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Al Williams
Al Williams
Tuesday, March 03, 2015 9:44 AM

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

  • 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).

  • Kingsland stepped up to the challenge and got moving…right into an uncontested second.   

  • St. Johns announces honor rolls

    The second quarter honor rolls for St. Johns Lutheran School have been announced.

  • “This year’s musical is entitled ‘How the West Was Really Won,’ and the students in grades one through eight are in the musical.  Our four eighth grade students have the larger roles, but all students play important parts,” stated St. Johns Lutheran School Principal Karl Peterman, anticipating the performance of the 2015 St. Johns musical on March 1, part of National Lutheran Schools Week celebrations set to begin Sunday and last through the end of the week.

  • Kingsland took second place for schools in Southeast Service Cooperative’s (SSC) Walking Challenge, in which nearly 800 members from 24 member organizations competed.

  • The Kingsland School District will join school districts throughout the state to salute local education leaders during Minnesota’s annual School Board Recognition Week Feb. 16 to 20.

  • OK so this might sound strange coming from the school tech guy, but technology seems to control our daily lives and now is taking over our sleep time.  
  • Dads, daughters hit the dance floor at Kingsland

    “My favorite was the dad that came to the dance wearing the tie that his daughter made him,” recounted Kingsland Community Education coordinator Becky Bicknese, speaking of the father-daughter dance, sponsored by Community Education, that was held Saturday, Feb. 7 in the Kingsland Middle School gymnasium. It was a night on the town together for fathers, grandfathers, uncles and girls from 3 years old to sixth grade.

  • Kingsland holds annual district spelling bee

    Kingsland Public Schools held its annual district spelling bee on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at the middle school in Wykoff.  Twenty-four students in grades five through eight participated. 

  • Kingsland Knowledge Bowl teams do well

    Kingsland Junior High Knowledge Bowl teams completed a very successful season as one team took second place at regional competition for Class A schools. 

  • It is great to be back at Kingsland as the Building and Grounds director. I wanted to take this opportunity to expand on a portion of Kingsland's business manager, Todd Lechtenberg's previous article on facility funding.

  • Marcus Plaehn named  Kiwanis Student of Month

    Marcus Plaehn has been chosen as the Spring Valley Kiwanis Club’s February Kiwanis Student of the Month.  He is the son of Doug and Michelle Plaehn of Spring Valley.

  • Kingsland weight room now  streamlined with new equipment
    “This is it…the M-24 Rogue Monster Rig,” said Kingsland athletic director Steve Hauser, showing off the new weight room equipment in the Kingsland gymnasium’s weight room.   
  • Kingsland School Aged Child Care (SACC) has several ways that we promote healthy wellbeing and creative academic growth for our students. Our program is open to 3-year-olds to fifth grade and we have a drop-off service, which comes in handy for many family situations. Many of our students have grown through individual play, developmentally appropriate activities and group activities.

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