Each year, more than 40 female high school seniors are honored at the St. Paul Area Athena Awards banquet. The recipients were honored for their athletic achievements and the banquet was held on April 20.
Programming a Bee-Bot is easy, said 7-year-old Chanel, a second-grader who attended Edgerton Elementary School’s Spy School April 11, which was all about coding. She entered commands into the floor robot, which then moved from one place on the grid to another designated place. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Their mission, which they chose to accept, was heading back to school after-hours April 11 to learn about spying, through programming.
Roseville Area High School senior Hsinku Lay closed out his prep wrestling career with his second appearance in the state tournament. Lay went 1-2 at 170 pounds at the event held Feb. 25-27 at Xcel Energy Center.
Lay opened the tournament with a 9-6 victory over Rochester John Marshall junior Elijah Hollins.
The Roseville Area High School and Concordia Academy boys basketball teams faced tall tasks in their opening-round playoff games last week. Both faced much-higher seeded opponents and were unable to pull off any upsets.
Roseville Area Schools Superintendent Aldo Sicoli and North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club President Dale Jensen cut the ribbon on Central Park Elementary School’s new Reading Oasis Feb. 24. (Mike Munzenrider/Review)
Kiwanis Club and book publisher made it happen
The library at Central Park Elementary School in Roseville was packed full with three fourth-grade classes Feb. 24 to witness the ribbon cutting on the school’s new Reading Oasis.
The North Suburban St. Paul Kiwanis Club and Scholastic Books came together to donate the Reading Oasis to the school, each donating $5,500 towards the cause.
Kiwanis member Todd Levig explained that he and other club members assembled the benches and book shelves, while high school-aged Kiwanis Key Club members labeled the Oasis’ 1,200 books, color-coding them by grade level.