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Kingsland royalty
Josh Bradly and Amy Welch were crowned royalty at Kingsland's Homecoming coronation Monday night. Homecoming continues with events all week at Kingsland with the main activities Friday, including a parade at 4 p.m., the Wall of Honor celebration at 4 p.m. and the football game at 7 p.m.
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 4:11 PM

As we are now in the 2014-2015 school year, there are additional regulations to follow to be in compliance with the Healthy Kids Act.

  • Hannah Frank will represent the Spring Valley-Wykoff FFA chapter as she was selected to compete for national recognition in an FFA Career Development Event at the 87th National FFA Convention and Expo.

     
  • As we are now in the 2014-2015 school year, there are additional regulations to follow to be in compliance with the Healthy Kids Act.

     
  • The libraries at Kingsland have books and materials from a wide range of reading levels and topics because we want to help create readers. We also help students access the Internet and teach them how to find the best of that information, helping to create life-long learners.

     
  • New secretary at Kingsland  looking forward to serving public

    Susan Schultz says she is a small town girl, but she now finds herself in an even smaller town than Alameda, Calif., where she grew up.

     
  • Sixth grade teacher enjoys those ‘ah-ha’ moments

    “I hope to finally learn how to build a snowman…I’ve never built one,” said former Texan and Kingsland’s newest sixth grade teacher, adding that he’s in the teaching business because “I enjoy seeing those ‘ah-ha’ moments when students learn new concepts…I enjoy sharing things I have learned with others.”

     
  • Fifth grade teacher finds new district, new grade

    Adam Tri, Kingsland’s new fifth grade teacher, comes to the district from Basin, Wyoming, although he grew up in northern Minnesota.

     
  • Local 4-H members get ribbons  for goat project at national show

    Three Challenging Workers 4-H club members received purple ribbons for their Fillmore County Goat Project Herdsmanship at Ak-Sar-Ben in Omaha, Neb., Sept. 25 to 28.

     
  • Grandfather, job shadowing  steered new Kingsland teacher

    Rachel Robinson’s career choice was influenced by her grandfather and confirmed by job shadowing.

     
  • Teacher glad to be back home

    “I’m glad to be back home,” said Seth Heusinkveld, Kingsland’s new Project Lead the Way (PLTW) science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) instructor.

     
  • New activities director loves sports

    “I still work as a distribution supervisor at Pepsi Cola of Rochester.  I have coached basketball, football, softball, and baseball at many different levels in both Wisconsin and Minnesota, and I was originally born and raised in La Crosse, Wis., and lived in St. Charles for eight years before moving to Wykoff,” related Kingsland’s new athletic director, who’s proud to be part of the Kingsland staff and promote culture change in the Kingsland sports program.     

     
  • Knight in Shining Armor  chosen for September

    Polly Lentz of rural Spring Valley has been named the September Knight in Shining Armor by the Kingsland Parent Advisory Group.

     
  • Psychologist hopes to assist  students in reaching potential

    “I hope to be able to assist in helping students reach their potential,” stated Kingsland’s new school psychologist, looking forward to a good year serving the district’s students.  “I feel that children should learn to be functioning members of society academically, socially, and vocationally.”

     
  • Teacher ready to provide positive  first experiences for youngest students

    “I chose to become a teacher in early childhood education because I always have enjoyed interacting with young children.  I love singing songs with them, reading stories, celebrating holidays, and teaching children through play and exploration.  My career is very rewarding, and I love that I get to be a part of many of my students’ first experiences in the school environment,” related Kingsland’s new full-time 4- and 5-year-old preschool teacher and new B squad volleyball coach. 

     
  • National education leader humbled to receive Wall of Honor recognition

    Thomas C. Healy was surprised and excited to receive a phone call recently from Kingsland Superintendent John McDonald informing him he’d been chosen for recognition for the 2014 Wall of Honor. 

     
  • New third grade teacher always  enjoyed working with youngsters

    “I am truly excited to be teaching a single grade class and am looking forward to the third grade because it is a time where students gain a little more responsibility,” said Angela Forland, Kingsland’s new third grade teacher.

     
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