Updated at 10:12 a.m. Friday.
The Minnesota Department of Administration announced Monday the independent investigation into the Shakopee school district’s “operational health” — otherwise known as the NeuVest report — is public.
Shakopee school district staff members sat in a classroom at the high school on a late summer afternoon with a 100-page booklet and pens. It was 75 degrees and sunny Aug. 22, and district staff members weren’t required to attend the School Crisis Prevention and Intervention training session …
This summer, 422 random registered voters in Shakopee participated in a survey to offer feedback for Shakopee Public Schools. The participants were asked to grade the district, offer opinions on the district’s biggest challenges, measure the performance of district leadership and the school …
Shakopee School Board Chair Reggie Bowerman, who was first appointed in 2008, announced he will resign this December.
Minnesota Reading Corps tutor Ruth Koob received The President’s Volunteer Service Gold Award for her tutoring at Sun Path Elementary in Shakopee, where she has been a reading tutor for four years and was awarded for serving more than 6,500 hours collectively.
The largest LGBTQ civil rights group in Minnesota, OutFront Minnesota, announced Monday they have hired Kelly Holstine, the 2018 Minnesota Teacher of the Year from Shakopee, to expand OutFront’s educational program for schools.
The Shakopee School Board voted Monday to approve a $141.4 million overall budget for the upcoming school year, which is about 2 percent less than last year’s.
A discussion over the delayed release of an independent investigation into the district’s “operational health” — otherwise known as “the NeuVest report” — was added to the agenda at the Monday night school board meeting.
The Shakopee School District is fighting the public release of an independent investigation into the district’s “operational health” — otherwise known as “the NeuVest report.”
Shakopee High School Junior Gautham Nair and Sophomore Anjali Thomas advanced to the National Individual Events Tournament of Champions.
Shakopee East Middle School Principal Jim Miklausich is recovering from heart bypass surgery after his heart stopped on May 18 while he was driving to a yoga class and his car rolled into a pole.
People across the country — and right here in the southwest metro — are pooling together funds to pay off school lunch debt.
The Academies of Shakopee High School have been in nearly-full swing since September, but next school year will mark a final step in implementing the academy curriculum model when students make the switch to a block schedule.
Shakopee High School recently competed in speech at the Minnesota State High School League’s State AA Speech Tournament at Wayzata High School on April 13.
On February 12-14, students at Sun Path Elementary did their part in helping prevent heart disease and stroke by participating in the American Heart Association’s kids heart challenge. Sun Path students raised over $11,000 dollars for the American Heart Association.
High school students in Minnesota and beyond sorely lack the knowledge needed to effectively manage their financial lives. While lack of literacy likely will cause life-long financial struggles for many, educators and community bankers in Shakopee are working together to educate students and…
ST. PAUL — Former Shakopee Superintendent Rod Thompson was sentenced today in federal court to 24 months in prison for soliciting bribes from the company that managed the $102 million Shakopee High School expansion.
ST. PAUL — Former Shakopee Superintendent Rod Thompson is scheduled to be sentenced today in federal court for soliciting bribes from ICS Consulting, the company that managed the Shakopee High School expansion.
An eighth grader from Shakopee East Middle School is advancing as a semifinalist in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee Minnesota State Competition.
As a business administration major at University of Wisconsin-Stout, Dylan Pass is looking forward to a career either in sales or management.
The Shakopee Educational Endowment Foundation is awarding more than $30,000 in grants for innovative classroom projects proposed by teachers.Kathy Busch, vice chair of the SEEF board, told the school board Monday night that the foundation received 48 proposals — double the number of proposal…
What began this winter as a typical group project quickly morphed into a journey of self-discovery for four Shakopee High School students trying to raise awareness about domestic violence.
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