Prior Lake High School theater students hope to get audiences out of their seats and dancing in the aisles with their latest production of the classic “Mamma Mia!” musical.
Metcalf Middle School and M.W. Savage and Sioux Trail elementary schools would close at the end of the school year under a proposal presented to Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District leaders Thursday.
Three years ago, Tokata Learning Center students Alicia Mason and Diego Paquette Ten Bear were on the cusp of dropping out of high school. That was before Mason got pregnant.
Former Shakopee School Board member Mary Romansky has died at the age of 63, according to a funeral home obituary published online Nov. 11.
Shakopee Schools Assistant Superintendent David Orlowsky presented on the final two middle school rezoning options for the 2020-2021 school year to parents and family members on Oct. 29 and Nov. 7.
In observance of Veterans Day, students from Jordan Public Schools and members of the community gathered in the Jordan High School gym to share the memories of those who’ve served in the United States armed forces and honor their service.
This past summer, Holy Family Catholic High School students Drew Pearson and Cela Watkins received sponsorships to participate in a week-long summer business, career, and financial literacy camp, Minnesota Business Venture (MBV). The Schott Foundation provided the sponsorship for the student…
Voters in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District voted to raise their property levy Tuesday, according to unofficial results reported to the Minnesota Secretary of State.
Eden Prairie High School’s drama department will bring “Guys and Dolls” to life onstage Nov. 8-9 and Nov. 14-16.
The four candidates with the most votes for Eden Prairie School Board on Nov. 5 were Adam Seidel, Debjyoti "DD" Dwivedy, Aaron Casper and Veronica Stoltz, according to unofficial results on the Minnesota Secretary of State's website.
MINNETRISTA — The Westonka School Board will not see any changes this election cycle as all four incumbents were re-elected to the School Board after running unopposed, according to unofficial election results.
HOPKINS — Three new members will join the Hopkins School Board in January, according to unofficial election results on the Secretary of State's website.
For Minnetonka Public Schools, there were 11 candidates running for four positions. The winning candidates include three incumbents.
MINNETONKA — Voters in the Minnetonka Public School District elected one new member and re-elected three members to the School Board on Tuesday, Nov. 5, according to unofficial results from the Secretary of State's website.
ORONO — Voters in the Orono School District voted down a technology levy on Tuesday, Nov. 5, according to unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s website.
MINNETRISTA — Westonka Public School District voters approved the district’s proposed operating levy referendum on Nov. 5 with 65.24% of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office.
ORONO — Voters in the Orono Public School District went to the polls on Nov. 5 to elect three members to the Orono School Board.
PLYMOUTH — Voters on Nov. 5 elected a new member to the Wayzata School Board and re-elected three others.
Voters approved one of three Eastern Carver County Schools referendum questions on Tuesday.
Voters in the Lake Minnetonka area voted Tuesday, Nov. 5, to elect members to the school board in the district in which they live. Some voters also had ballot questions and in Minnetonka there was a City Council race.
PLYMOUTH — Wayzata Public Schools celebrated its newest school, North Woods Elementary, on Sunday, Nov. 3, in a dedication ceremony.
Ten people will be on the ballot on Nov. 5 for four seats available on Eden Prairie's School Board. Eden Prairie News asked each of them seven questions about their vision for the board, which is a seven-member elected body that governs the Eden Prairie School District, approves the district…
Jackson Elementary teachers rallied together to collect money for a bench honoring Nancy Olene, the mother of a third-grade teacher at the school and a longtime volunteer who died last month.
A newly unveiled reunification plan will streamline and standardize Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools’ response to situations like tornadoes, gas leaks or other incidents, officials said this week.
On Nov. 5, people across the Lake Minnetonka area will enter polling booths to cast their vote in local elections.
Voters in the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District on Election Day will decide whether to pay an estimated $1.7 million more each year in overall property taxes for the district.
On Nov. 5, local voters will decide whether or not to approve a $39.5 million Jordan Public Schools referendum that consists of three proposals which increase the student levy and secure building bonds for a variety of improvement projects.
On Nov. 5, Eden Prairie will elect four people to the seven-member Eden Prairie School Board. The candidates are:
Minnesota schools can do a better job of teaching about Native Americans’ history and present, the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community said this month.
It’s one thing juggling classes and athletics, but this year the Prior Lake cheer team has decided to add helping their community to their balancing act.
A lecture hall full of mostly sophomore Shakopee High School students sat intently as three former drug users shared their stories, which were riddled with violence and jail time and unexpected pregnancies. The lectures weren’t unlike what many have heard at some point in high school, and th…
Nine of the 10 candidates for Eden Prairie School Board attended a community conversation and listening session about school nutritional policy on Oct. 15, according to one of the hosts of the event.
The September 2019 Shakopee Lions Student of the Month is Angelina Huynh. She is currently an eighth-grade student attending Shakopee Area Catholic School and is the daughter of Richard Huynh and Thao Lu of Shakopee. Her favorite classes are religion, musical theater and science. She loves h…
From family relationships and social media to their GPAs, teens have a lot on their minds as they navigate those notoriously angst-ridden years.
- Update: Prior Lake woman charged with felonies after two separate incidents
- Metcalf, M.W. Savage and Sioux Trail would close under proposal
- Police: Minneapolis man broke into Prior Lake home, bathed, slept, robbed owners
- Central Avenue bridge over Highway 12 in Wayzata reopens this weekend
- Same high standards on the dance floor
- In Eden Prairie, the Pride Institute's 'subdued presence' disguises its national reputation for LGBTQ addiction recovery
- Here's how CenterPoint Energy restored gas service to 560 Shakopee customers
- Work wraps up on Highway 212 interchange
- 'The superhero of your story is you'; 5 graduate from Tokata Learning Center
- Construction crews pull out of downtown as new Prior Lake roads get blanketed in snow