Burnsville High School seniors were awarded 111 scholarships totaling $128,600 at this year’s Community Scholarship Awards Ceremony May 18 at the school’s Mraz Center.
Shakopee Public Schools held a ribbon-cutting ceremony May 16 to celebrate Saber Fields — a 106-acre space on Townline Avenue that will be used for athletics and youth activities.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools recently announced the hiring of Gust Abdalla as one of Prior Lake High School’s new assistant principals.
On May 4, Harriet Bishop Elementary School students and staff had reason to celebrate in a big way after raising more than $22,000 during the school’s Read-a-Thon Fundraiser.
Chanhassen High School DECA members earned the organization’s highest honors at DECA’s annual International Career Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta, Georgia, April 23-26.
Chaska High School students Varun Sridhar, Jaden Schnabel, Crystal Uthemann and Cruz Teuffel, and Chanhassen High School student Paige Olson, have been awarded medals and special recognition on the National German Exam Honor Roll for outstanding performance on the 2022 National German Exam f…
What started out as a minimal task, capturing a timeline of the impact of Title IX at Chaska High School, blossomed into a living history of all things Chaska Hawks.
Shakopee resident Katie Reagan has been selected by Kelly Education as its 2022 National Substitute Educator of the Year award.
Dr. Michael Thomas, a Minnesota native who previously led a school district in Colorado, will become Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools' new superintendent, the district board of education announced May 2.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools on May 2 announced the hiring of Sam Fredrickson as the next principal at Hamilton Ridge Elementary.
Burnsville High School’s Theatre Guild finishes it’s 61st season with “Shrek The Musical.” Directed by Erika Sasseville, the production will include eight performances May 12-21.
On the morning of Tuesday, April 26, the Carver County Sheriff’s Office received a threats complaint.
David Law has been offered the job of Minnetonka Public School District superintendent. Law has accepted, and pending contract negotiations, will begin July 1, according to a press release.
Shakopee Public Schools is partnering with the Shakopee Police Department and Minnesota-based nonprofit LiveMore ScreenLess to run a community series discussing social media use and digital choices for kids.
Nominations are now open for the 2022 John Coskran Volunteer Award, presented annually in Burnsville-Eagan-Savage School District 191. Nominations are due by May 8.
Shakopee Public Schools has selected an elementary school administrator from Eden Prairie to be the next principal of Eagle Creek Elementary.
Report cards at two elementary schools in Savage are available to families in English, Spanish and Somali under a new initiative led by the Burnsville-Eagan-Savage District’s cultural liaisons.
Houston, Texas, is roughly 1,200 miles from Chaska. However, that number pales in comparison to the hours and weeks spent bringing “Wilder” to life.
Shakopee Public Schools celebrated “Music in our Schools” month throughout March, highlighted by students in all grades participating in concerts and music events.
This year, 53 Chanhassen students participated in the annual Minnesota DECA State Career Development Conference in Minneapolis from March 6-8.
Eastern Carver County Schools is offering a work-based learning program for students. They have the opportunity to learn about trades and receive on-the-job training.
Cheers and screams erupted through the hallways of Shakopee Area Catholic Schools on March 17 when students gathered to watch an exciting domino display made up of cereal boxes.
Five District 112 middle school students have been selected to participate in the Minnesota Band Directors Association (MBDA) 2022 State Honor Band, according to a news release.
An offer is on the table to purchase the former Metcalf Middle School property in Eagan, district officials confirmed.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board recognized outgoing Superintendent Teri Staloch with the 2022 Kay E. Jacobs Memorial Award, which is presented by the Minnesota Association of School Administrators.
Chanhassen High School released its Dean’s List for the first semester of the 2021-22 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.
Each leaf on a tree at Harriet Bishop Elementary in Savage is different. The colorful foliage changes with the season.
Prior Lake High School has hired an outside firm to investigate after two racist messages were discovered at the high school over the past week -- one in a student's gym bag and another on a bathroom mirror.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board held a study session Monday, Feb. 28, and discussed the search for a superintendent after Dr. Teri Staloch submitted her official letter of resignation.
Prior Lake High School is dealing with another alleged racial incident just a week after a racist note was reportedly left inside a student athlete’s gym bag. The latest incident involves a hateful and racist message discovered on a mirror of the PLHS girls’ restroom, school officials said.
The Shakopee Public Schools Board agreed to pay raises for teachers at its Feb. 22 meeting when it unanimously approved a collective bargaining agreement with the teachers union.
School Board Chair Michael Nelson, on behalf of the Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Board, and PLSAS Superintendent Teri Staloch addressed the latest racial incident at Prior Lake High School involving a racist note that was discovered inside a PLHS student athlete's gym bag.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch announced to staff on Tuesday that she is leaving her position with PLSAS effective June 30. A letter was sent to families Wednesday morning.
Shakopee School Board member Paul Christiansen, citing personal reasons, announced his resignation from the panel during its meeting Tuesday night.
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