ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDUCATION

Latest Headlines
From the column: "Working at Ordean East cured my empty-nester impoverishment. It also gave me a bright awakening to what pulse the newer middle-school generation likes and prefers."
From the column: "The pandemic exacerbated burnout amongst child-care workers. Safety precautions and quarantines led to understaffing. ... Workers were already experiencing burnout, and the pandemic amplified it."
Friday's Minawaanigoziwin Round Dance was a part of Native American Heritage Month nationally and a local week of Indigenous cultural events in schools.
The Minnesota Department of Education on Friday, Nov. 18, said it ordered all school districts to create a plan to provide all students with the same meals regardless of lunch debt status.
About 7% was finished as of Friday morning
Members Only
Amid nationwide staffing shortages in the public safety sector, local officials are offering a new deep-dive course that aims to establish a pipeline to the fire and EMS profession on the Iron Range.

ADVERTISEMENT

Twenty-five educators from across the state were guests of the Army National Guard as they were given a helicopter ride and a tour of the camp.
Magas was hired in 2020 and started in his role that summer.
The longtime finance administrator led the school since 2018.

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT