Insight News

Dec 22nd


Principal Larry Lucio “It’s all about the Kids”

Principal Larry Lucio “It’s all about the Kids”On Thursday March 11, 2010, Stadium View School, in conjunction with the Juvenile Detention Center of Hennepin County, hosted a celebration marking the accomplishments of the school, the students and its Principal Larry Lucio.

The guest speaker for the day was Dr. Dorothy Wodraska, Director of Juvenile Transition for Maricopa County in Phoenix, AZ. Wodraska has been working with Stadium View since the Fall of 2008. They are seeking to make a difference in the way institutionalized students are educated. Wodraska and Lucio believe that the best way to impact institutionalized kids is to serve them better instructionally.

Cub Foods presents Cub4Kids Easter Event

Parents and their children are invited to hop on over to their local Cub Foods store Saturday, March 27 for a “meet and greet” with the Easter Bunny. Kids may enjoy free treats and special holiday activities, including a personal photo of themselves with the Easter Bunny.



AP coaches help students become college bound

AP coaches help students become college boundAdmission Possible, the nonprofit organization providing college preparatory programming to low-income high school students for free, is recruiting now through mid-April for sophomores interested in obtaining a college education. Applications are being accepted from eligible sophomores by Admission Possible staff at each of the program’s greater Twin Cities partner high schools. Students in attendance at other high schools may contact Admission Possible headquarters at (651) 917-3525 or to apply.

Ellison announces Congressional Arts Competition: Urges all high school students to participate

US Rep. Keith Ellison (D-MN) is proud to announce the opening of the 2010 Congressional Arts Competition for 5th District high school students. Each year, Congressional Districts from all over America display a cross section of developing artists’ works in the corridors of the United States Capitol.   

First Lady Michelle Obama promotes reading

First Lady Michelle Obama promotes readingFirst Lady Michelle Obama and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan were special guests at the National Education Association’s 13th Annual “Read Across America” Day, held at the Library of Congress on March 2. The event celebrated Dr. Seuss’s 106th birthday and kicked off the NEA’s national reading-promotion campaign, in which an estimated 45 million educators, parents and students are expected to participate in literacy promotion events nationwide.

County Commissioners appoint two, reappoint one to Hennepin County Library Board

County Commissioners appoint two, reappoint one to Hennepin County Library BoardThe Hennepin County Board of Commissioners appointed Caitlin Cahill of Plymouth and Gary Thaden of Minneapolis, and reappointed Claudia Kelly of Medina to the Library Board on March 2. Their terms end on December 31, 2012.

Summer Enrichment Fair offers opportunities to avoid summer learning loss

 Summer Enrichment Fair offers opportunities to avoid summer learning lossAdmission Possible partnered with LearningWorks and the Minnesota Minority Education Partnership to put on the third annual Summer Enrichment Fair on March 6. The fair offered low-income students from the Twin Cities metro area access to summer programs to keep them learning over the long break from classroom activities.
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