RINK & RUN Goucher Back Home
Duluth-raised Olympian Kara Goucher was home Friday to talk with middle school students at Ordean and Woodland, an event organized by Grandma's Marathon. Goucher, 30, who attended W... Posted on 5/8/09 at 11:52 AM
One answer seems mighty clear when it comes to what to call Duluth’s two remaining high schools. With respect to history and with an eye on uniting Duluth — rather than further dividing the city — the schools should be Denfeld and Ordean.
A rash of student fights and threatening notes at Woodland Middle School has led some parents to question what’s going on at the school in its first year serving a combined population of Woodland and Ordean students.
When doors closed this week on Ordean’s last day as a middle school, Principal Jerry Maki was optimistic that many opportunities would open for his students and teachers. But that feeling isn’t shared by everyone.
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