Seventy-five Northdale Middle School students were recognized for their achievements during the school year at the ninth annual People’s Choice Awards ceremony April 25.
Scenes from the Lincoln Elementary School for the Art’s April 26 spring carnival.
Like a crew anticipating a flight through uncharted skies, Kim Pavlovich and Todd Mensink navigate the airways, check the instruments and fine tune the aircraft.
An Anoka High School graduate March 15 helped ring the New York Stock Exchange bell after he was recognized as one of the top four employees in 2012 for an international company that employs about 7,000 people.
Two Coon Rapids elementary school students placed in the Minnesota D.A.R.E., Inc. 2013 poster contest.
Selecting Barbie dolls and action figures, stuffed animals, puzzles and games, art supplies, pens and pencils Hoover Elementary School students stuffed bags full of toys, trinkets and treasures during the April 18 Birthday Bag Blitz.
Thirty teams of elementary, middle and high school students from throughout Minnesota, including Coon Rapids and Northdale middle schools, will gather for a nutrition and NFL-themed training camp at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome to reward their efforts to eat healthy foods and stay active.
Five of 13 local Destination Imagination (DI) teams competing in last weekend’s state tournament have advanced to the Global Finals tournament, set for May 22-25 in Knoxville, Tenn.
A Coon Rapids Middle School student – struggling to read but eager to share his love of books with his little sister – chose a board book to read to her.
Six children play together, climbing to the mountain top and sledding down hill on a snowy April day.
“Capturing Kindness at Sand Creek” was the theme of Sand Creek Elementary School’s annual family Showcase event April 11.
Competing for bookworm bragging rights, Anoka-Hennepin middle school students compete in a Battle of the Books, devouring hundreds of pages of the written word, memorizing character traits, story lines, plot twists and subtle innuendos.
Glowing with pride and eager to show off their school, University Avenue ACES Elementary School student ambassadors lead visitors on a tour of the building.
With vivid color, contagious enthusiasm and spirited energy, Anoka Middle School for the Arts (AMSA) celebrated students’ cultural heritage during the second annual Multicultural Celebration April 4.
Adams Elementary School, Coon Rapids, staged its annual carnival Saturday - one of the largest fund-raisers of the year.
Raindrops sprinkled the just-thawed ground as hundreds paced their way out and back on the 5K route mapped out on Anoka High School campus property April 6.
The Danakil Depression, located in part of the Great Rift Valley, is one of the lowest points on which continent?
Over spring break, 13 students from Coon Rapids Middle School traveled to Washington, D.C. and New York City for five days.
Second-graders put glitter on paper hearts, pasted on stars, fluffed up tissue paper, drew bright smiles on colorful happy faces – all to bring some love and joy to a little girl lying in a hospital room.
Ross Eichele, Blaine High School English/language arts and public speaking teacher and debate coach, is one 10 teachers from across the state to have been named finalists in the 2013 Minnesota Teacher of the Year program.
The hallways adorned with original artwork and melodies merrily bouncing from wall to wall in the gymnasium, Eisenhower Elementary School, Coon Rapids, celebrated its annual Allied Arts Night March 26.
Nearly 100 teams participated in the North Metro Destination Imagination regional tournament at Blaine High School March 23.