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  •  Grandview Students Celebrate at Winter Blast

    Grandview Students Celebrate at Winter Blast

    Grandview Middle School students celebrated the end of the semester at the Winter Blast on Jan. 27. The annual party, which featured a Winter Wonderland theme, was open to all students and included a DJ, open gym, dodgeball, volleyball, karaoke, movies, and snacks. Students also enjoyed bingo, crafts, and a creative photo booth.

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  •  GMS Students Win Future City Award

    GMS Students Win Future City Award

    The Future City Competition starts with a simple question: "How can we make the world a better place?" A total of 19 Grandview Middle School students participated in the course this year, with 10 of the students competing in the regional competition at Dakota County Technical College on January 21. Winning the award for Best Railway Infrastructure out of 40 statewide competitors was the team of seventh graders Tryggvi Carlson, Aidan Huesmann, Sophia Stanberry, and Annabelle Strege.

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    Westonka Schools Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.

    Westonka Public Schools students spent time this month reflecting on the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Although the holiday that celebrates the civil rights leader’s birthday was a no-school day for students, educators took opportunities during January to have students learn about Dr. King's work and his contributions to society.

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    Nominations Now Open for 2023 Ann Bremer White Hawks Award

    Nominations will be accepted through Feb. 24 for the 2023 Ann Bremer White Hawks Award. The award recognizes some of the many dedicated volunteers who offer exceptional service to our school community. Any Westonka staff member, parent or community member may nominate candidates for the award.

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  •  Grandview Lego Teams Compete in Tournament

    Grandview LEGO Teams Compete in Tournament

    Two teams of Grandview Middle School students competed in the High-Tech Kids FIRST LEGO League Regional Tournament on Dec. 11 at Holy Family Catholic Church. The FIRST Lego League, which introduces science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) to children through fun, exciting hands-on learning, is intended to be a feeder program for the successful robotics team at Mound Westonka High School.

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