The new pool at the west end of Pioneer Ridge Middle School is months away from completion.
Chanhassen High School released its Dean’s List for the first semester of the 2017-18 school year. Students on Dean’s List 1 have a 3.667 or higher grade point average. Students on Dean’s List 2 have a 3.0-3.666 …
T ia Borg had never heard of the American Visions Medal for artists until she got the news by email that she had been nominated for the honor at the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards.
When the Class of 2016 graduated, one of the commencement speakers noted that three classmates were not present. They had died over the course of the previous two years. It was a solemn moment for all present.
Eden Prairie Schools staff and other community members have been mourning the loss of Cedar Ridge Elementary School Interim Principal Joe Epping since his sudden death on Monday, Jan. 22.
Students and staff wore Pennies for Patients kick-off T-shirts designed by a student in Technology and Design Thinking (TDT) on Feb. 1 at Chaska Middle School West.
Eden Prairie School District staff and students have been getting support after the sudden death of Cedar Ridge Elementary Interim Principal Joe Epping.
Joe Epping had many connections to Eden Prairie, but one thing was clear to everyone he worked with — he loved kids and was passionate about education.
Classes were canceled or delayed across the southwest metro this morning, Tuesday, Jan. 23, as a result of a winter storm that dumped about a foot of snow on the Twin Cities on Monday, Jan. 22.
Students from Chaska and Chanhassen high schools are scheduled to compete in a regional competition for the National Science Bowl on Saturday, Jan. 20.
Lucas Wagner, a seventh-grade student at St. Hubert School in Chanhassen, won the school competition of the National Geographic Bee on Jan. 10, and a chance at a $50,000 college scholarship.
Having their lunch thrown in the trash should be the last thing Minnesota kids have to endure, according to state Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius.
The Eastern Carver County School Board certified the final levy on Monday, Dec. 18, which is a slight increase over the previous year’s levy.