When the late Win Wallin was in the hospital being treated for cancer, a Wallin Scholar cared for him. He could take pride in the fact that this doctor had made it through his undergraduate years of college thanks in large part to the scholarship program he founded in 1992 in Minneapolis.
The Grants for Teacher Needs program, newly developed by the parent association at Legacy Christian Academy, a private school serving students in pre-K-12th grade, made it possible to grant funding for teachers’ innovative projects not covered by the school’s budget, including a wireless weather station that will provide accurate weather details for the surrounding Andover community via wunderground.com.
The number of moms returning to college to complete their degrees is higher than ever. With flexible, high-caliber programs now available online, more moms are choosing to earn their degrees online in order to balance family time and work commitments with school. Arizona State University Online, one of the country’s leading online programs, offers the [...]
Retirements and new career opportunities will result in four Anoka-Hennepin schools getting new principals for the 2014-15 school year.
More than 130 Spring Lake Park High School students gave up the first week of their summer to attend a leadership camp at the high school.
Part of a design team studying activities and athletics in District 16, Spring Lake Park High School Activities and Athletic Director Matt St. Martin presented “next steps” that came out of the study to the school board June 10.
St. Francis High School’s pilot chemical dependency program took great strides this spring.