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The new Moorhead Community Education spring catalog, which mailed March 16, includes more than 200 learning opportunities for people of all ages and interests. To request a free catalog or to register for a class by credit card, call Community Education at 218-284-3400 or go online at https://communityed.moorheadschools.org. Read More »
Casey Brand was a student who had to work hard to do well in school. “I loved school and loved learning,” Brand said. “When I was very young I decided I wanted to be a teacher.” Brand has been a first-grade teacher at Robert Asp Elementary School for 12 years and was named this year’s Robert Asp Teacher of the Year.
Working with individuals with disabilities in a residential group home setting led Meagan Blake to her career as a special education teacher at Moorhead High School. Blake has been named this year’s Moorhead High Teacher of the Year. Read More »
As a teacher for 28 years, Mary Stich is inspired by the quote, “Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story” (Josh Shipp). Stich, a second-grade teacher at S.G. Reinertsen Elementary School and this year’s Reinertsen Teacher of the Year, strives to be that adult. Read More »
Michael Benson, eighth-grade social studies teacher at Horizon Middle School East Campus, wants to be a positive role model for students. Benson, who has been a teacher in the district since 2000, has been named the 2018 Moorhead Teacher of the Year. Read More »
More than 500 fourth-grade students in Moorhead Area Public Schools will perform in the second annual all-city fourth-grade concert at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 22. Read More »
The Moorhead School Board has selected six finalists to interview for the school district’s superintendent vacancy. The finalists were selected from a pool of 18 applicants based on criteria established by the school board. Interviews are set for Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24.
The Moorhead High boys basketball team won a rousing upset in overtime against St. Cloud Tech 92-83 in the Class 4A Section 8 tournament to advance to the semifinal game, but lost 72-70 in a close semifinal game against Buffalo.
Moorhead High’s Riley Schock was the only Spud wrestler to qualify for this year’s Minnesota State Wrestling Tournament. Schock, wrestling at 182 pounds, finished in fourth place.
In Moorhead, weightlifting began with only two competitors four years ago and has grown to 60 students this year with 16 state qualifiers. After finishing third at last year’s state meet in junior varsity, the Spuds are looking to improve this year.
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