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“As a 16-year-old, I was telling my brother that he killed his best friend because of a stupid decision he made,” Rylie Langer said about her older brother during her presentation to Moorhead High School juniors and seniors as part of the Every 15 Minutes program held May 2.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Moorhead High speech team won the state speech team championship. Fourteen Spud speakers in 12 entries won medals, including two gold medals, during the MSHSL Class AA State Speech Tournament April 13 in Wayzata, Minn. Read More »
Third-grade teacher Kirsten Johnson didn’t go to college with the idea of becoming a teacher, but teaching found her. Named this year’s Reinertsen Teacher of the Year, Johnson has been a third-grade teacher at S.G. Reinertsen Elementary for the past four years. Read More »
On March 28, more than 500 fourth-grade students in Moorhead Area Public Schools performed the program “Positive” by Teresa Jennings. The fourth-grade students and their music teachers from Dorothy Dodds, Ellen Hopkins, Robert Asp and S.G. Reinertsen Elementary Schools shared songs and words during the third annual all-city fourth-grade concert held in the Moorhead High School gymnasium. Read More »
Weightlifting may be the most singular of all sports. The Moorhead Spuds sent 20 of their 23 qualifying lifters to Minnesota State High School Weightlifting Tournament held March 9 in Cannon Falls, Minn. Their individual success propelled the Moorhead Spuds to their second straight Minnesota weightlifting team championship. Read More »
Moorhead High’s Mahmoud Younis rotates in preparation to push the shot, Jack Cella easily clears the bar during the pole vault, and Claire Howell outdistances Summer Carlson and Cassidy O’Meara in the 400-meter race during the track meet May 14 at Moorhead High. Read More »
Moorhead Area Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for 2019. Meals will be provided to all children in the Moorhead area, ages 1-18, free of charge. Children may eat at any site. Additionally, the YMCA is offering the summer food program at two schools. Read More »
More than 800 orchestra students in Moorhead Area Public Schools performed at the May 13 all-city orchestra concert. A crowd of more than 2,500 listened to the grades 5-12 students play at Concordia College’s Memorial Auditorium. Read More »
Students will explore career pathways at the career academy being developed by Moorhead Area Public Schools. In April, the School Board approved purchasing the former Sam’s Club building to renovate for a career academy. This action followed the board’s acceptance in February of the High School Facilities Task Force recommendation to replace Moorhead High School on the existing site and add a career academy at a separate site.
Moorhead High’s Jordan Nichols moves the ball during the May 7 girls lacrosse home game against Brainerd. The Spuds lost to the Warriors, but picked up their first win of the season against St. Croix on May 11. The Spuds play at home at 5:30 p.m. May 17 against Proctor/Hermantown/Marshall. Read More »
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