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Update: More State Schools Opting Out of Spring Break

An update to a story we first told you about on Tuesday: Some Minnesota school districts are scrapping the traditional spring break in favor of some extended weekends.

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Sartell-St. Stephen Eliminates Spring Break 2013

Students and parents in the Sartell-St. Stephen schools will notice a change in their schedule next school year.

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Food Scoring System Implemented at Sartell-St. Stephen

An update to a story we first told you about back in October. Today (Wednesday) is the first day students and staff at Sartell-St. Stephen middle and high schools will notice some numbers next to their food choices.

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Schools Host Information Sessions on Operating Levies

Two area school districts are hosting public meetings on their operating levies.

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Sartell Schools Implement Food Scoring System

A new program will make it easier for Sartell-St. Stephen students to make healthy food choices. The Medica Foundation donated $30,000 to incorporate the NuVal scoring system in the ala carte and vending lines at the middle and high schools.

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Enrollment Increases at the St. Cloud Metro Area Schools

Enrollment is up for the St. Cloud metro area schools. For just the high schools, Sauk Rapid-Rice has passed Apollo making it the second largest high school in the metro behind Tech.

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Reading, 11th Grade Math up on Minnesota MCAs

Minnesota students are showing slight progress on the reading portion of the state's standardized tests, but 11th graders fared better on the math test.

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Levy, Bond Questions On Sartell-St. Stephen Ballot

The Sartell-St. Stephen school district will put two questions on the November ballot. The first will ask voters to approve a $2.9 million levy for 10 years. That would replace the current $1.2 million levy that is set to expire at the end of this year.

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Sartell-St. Stephen Prepares For New School Year With Several Events

Sartell-St. Stephen School District is gearing up for several upcoming “Back to School” events to get students and families ready for another exciting school year.

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Area School Boards To Decide On Levy Questions Tonight

Operating levies will be the main topic of discussion at two area school board meetings tonight (Monday). Sartell-St. Stephen has a $1.2 million levy that's set to expire this year. Meanwhile, the Sauk Rapids-Rice school board will also vote tonight on whether to put a $938,000 operating levy on the November ballot.

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