Tune in to Kids Speak from 6-9 as Jay Caldwell talks with 11th graders at Cathedral High School. The Juniors tackle current event and some of life's toughest questions. The conversations will be posted online Wednesday morning.
Kids Speak on WJON this week features conversations with 2nd graders from Talahi Elementary. Second graders talk to Jay Caldwell about current events, what they like about school and what they do outside of school.
Tune in to the WJON Morning News Watch 5-10 Wednesday morning. Jay Caldwell talks with 2nd graders from Talahi Elementary in St. Cloud in another edition of Kids Speak. Kids ask questions about current events, excitement for spring and more.
WJON's "Kids Speak" program featured Jay Caldwell talking to Sauk Rapids-Rice freshmen this week. The freshmen talked about their hopes and dreams, answered some current events and touched on what they learned from their parents.
Tune in Wednesday morning and listen to the Morning Newswatch with Jay Caldwell. Jay will be talking with 9th graders from Sauk Rapids-Rice High School throughout the morning and St. Cloud State President Earl Potter stops by at 8:10.
Tune in to Jay Caldwell's Morning Newswatch Wednesday morning. Listen to "Kids Speak" from 6-9am as Jay talks with 4th graders at Pine Meadow Elementary School in Sartell. The complete conversations will be posted on wjon.com afterward.
Kids Speak on WJON Wednesday highlights conversations with Apollo High School Seniors. Jay Caldwell gave multiple choice, short answer, true and false and fill in the blank questions. Listen to the conversations below.
St. Cloud State Interim Assistant Dean of Students for Chemical Health and Outreach Jennifer Sell-Matzke will join Jay Caldwell at 8:10 Wednesday morning to talk about chemical abuse issues on and off campus.
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