THE NEW FORTY God bless the music teachers...
Tonight was Cheyenne's last 8th grade orchestra concert.
The final orchestra concert of each school year in West Fargo is always the all-city concert. Grades 6-12 come together at the high school and... Posted on 5/13/13 at 10:31 PM
NEW PLATEAUS Adventures in Subbing: Inner City School pt 2
Part one was about the hoopla; this post is about the nuts and bolts of the student struggles in North Minneapolis.
When the 6th and 7th graders I taught this day eventually got down to work (which t... Posted on 2/14/13 at 10:03 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Online Learning: A Dual Perspective
As an online educator, I have seen the power of online learning from the perspective of a teacher. I have seen online education be a vehicle for bright students to move quickly in through concepts tha... Posted on 9/13/12 at 8:13 AM
IN THE BLACK Back to School Shopping Tips
One of my goals for the next month is to post each day of July about a List of 10 dealing with a personal finance or money saving idea topic.
Yes, I know its early to be talking about school starting... Posted on 7/22/12 at 7:59 AM
A MINNESOTAN IN CHINA Mr. White American Man
Greetings! I have an exciting article today featuring parades, modeling, and being on stage. But first, I want to let you all know that my book/eBook project, New Plateaus in China, was accepted and n... Posted on 5/12/12 at 9:15 AM
With the calendar telling us that spring has arrived and with families doing spring cleaning, staff at Greenwood Elementary School thought it would be ideal to hold the 3rd annual Great Greenwood Giveaway.
A two-hour school safety drill that simulated a couple of intruders, one who fired two blank shots, inside the high school ended a short while ago Thursday morning, April 12. East/west traffic along Cemetery Road outside the high school was slowed as students were slowly evacuated across the street to the Wildcat Centre hockey rink.
The bond referendum election held on April 5 for reinvesting in our school facilities has come and gone, and voters spoke by defeating the proposal with 51.7% opposed (2,805) and 48.3% in favor (2,624).
Tom Westerhaus, School Superintendent
, April 14, 2011
Ellsworth School District constituents in 16 precincts across southern Pierce County narrowly voted to approve a $1.3 million override for the operating levy Tuesday. Unofficial tally was 1,559 in favor and 1,485 opposed.
The Accounting Society and students from tax classes at UW-River Falls will be on-hand to help area residents with their taxes from 6-9 p.m. Thursdays, Feb. 24 and March 3 and 10, at WESTconsin Credit Union in River Falls.
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