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The 2014-2015 Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA officers raise the giant gavel on the opening of the annual FFA banquet held Monday, April 20.  From left, are Jackie Apenhorst, Dane Gillespie, Makala Nauman, Gretchen Corson, Hannah Frank, Heather Apenhorst, Tyler Kappers and Carter Reiland.   GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
The 2014-2015 Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA officers raise the giant gavel on the opening of the annual FFA banquet held Monday, April 20. From left, are Jackie Apenhorst, Dane Gillespie, Makala Nauman, Gretchen Corson, Hannah Frank, Heather Apenhorst, Tyler Kappers and Carter Reiland. GRETCHEN MENSINK LOVEJOY/SPRING VALLEY TRIBUNE
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Tuesday, April 28, 2015 9:27 AM

“I’m proud to be a Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA member,” said Minnesota State FFA Secretary Valerie Earley, of Wykoff, speaking to the members of her chapter and the audience during the chapter’s 58th annual FFA banquet, held last Monday, April 20, at Kingsland High School.

  • Carly Thompson is Kiwanis Student of the Month for May

    Carly Thompson has been chosen as the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club’s May Academic Student of the Month.  She is the daughter of Tina Thompson of Spring Valley and Rod Thompson of Wykoff. 

     
  • Relationships help strengthen FFA ties

    “I’m proud to be a Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA member,” said Minnesota State FFA Secretary Valerie Earley, of Wykoff, speaking to the members of her chapter and the audience during the chapter’s 58th annual FFA banquet, held last Monday, April 20, at Kingsland High School.

     
  • Jody Hagan honored as April  Knight in Shining Armor

    Jody Hagan has been named the Knight in Shining Armor recipient for April by the Kingsland Parent Advocacy Group (KPAG).

     
  • Amy Welch chosen May  Student of Month by Kiwanis

    The Spring Valley Kiwanis Club has chosen Amy Welch as its May Kiwanis Academic Student of the Month.  She is the daughter of Scott and Rachel Welch.

     
  • Byron man has chilling story of  daughter who texted while driving

    “It was 4 in the afternoon, and I was heading down the road.  I’ll never forget what I saw…I came up over the hill and saw Mayo One landing, an ambulance, the fire department, the police directing traffic to turn around.  I didn’t know what for, and from the angle I was at, I couldn’t see what was going on behind the school bus, but it was that feeling that you get in your stomach,” said Byron resident Matt Logan, speaking to the students at Kingsland High School this past Thursday.  “I got out to see because it was pretty likely that my daughter would be driving this road at this time.”

     
  • Get ready for suspense in murder-mysteries  performed by Kingsland High School students

    The spring performances by the Kingsland Drama Club this year feature two plays and a first-ever opportunity to enjoy dinner theater at the same time.

     
  • Kingsland sophomore elected  regional officer for Key Club

    Jacelyn Horsman, a sophomore at Kingsland Public Schools, was elected lieutenant governor of Region 7C over the weekend when she attended the Minnesota Dakotas Key Club district conference for Key Club International in St. Cloud, Minn. 

     
  • Kingsland juniors and seniors are invited to continue their prom fun at the 2015 Post Prom Party on Saturday, May 2, from 11:30 p.m. to 5 a.m. at the Spring Valley Community Center.

     
  • Trevor Schwarz chosen Kiwanis Student of Month

    Trevor Schwarz has been chosen as the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club’s April Kiwanis Academic Student of the Month.  He is the son of Greg and Diane Schwarz. 

     
  • There appears to be some misunderstanding about several of the courses offered at Kingsland High School. Our educational programming is broken down into two general categories, regular high school courses and College in the Schools (CIS).

     
  • Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.) kicked off the 2015 Congressional Art Competition recently by inviting high school students from across Minnesota’s First District to submit their artwork for the contest.

     
  • The busy time of the year is upon us, especially for the seniors at Kingsland High School. They have been solidifying college plans, filling out scholarship applications, getting ready for commencement activities and, oh yeah, still doing their schoolwork.

     
  • In recognition of the Month of the Military Child and National Poetry Month in April, U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) announced that he is hosting his fourth annual poetry contest for Minnesota students. The theme of this year's contest is "Celebrating the Veteran in My Life."

     
  • Kingsland student chosen for state honor band

    Kingsland student Renee Lechner has been selected for membership in the Minnesota Band Directors Association (MBDA) sixth to eighth grade honor band for the 2014-15 school year.

     
  • Stacey Rath named Knight in Shining Armor
    Stacey Rath was named the Knight in Shining Armor recipient for March by the Kingsland Parent Advocacy Group (KPAG). 
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