Solheim celebrates 30 years with first principal Don Prouty
Posted on 2/22/2017
Solheim Elementary School is 30 years old, and to celebrate, the staff put together a slide show of when the school was being built and what it looks like today. Solheim's first principal, Don Prouty (1987-1992), oversaw the school's construction was invited to make a presentation. His wife and three ...
Student loan relief for teachers
Posted on 2/22/2017
Teacher shortages exist in 14 subjects in ND; instructors in those subjects will be eligible for student loan relief, debt forgiveness or deferrals under federal student loan programs, including Perkins and Stafford loans.
The shortage areas are economics and the free enterprise system, computer education, driver and traffic safety ...
HMS students selected for ND ACDA Honors Choir
Posted on 2/21/2017
Students from Horizon Middle School attended the North Dakota ACDA (American Choral Directors Association) Honor choir in Fargo on February 3rd and 4th. Fourteen Horizon students were selected by audition. The mixed choir winners were Megan Hubley, Aidan Quirk, Brenna Dietrich, Aaron Wu, Nate Krantz, Rockwell Jones, Patrick Watson, ...
Comment sought on Education Improvement Plan
Posted on 2/16/2017
State Superintendent Kirsten Baesler is seeking public comment on North Dakota's almost-completed plan for complying with the new Every Student Succeeds Act federal education law.
The plan outlines new strategies for evaluating the effectiveness of North Dakota's schools. It suggests ways to make it easier for parents, taxpayers and ...
Livestock Judging Team does well
Posted on 2/15/2017
The Bismarck FFA/Burleigh 4-H Livestock Judging Team did well at the NDSU livestock judging contest. Ten senior 4-H teams in North Dakota competed, and the Burleigh County team tied for 2nd place overall and 1st place in both Sheep and Oral Reasons.
Team member Kaitlyn Peterson of Century High ...
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