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  • Students Go 'Wild' for Math at the Zoo

    African penguins can dive as deep as 130 meters, which makes their heart rate drop 15 percent to conserve oxygen. If a penguin’s resting heart rate is 72 beats per minute, what is their deep dive heart rate? Nearly 400 Grandview Middle School sixth- and seventh-grade students discovered the answer to that question and many others at Math Day at the Minnesota Zoo on Nov. 6.

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  • Westonka Names 2018-2019 Building Teachers of the Year

    Westonka Education Minnesota kicked off American Education Week Nov. 13 by announcing the 2018-2019 building Teachers of the Year. Congratulations to this year's honored educators: Annemarie Brockopp from Westonka Early Learning, Theresa Schmidt from Hilltop Primary School, Scott Lhotka from Shirley Hills Primary School, Deb Castner from Grandview Middle School and Laura Hensley from Mound Westonka High School.

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  • Support the Westonka Foodies Angel Fund on Give to the Max Day

    Thursday, Nov. 15 is Give to the Max Day 2018. On this annual day of giving, please consider making a donation to support the Westonka Foodies Angel Fund, which is used to pay breakfast and lunch meal account charges for students who may otherwise go without food during the school day.

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  • Holiday Boutique to Benefit Westonka Bands

    The Sixth Annual Westonka Bands Holiday Boutique will be held Saturday, Nov. 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Grandview Middle School. More than 40 vendors will be on hand with a unique array of gifts for your holiday shopping. Holiday music will be provided by Westonka band students. Treats and raffle prizes will be part of the fun.

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  • Rotary Interact Club Service Project Supports U.S. Troops

    Deployed U.S. troops will receive some holiday cheer in the mail this winter thanks to the Mound Westonka Rotary Interact Club. Interact Club members worked with students from every Westonka school to create over 200 handmade cards that will be sent overseas through the Operation Gratitude program.

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  • Faculty Artwork on Display in PAC Gallery

    Members of the Westonka Public Schools K-12 Art Department installed on Oct. 26 a series of original artwork now on display at the new Westonka Performing Arts Center. There will be a reception on Nov. 8 from 5-7 p.m. in the PAC, where visitors will have the chance to view the artwork, talk with the artists and take in the beautiful new gallery space.

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