, -- The modern electronic world poses new question -- is MSUM responsible if students use University equipment to "share music files? Mary's Invitational meet by over points, partly due to superior diving skills. January, -- As textbook costs keep going up, students turn to internet book shopping in greater numbers. February, -- Moorhead Police give "personal safety" workshop tips at seminars sponsored by the Women's Studies Center.
March, -- Campus shocked by death of student who "power-houred" whiskey shots on his 21st birthday. May, -- The "science lab extension" to Hagen Hall will be completed soon after commencement. September, -- MSUM Athletics seeks more scholarship support from alumni, but football team opens season with defeat, and ends season October, -- Women's volleyball continues undefeated season and is national ranked in 21st place.
November, -- New Rivers Press, acquired by MSUM inpublishes 14 books in 3 years and offers on-campus experience in publishing. December, -- College of Humanities celebrates campus approval of new Film Studies major. March, -- Minnesota U. Senator Norm Coleman and two dozen other senators lobby Washington for an increase to funding for Pell Grant program. October, -- Is it the knowledge or the diploma? November, -- Campus health staff seek programs to convince students that "power drinking" is dangerous.
December, -- While some students condemn pro-life posters and flyers appearing on campus, others defend "right of free speech. February, -- Gay students at MSUM complain that they are harassed at local cafes and bars, and insulted on campus. May, -- Classes end with University unveiling new graduation requirements -- standard liberal studies system is replaced by "12 competency areas" in new "Dragon Core" to be implemented in fall. September, -- A "makeover" for Kise dining area gets underway, to be completed in October, -- Advocate debates the merits of the "writing intensive" course requirements for Dragon Core.
November, -- School begins intensive work on "raising our profile in the region," through a new, expanded web site. No tobacco may be consumed or sold on campus. Search for successor begins. January, -- Campus mourns death of Harold "Rusty" Casselton, popular film studies professor.
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Marines for heroism during service in Iraq. April, -- Difficulties in upgrading e-mail services have students upset by "large queue of undelivered massages. September, to March, -- National economic crisis, triggered by mortgage woes and bank panics, hits colleges; many non-government funders curtail loans for colleges, causing severe retention problems nationwide.
Although layoffs are averted, MSUM is no exception to the money troubles see financial crisis page. October, -- As part of a "brand" development campaign, MSUM administration issues "Points of Pride" literature and engages in a media campaign to expand and promote the college's image for excellence. April-May, -- Red River floods, at higher levels thanthreaten to inundate Fargo-Moorhead.
Student assistance in sandbagging saves hundreds of homes.