Schools - Bulletin Area

Wed
30
Nov

Racist message found at Irondale High School


This message — “The KKK wants you” — was found by students in a classroom at Irondale High School Nov. 11.

Students entering a basement classroom at New Brighton’s Irondale High School found a small wooden tile with a message that read: “The KKK wants you.” 

Wed
25
May

Bulletin-area commencement ceremonies in chronological order

Bulletin-area commencement ceremonies in chronological order:

 

• CLT Twin Lakes — May 25, 6:30 p.m., New Brighton Family Service Center

400 10th St. N.W. in New Brighton

Wed
16
Mar

Here comes the sun: Mounds View schools put up solar panels


Solar panels were recently installed on the roof of Chippewa Middle School. Five more Mounds View schools, including Island Lake, Pike Lake, Pinewood elementary school, and Irondale and Mounds View high schools will have panels installed by the end of the year. (submitted photo)

Some roofs are meant to do far more than protect a building from weather, critters and a beating sun. 

According to Chippewa Middle School principal Rob Reetz, some roofs do all that and generate energy as well.

Wed
09
Mar

Mounds View educator makes the cut as Teacher of the Year semifinalist


David Wicklund

A Pinewood Elementary teacher is holding his place as a candidate for Education Minnesota’s Teacher of the Year award after the field of candidates has narrowed to 34 teachers across the state. 

Wed
10
Feb

Area boasts two candidates for Teacher of the Year

David Wicklund
David Wicklund

Two Bulletin area teachers were announced as candidates for Education Minnesota’s 2016 Teacher of the Year award Feb. 3. 

Wed
21
Oct

Election 2015 - District 621 candidates focus on crowding and achievement

Five candidates are running for four seats on the Mounds View Public Schools Board. Current ISD 621 board members Robert Helgeson, Amy Jones, Jonathan Weinhagen and Sandra Westerman are all running for reelection.

Wed
14
Oct

Cardboard cruise

Mounds View High School has a 3-D art installation created by students and made out of cardboard — “The Mother of the Sea” — on display now in the entry area of the school. (Linda E. Andersen/Bulletin)

Wed
14
Oct

Shoreview teacher wins national award

Janet Simons, second from right, found out she was one of ten winners of the Early Educator Award on her 25th anniversary of working at KinderCare. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
Janet Simons, second from right, found out she was one of ten winners of the Early Educator Award on her 25th anniversary of working at KinderCare. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

On the day of her 25th anniversary of beginning work at the KinderCare in Shoreview, teacher Janet Simons received extra recognition, that almost no one saw coming.

Wed
07
Oct

Final Bulletin area cities approve proposed 2016 tax levies

The remaining Bulletin area cities have approved their proposed 2016 property tax levies.

Wed
23
Sep

Road construction + traffic = headache for Mounds View High

Deputies directed traffic during the morning commute at the intersection of Lake Valentine Road and Old Highway 10/Snelling Avenue. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)
Deputies directed traffic during the morning commute at the intersection of Lake Valentine Road and Old Highway 10/Snelling Avenue. (Hannah Burlingame/Bulletin)

A new school year normally brings with it a little bit of worry and stress. However, students and faculty at Mounds View High School are facing some extra road-related stress the beginning of this academic year.

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