St. Cloud area voters will likely go to the polls again this fall to decide on whether to build a new Tech High School and upgrade Apollo High School. District 742 Superintendent Willie Jett will be proposing a November referendum for a new Tech High School and updated Apollo to the school board.
If severe weather or an active shooter threatens a school, what are steps that need to take place to keep students and teachers safe? Administrators from several Central Minnesota schools heard a presentation on Thursday at Avon Elementary from the Minnesota School Safety Center, which is part of the Minnesota Division of Homeland Security.
A community task force has recommended that the Sauk Rapids-Rice School District build a fourth elementary school and replace Pleasantview Elementary with a new building. A task force of nearly 100 community members have been gathering over the last two years as part of an ongoing facility study to address space concerns in the district.
Governor Mark Dayton signed a budget bill last month that included money to help at-risk students in the St. Cloud area school district. $1.5 million was signed into law for the Sanneh Foundation, a nonprofit that supports students who are at risk of dropping out or failing to graduate.
Some of us had a chance to build a bird house in our high school tech-ed class....A group of Tech students recently outdid this (a lot) by building an entire house. 15 Tech juniors and seniors have been working on the house since last September in partnership with Habitat for Humanity.
After weighing numerous college choices during his time at Sartell High School, Gopi Ramanathan has decided to attend Cornell University in New York. Ramanathan is enjoying his summer after a bustling academic career in Sartell.
After sifting through over 60 community submissions, Tech High School announced its new activities logo on Tuesday.
In February, students, staff, alumni and the community were asked to submit ideas for the new logo.
The Melrose community overwhelmingly voted against a $25.7-$28.8 million referendum for Melrose Schools on Thursday. A two-part question was on the ballot. The first asked for $24.9 million towards construction, plus $800,000 in bonding costs.
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