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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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  •  Engineering Regatta Features Cardboard Crafts

    Engineering Regatta Featured Cardboard Crafts

    While regattas are usually reserved for warmer weather, engineering students in the Project Lead the Way program at Mound Westonka High School launched their cardboard crafts into the MWHS pool Jan. 26 in the annual Engineering Regatta. A total of 14 boats created by 48 students competed in this year’s event.

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    Westonka Educators in the Running for Minnesota Teacher of the Year

    A pair of Westonka educators are among the 131 candidates for 2023 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. Angela LaJoy from Westonka Early Learning and Melissa Bray from Shirley Hills Primary School have accepted their nominations and completed the required materials to become eligible for the honor.

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  •  Shirley Hills PTA Provides Book Vending Machine

    Shirley Hills PTA Provides Book Vending Machine

    Eager readers at Shirley Hills Primary School now have the opportunity to earn a special golden coin to choose a book from the school’s new book vending machine. The ribbon cutting for the vending machine took place on Jan. 17.

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