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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29 MPR Diversity: Why are all the black kids sitting together?SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Administration: Orono High School principal announces retirement GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Barnum: Principal placed on administrative leave Carlton: School board votes to bond for $5.58 million Detroit Lakes: Community group emerges to begin discussing potential school bond Lake Superior: Students volunteer at food shelf Moose Lake: State education commissioner tours school MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Learning: Reaching out with books ST.

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Kenyon-Wanamingo: School district presents World’s Best Workforce plan Kingsland: New school board member eager to get to work Morris Area: Superintendent plans to retire at end of the school year ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Safety: There’s been cyberbullying ever since social media started AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Buildings: Committee forming to conduct study of space at preschool, elementary schools DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Buildings: Carlton School Board to vote on $5.5 million in projects Schedule: Duluth explores schedule options MANKATO FREE PRESS Column: Polling places not meant to manipulate results WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Teaching: Cadets get a taste of future career in Willmar schools FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15 THE MSBA WEEKLY ADVOCATE Politics: Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act bill update MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Facilities: Minnehaha Academy staff looks at old digs before damaged buildings come down Politics: Sen.Dayton orders flags at half-staff in honor of Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day ST.PAUL PIONEER PRESS Fundraising: With a $900 equipment budget, this St.Paul-Mendota-Heights-Eagan Area School Board approves bond referendum for May GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Alexandria: Rep.Mary Franson declines to meet with high school students Alexandria: School district approves levy increase Brandon-Evansville: More than 50 community members volunteer for committees Big Lake: School roofing bonds in at a good rate Blue Earth Area: Bucs Bags program gets resurrected ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Facilities: Albert Lea Area School Board considers future of complex BEMIDJI PIONEER Finances: Bemidji Area School Board sets tax levies Honors: Cass Lake teachers recognized for robotics tournament DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Facilities: Sprinkler system floods part of Chisholm High School Finances: Charter school says it’s not to blame for Duluth School District’s financial situation FAIRMONT SENTINEL Court: Blue Earth Area football player appears in court for alleged assault HIBBING DAILY NEWS Facilities: Sprinkler busts, causes damage at Chisholm High School Graduation: Chisholm High School meets graduation goal for 2016-2017 MANKATO FREE PRESS Board: Retiring Mankato Area School Board member advocated for “the whole child” Finances: Mankato Area School District receives a clean audit MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Grant: Yellow Medicine East School District receives art grant for metal mobiles ST.Stephen: Student wishes bullies would stop, but they don’t ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Group: Albert Lea Area elementary school students are learning American Sign Language and Spanish CROOKSTON TIMES Crime: School bus arm violators get jail time in Norman County Project: Crookston High School Construction Trades class with get some help on house Safety: School resource officer will be on the job in January DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Data: Proctor School District hit by ransomware attack FAIRMONT SENTINEL Finances: Granada-Huntley-East Chain School Board sets property tax levy Safety: Fairmont Area School District puts focus on bullying ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Health: Yoga helps teach Rochester first-graders how to cope WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Administration: BOLD School Board to consider part-time superintendent (MSBA mentioned) WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE Finances: Worthington School Board schedules meetings for truth-in-taxation, review and comment THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Sports: First team to take the field for Super Bowl will be Minneapolis North High Polars MPR Funding: St.

Paul teachers want companies, nonprofits to pay more for schools MINNPOST Discipline: Human Rights Symposium speaker lays out reasons for suspension alternatives POLITICO Politics: U. House’s Higher Education Act rewrite passes committee GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Aitkin: Elementary school seeking additional Ameri Corps volunteers Fillmore Central: School board hears positive audit report Glencoe-Silver Lake: Students pitch ideas for creating “makerspace” Spring Grove: Minnesota Association of Townships announces scholarship program for high school juniors AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Budget: Board approves and certifies levy NEW ULM JOURNAL Budget: Sleepy Eye approves 1.94 levy increase ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Teaching: Elias goes to all lengths to help students succeed WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13 THE MSBA ADVOCATE Politics: U. House Education Committee approves PROSPER Act for reforms to higher education MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Calendar: Shorter school year in Minneapolis divides parents MINNPOST Youth: Edina lawsuit highlights political club tensions GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Belle Plaine: School board recommits to i Pad lease plan Minnewaska Area: Parents, community discuss future of school district at advisory meeting Randolph: School board looking at space issues Windom Area: Task force input weighs heavily in upcoming school survey Windom Area: School district to offer incentives for early resignations AUSTIN DAILY HERALD Community: School food drive breaks a record DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Discipline: Barnum principal put on leave FAIRMONT SENTINEL Budget: School levy to fall 0.7 percent MANKATO FREE PRESS Courts: United South Central former educator pleads guilty to child porn charges ROCHESTER POST-BULLETIN Health: A little yoga helps first-graders WEST CENTRAL TRIBUNE Administration: Sherri Broderius to serve as MACCRAY interim superintendent TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12 THE MSBA ADVOCATE Politics: U. House Education Committee to mark up PROSPER Act Testing: State assessment working group releases recommendations MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Column: Companies need more workers with basic computer skills, not coders Diversity: Minnesota anticipates major drop-off in refugee arrivals SUBURBAN WEEKLIES Honors: Hopkins High School teacher wins award for innovative conservation education GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Big Lake: High school revising early graduation policy Northfield: Enrollment factors into district’s levy increase St.

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?

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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 gym teacher raised more than $15,000 online MPR Data: Census shows Minnesota increasingly multilingual MINNPOST Politics: Minnesota's projected budget deficit is already souring expectations for the 2018 legislative session THE ATLANTIC Report: Schools failing to address widespread and harmful teen dating violence THE JOURNAL Research: Early test scores don’t predict future academic growth GREATER MINNESOTA WEEKLIES Cloquet: School district finances better than predicted Esko: Teacher named “Health Teacher of the Year” Jackson County Central: School board accepts nearly $45,000 in donations Jackson County Central: Declining per-pupil payments may force spending cuts Jackson County Central: Virtual school days a reality at district Le Sueur-Henderson: School board approves tax levy Le Sueur-Henderson: Superintendent to leave district, board starts search for replacement Litchfield: School board considers investing in student IDs Moose Lake: School receives “Seizure Smart” designation Pipestone Area: School board approves new teacher contract Pipestone Area: Real-world student program shaping up Sibley East: Arlington school site is two months behind schedule St. students lose ground on international literacy assessment Testing: U. students comprehend information better online than on paper ALBERT LEA TRIBUNE Negotiations: Albert Lea Area School Board approves salary increase for unions DULUTH NEWS TRIBUNE Health: Student-athletes need better education on energy drinks FAIRMONT SENTINEL Safety: Parents seek change at Blue Earth Area MANKATO FREE PRESS Budget: No protests of school property tax hike MARSHALL INDEPENDENT Enrollment: Number of students rising at Marshall School District OWATONNA PEOPLE'S PRESS Finances: Medford School Board discusses audit, financials, proposed levy WORTHINGTON DAILY GLOBE Group: Worthington teens take proactive approach to decision making through SADD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5 MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE Discipline: Blue Earth Area football banquet canceled following charges that four players beat teammate Extracurricular: National Spelling Bee to expand Politics: Minnesota facing $188 million deficit ST.