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Horizon Middle School students connect with upcoming Honor Flight

Published May 18, 2016

On May 16, students in the Horizon Middle School Builders Club packed K-rations for veterans going on the next Honor Flight, which leaves May 22 and coincides with a separate Horizon student trip to Washington, D.C. Read More »

Education That Works breakfast connects metro districts and higher education

Published April 26, 2016

Earlier this month, Education That Works hosted a higher education outreach breakfast at Probstfield Center for Education in Moorhead to connect higher education to the work of the metro K-12 school districts around 21st century learning. Read More »

Spuds strike gold, win inaugural state speech title

Published April 19, 2016

For the first time in Minnesota State High School League speech history, the state speech tournament awarded more than individual medals by honoring the top three schools in the state. A historic day ended with both Moorhead High and Eagan speech teams hoisting the 2016 State AA championship trophy, tied just two points ahead of Apple Valley.  Read More »

Public Report on Construction Projects: First construction bids accepted for referendum projects

Published March 29, 2016

The Moorhead School Board accepted the first $2.23 million in construction bids for the secure entrances and office remodeling projects at the three elementary schools. Bids approved at the March 28 board meeting came in at 4.5% below estimated costs, said Brandon Lunak, assistant superintendent of finance and operations.

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Ellen Hopkins, Robert Asp Elementary host two authors

Published March 22, 2016

Two authors from Minneapolis shared their work with students at Robert Asp and Ellen Hopkins Elementary Schools last month. Michael Hall spoke to grades 1-2 students at both schools while Michael Dahl spoke to grades 3-5 students.

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