Chanhassen High School released its Dean’s List for the second semester of the 2020-21 school year. Students on Dean’s List 1 have a 3.667-4.0 grade point average. Students on Dean’s List 2 have a 3.0-3.666 grade point average.
Chaska High School released its Dean’s List for the second semester of the 2020-21 school year. Students on Dean’s List 1 have a 3.667-4.0 grade point average. Students on Dean’s List 2 have a 3.0-3.666 grade point average.
Southwest Christian High School recently released its spring honor roll for the 2020-21 school year.
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Minnesota's graduation rate reached an all-time high last year despite online learning and other challenges brought with the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, according to data released this month by the Minnesota Department of Education.
Students and teachers from Holy Family Catholic High School partnered with the We Share Solar Solutionary Program to build two solar suitcases.
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On the evening of Friday, May 14, students and families gathered outdoors at Holy Family Catholic High School to watch soon-to-be-graduated high school senior Grace McGlynn take her final bow in a Holy Family Theater Department production.
Thirty-five staff members of Eastern Carver County Schools will no longer hold their positions as of June 30, 2021, as the termination and non-renewal of these probationary teaching contracts were eliminated at a May 24 District 112 School Board meeting.
While many of the elementary school buildings in Eastern Carver County Schools are roughly 15-20% under student capacity, others, most notably Carver Elementary School are at capacity or very close.
With three elementary principal openings and a director of community education position being vacated due to retirements, Eastern Carver County Schools received more than 90 applicants for the positions.
Gov. Tim Walz announced Thursday night the state of Minnesota mask mandate will be relinquished on Friday, May 14, with guidance from the Centers of Disease Control releasing information saying those vaccinated no longer need to wear a mask indoors.
Six or so months away from a potential Eastern Carver County Schools referendum, the school board is finding a willingness to listen from residents, but uncertainty still remains despite cuts of nearly $10 millions from the 2020-21 and 2021-22 budget.
Joan MacDonald may be retiring as Bluff Creek Elementary School’s principal on June 30, but she’s spending her last few months doing more than just administrative duties.
Nancy Wittman-Beltz has been an educator for 46 years; a principal in Eastern Carver County Schools for 26 years; the building leader at Jonathan Elementary the last 23 years.
June Johnson waved her hands in front of her face, fanning herself a bit as she became emotional while trying to verbalize why she is retiring after 37 years of serving children, families and communities as a public education leader.
Sydney Turner has always enjoyed poetry. The Chaska High School senior was one of six blue ribbon winners for a poetry contest held by the Arts Consortium of Carver County in 2018.
After a year of unexpected expenditures and fluctuating enrollment numbers, school districts throughout the state face budget shortfalls that could be ongoing.
A year after Eastern Carver County Schools had to make $6 million in cuts, felt heavily with the loss of more than 32 full-time equivalent instructional positions, a second round of cuts and revenue enhancements was approved April 26 by the school board.
Sydney Turner, a Chaska High School senior, was named the 2021 MSHSL AA Poetry Champion at the state speech tournament on April 23.
Eastern Carver County Schools was forced to cut more than 31 full-time equivalent teaching positions during the 2020-21 budget process, $6 million in total, for what the district says is a result of the 2019 failed referendum.
Thirty-four students from the Chaska Speech Team competed at the 2AA Sub-section tournament on Monday, March 15. The top nine competitors in each category qualified to advance to the 2AA Section Tournament, according to a Chaska Speech press release.
The question floating around many metro school districts is whether online learning opportunities will continue in the 2021-22 school year if in-person learning is available full-time in the fall.
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On Friday, March 5, the Minnesota Department of Health put out a press release warning of an outbreak of a B117 variant of the COVID-19 virus centered in Carver County.
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