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Fourth-grade teacher named Dorothy Dodds Teacher of the Year

Published April 19, 2018

Nicole Bolluyt, fourth-grade teacher at Dorothy Dodds Elementary School, did not begin her college career thinking she wanted to be a teacher, but she is thankful she changed her mind. Bolluyt was named this year’s Dorothy Dodds Teacher of the Year.

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Champs again: Moorhead High speech team wins section title, sets team record

Published April 18, 2018

For the 24th consecutive season, the Moorhead High speech team captured the Section 8AA title with a performance that saw a team-record 27 entries qualify to advance to the April 20 state tournament. Moorhead will represent the section in all 13 categories. Read More »

Dallas Brass to perform concert with Moorhead band students April 21 in new Horizon auditorium

Published April 16, 2018

Moorhead High School and Horizon East band students will join the Dallas Brass for the inaugural concert in the Horizon Middle School Performing Arts Center at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 21. General admission tickets can be purchased for $5 through April 20 or until sold out. Read More »

Moorhead High theater presents story of Helen Keller in “The Miracle Worker”

Published April 13, 2018

The Moorhead High School theater department presents the story of Helen Keller in the spring production of “The Miracle Worker” on April 26-29. Tickets can be reserved online at or by calling 218-284-2255. Read More »

Collaborative project teaches Robert Asp third-graders about food truck business

Published April 13, 2018

Third-grade students in two classes at Robert Asp Elementary collaborated in small groups to create food truck businesses. The project-based learning included a visit with a food truck.
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