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October 19, 11:35 PM
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The Minnesota Association of School Administrators recognized Dr. Lynne Kovash, retired superintendent of Moorhead Area Public Schools, with the 2018 MASA Polaris Leadership Award this week. Kovash, who will inducted into the Moorhead High School Hall of Honor on Oct. 6, was honored for her leadership and a lifetime of achievement in education at the statewide recognition ceremony Oct. 1.
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Alex Seigel and Sophia Klindt were named Moorhead High School’s homecoming king and queen at coronation on Oct. 1. Moorhead High School’s homecoming parade, held in conjunction with MSUM, will begin at 4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 5. Read More »
In 1941 Glenn Melvey was captain of the Moorhead High School football team. Last Friday, Melvey, who will be inducted into the Moorhead High School Hall of Honor on Oct. 6, flipped the coin prior to Moorhead High’s football game against Bemidji. Read More »
Five members of the Moorhead High girls swimming and diving team dive into the pool for the 100-yard freestyle event during a dual meet Sept. 20 against West Fargo Sheyenne. Read More »
Moorhead Area Public Schools had 6,987 students in grades K-12 report for school Sept. 4. This is 286 students more than last year’s opening enrollment. Read More »
Moorhead High’s Riley Schock carries the ball during first quarter action of the football game against Brainerd on Oct 12.
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Moorhead High School’s girls soccer team beat Rogers 1-0 in the Class 2A, Section 8 semifinals on Oct. 13. The Spuds improved to 15-3 and will play for the section title at 7 p.m. Oct. 16 at St. Michael-Albertville. Read More »
Moorhead High’s homecoming parade, held in conjunction with Minnesota State University Moorhead, headed north on 20th Street on Oct. 5. Although rainy, cool weather prevented the Moorhead High marching band and Horizon Middle School band and orchestra from marching, other groups persevered. Read More »
Robert Asp Elementary students walked, ran, skipped, jogged or rolled around the track with their teachers, principals and staff members during the school’s Sept. 27 walk-a-thon. Despite the cool, sometimes rainy weather, the students walked 1,090 miles. Read More »
Moorhead High’s Madeline Etter dribbles the ball during the girls soccer game Oct. 4. East Grand Forks Green Wave fell to the Spuds who scored two unanswered goals in the second half to win 2-0. The 13-3 Spuds begin girls soccer section tournament action at 5 p.m. Oct. 11 against Elk River at Moorhead High School’s Jim Gotta Stadium. Read More »
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