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Meet Our Team: Josh St. Louis, Principal of S.G. Reinertsen

Published April 2, 2020

Meet Josh St. Louis, Principal of S.G. Reinertsen Elementary School. His upbeat and energetic presence brings positivity and excitement into every interaction. As a firm believer in having fun, it’s his mission to make school...

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Spud Team Pulls Together For Distance Learning

Published March 30, 2020

After Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced schools would be required to close and create a distance learning plan, Moorhead Area Public Schools went right to work. It took a strong team working around the clock

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Spuds Out in Two at State Hockey

Published March 15, 2020

This year’s Moorhead Spud Boys Hockey team can boast a number of accomplishments. With 13 seniors having played together since youth hockey, they tallied 21 wins, won the Section 8 2A title and earned Moorhead’s 17th trip to the Minnesota State High School League State tournament.

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All Spuds Medal at State Weight Lifting Tournament with Four State Champions

Published March 14, 2020

Moorhead traveled to Cannon Falls for the State Weight Lifting tournament on March 7 to compete with 18 other teams and as part of 112 lifters.

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Students Explore Careers through Business Tours

Published March 3, 2020

A group of twenty-four junior and senior students spent a week touring different area businesses this month exploring careers, career paths and job opportunities.

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