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Tuesday, March 31, 2015 9:58 AM

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.

  • 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). 
  • Flourish Summer Camp near Wykoff to cultivate youth performance ideas on farm

    Flourish Summer Camp, a program of the Dreamery Rural Arts Initiative located outside Wykoff, announced a rigorous July program for young people 11 to 15 years old. 

     
  • Principal Priebe here with a "looking to spring" mentality and finishing strong all the way to the end of the 2014-2015 school year. Assessment, substitutes and self-regulation information to share.

     
  • Local students show their science  knowledge at home educators fair

    Youth ranging in age from 5 to 15 years old took turns presenting their projects to a crowd assembled in the meeting room of the Spring Valley Public Library Friday, March 6, during the 2015 Learning Fair.

     
  • Lacey Schwartz named  Kiwanis Student of Month

    The Spring Valley Kiwanis Club has chosen Lacey Schwartz as its March Academic Student of the Month.  She is the daughter of Jenise Schwartz.

     
  • St. Johns students ‘go weft’

    Jan Poldervaard visited St. Johns Lutheran School in Wykoff last Monday, March 2, handing out pieces of cloth for students to examine as she pointed out how the cloth is woven and that weaving is one of the more common ways to create cloth.

     
  • For the past three years I have had the privilege of being able to say that I am the director of the Kingsland Community Education Program. Kingsland Community Education has valuable programming for people of all ages. While I am proud of all that we offer, I really want to talk about what makes Kingsland a great place to be for children ages 3 to 5 years old.

     
  • Busy Builders Club members  have fun while serving community

    “The Builders Club kids have been very busy this fall and winter,” stated Spring Valley Kiwanis member and Kingsland Builders Club advisor Nancy Cornell, sharing that the seventh and eighth grade students who are part of the club have not had idle hands since the club began meeting at the beginning of the school year.

     
  • Kingsland students demonstrate love of reading

    “Reading Around the World” with a “Fox in Socks” was on display at Kingsland Elementary School last week. 

     
  • Kingsland Middle School honors academic stars

    Kingsland Middle School recognized academic all-stars last week.

     
  • Al Williams named  Knight in Shining Armor

    Al Williams was named the Knight in Shining Armor for February by the Kingsland Parent Advocacy Group (KPAG).

     
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