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Spotlight Schools share $1 million grant

Spotlight Schools share $1 million grant"We can't believe it," and "This good news made my day," are some of the reactions by school administrators' to news their school – after a rigorous selection process – will receive grant monies totaling $1 million.
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Bethune mural depicts fun, successful kids

Bethune mural depicts fun, successful kidsBethune Community School in Minneapolis is getting an exciting new mural thanks to the 1st and 2nd grade teachers, the art teacher, artist Greg Preslicka and Turnaround Arts Minnesota, who is helping to fund the project. Preslicka worked with the 1st and 2nd grade students at the school to generate ideas for what the mural might contain. The theme for the mural is "A Community of Fun & Successful Kids."
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Support student success

Support student successAn editorial submitted on behalf of Minneapolis Community and Technical College

Growing up, Sheldon Fitwi never thought of himself as a leader.
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Workshops help incoming kindergartners get ready

Workshops help incoming kindergartners get readyRobbinsdale Area Schools will host a series of upcoming workshops for parents to prepare new kindergartners entering the district next fall. Let's Get Ready for Kindergarten is a new series of workshops and resources to provide families with practical tools to have their new kindergartner ready on day one. Each workshop is offered at no charge to families.
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Nadrat Amos wins first place in Human Rights Essay contest

Nadrat Amos wins first place in Human Rights Essay contestPlymouth Middle School eighth-grader Nadrat Amos recently won first place in the Human Rights Essay Contest at the school level, and her essay will now advance to the state level of competition.
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High School for Recording Arts receives major grant from Bush Foundation

High School for Recording Arts receives major grant from Bush FoundationThe Bush Foundation announced that High School for Recording Arts (HSRA) received a $100,000 grant in recognition of outstanding work integrating the arts into public life.
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Cooper High School's Students In Action team takes third at Minnesota region competition

Cooper High School's Students In Action team takes third at Minnesota region competitionCooper High School's Students In Action team ("CIA") won third place and took home a gold banner at the Minnesota region Students in Action Spring Competition April 18. The competition included an online survey and an oral presentation on service efforts over the past year. The team also received a gold banner for their work. The girls are junior Pachia Xiong, senior Pakou Vang, junior Allison Merkl, junior Abigail Merkl and junior Madison Nichols.
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