PAUL PIONEER PRESS Curriculum: Zombie apocalypse writing assignment leads to controversy at Parkers Prairie SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Facilities: St.
Paul’s Johnson High School renovations are wrapping up GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Belle Plaine: School board discusses next move on i Pad “refresh” plan Belle Plaine: Three candidates elected to school board Belle Plaine: Board member to resign to take job at district BEMIDJI PIONEER Administration: Ami Aalgaard to lead Gene Dillon Elementary DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Buildings: Duluth School Board approves changes to mulch replacement cost ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Health: Stewartville backtracks on alternative meals in schools WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Buildings: Move to Willmar’s Lakeland Elementary will begin next month TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Administration: MSHSL approves Sauk Rapids-Rice principal as new leader Diversity: Edina to host second meeting on race and equity Health: Kimchi for kids?
PAUL PIONEER PRESS Grading: Wrong grades printed on hundreds of St.
Paul report cards Youth: Teen inventor earns a trip to hear from Nobel Prize winners DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Funding: Board denies compensatory education funding change FAIRMONT SENTINEL Finances: Audit shows district is in good shape Administration: Blue Earth Area superintendent offers State of the District HIBBING Collaboration: Virginia and Eveleth-Gilbert to share business office staff ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Graduation: Are Rochester graduates ready for the workforce?
PAUL PIONEER PRESS Curriculum: Kindergarten is the new preschool Curriculum: Yoga? Students get their choice twice a week MPR Graduation: How far can grit get you? Senate to consider tax reform plan with K-12 ramifications THE JOURNAL Report: Motivation a major factor in U. student test performance REUTERS Report: Bullied teens twice as likely to bring weapons to school GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Big Lake: School board to bond for 2018 improvements Blue Earth Area: Board hears residents’ bullying concerns Blue Earth Area: Students facing felony charges in alleged assault Chatfield: District implements new programs Ely: Sixth-grader raising money to fight childhood cancer Goodhue: Three candidates elected to school board Houston: School board hears praise of new math intervention program Kenyon-Wanamingo: Voters approve both ballot questions Kingsland: School board fills vacancy Lanesboro: Planning committee presents report to school board Mabel-Canton: Superintendent lays groundwork for the future Park Rapids Area: School concession stands facing greater scrutiny Rushford-Peterson: Board approves e-learning guidelines with concerns Zumbrota-Mazeppa: Voters OK referendum questions AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Extracurricular: Austin robotics teams advance to state BRAINERD DISPATCH Referendum: Brainerd officials crunch data to select polling places Referendum: Board sets bond vote for April MANKATO FREE PRESS Crime: Former school cooks union treasurer convicted of theft ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Discipline: Red Wing teacher put on leave pending investigation Policy: Stewartville overturns lunch policy MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Courts: Minnesota Supreme Court case should inspire another look at teacher tenure law Funding: Minnesota companies invest in high schools to boost vocational, engineering and other high-demand work Youth: Network of caring adults can be key to stopping youth homelessness ST.
You bet MPR Curriculum: Tech center offers chance to build critical skills THE 74 Discipline: U. Education Department poised to reverse Obama-era school discipline guidance SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Athletics: Centennial wrestling coach passes away Program: Cultural liaisons build bridges between home and White Bear Lake Area School District GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Big Lake: School district in good financial condition Big Lake: Students honor veterans ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Buildings: Survey shows desire for updates to Hammer Field complex FAIRMONT SENTINEL Safety: Bullying, assault sparks outcry MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Finance: Marshall reports 0,000 general fund turnaround ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Teaching: Make no mistake, she’s in the classroom WAHPETON-BRECKENRIDGE DAILY NEWS Safety: Resources for parents on safe Internet use for children WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE Discipline: Jackson County Central reinstates assistant football coach MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Budget: Minneapolis announces hiring freeze, travel reductions ST.
PAUL PIONEER PRESS Extracurricular: Rosemount sends off marching band for Macy’s parade Politics: Battered St.
CLOUD TIMES Buildings: Board looks to transfer Tech to city WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Buildings: Families invited to see new elementary WINONA DAILY NEWS & WINONA POST Finances: Winona Area’s bond rating downgraded Survey: Winona board poised to survey community about facilities THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21 ST. Education Department tells Minnesota, other states they have more work to do on Every Student Succeeds Act SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Budget: Jordan School Board sets 2018-2019 tax levy Technology: Upcoming vote could alter how some school districts get technology services GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Benson: Threats cause evacuation during high school basketball game Ellsworth: Student council sponsors food drive New Prague Area: Mural shows history of high school ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Buildings: Board considers the future of Hammer Complex DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Youth: Homelessness in Duluth schools MANKATO FREE PRESS Board: Retiring school board member gently advocated for the whole child MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Editorial: Look for ways to prevent future bad behavior ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Budget: Byron schools plan to build up budget reserve WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Safety: Student brings gun to Brooklyn Center elementary school ST. Paul to buy Crosswinds school in Woodbury Enrollment: St.
PAUL PIONEER PRESS Diversity: Woodbury High School confronts racist behavior by some students MPR Buildings: Minnehaha students keep moving ahead MINNPOST Youth: Easing the effects of homelessness on St. Paul numbers down slightly this year MPR Cooperation: TIES proves costly for Twin Cities school districts SESSION DAILY Politics: Following FCC ruling, state lawmakers say they’ll fight to protect net neutrality BEMIDJI PIONEER Board: Bemidji Area accepting school board applications for truncated term DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Budget: Duluth School District avoids layoffs, but cuts still must be made MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Safety: Healing after bullying NEW ULM JOURNAL Budget: New Ulm School board to vote on levy for 2018 WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Administration: BOLD School Board postpones superintendent decision WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE Budget: Worthington School Board approves levy TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19 THE MSBA ADVOCATE Politics: U. House expected to vote on tax reform bill today MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Accident: Iron Range high school student dies in snowmobile crash Administration: Hiawatha Academies executive director to step down in June MINNPOST Court: Why the conservative students suing Edina High School may have a decent shot of winning their case U. HOUSE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND THE WORKFORCE Politics: U. Education Secretary Betsy De Vos to testify at hearing on Department of Education SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Referendum: West St.