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Moorhead Community Education and HMS Flagship Summer Theatre present “High School Musical, Jr.” June 27 and 28

June 22, 2018

“Stick to the stuff you know. If you want to be cool, follow one simple rule...Stick to the status quo.”

Those lyrics from Disney’s smash-hit “High School Musical” have resonated with audiences for more than 10 years — as advice on what NOT to do. The musical, which was a ratings blockbusters that spawned two sequels and a stage production, encouraged young people NOT to stick to the status quo, be who you are and accept others for what they are, whether you’re a basketball player who likes to bake, a skater dude who likes to play the cello, or a brainiac who likes to hip hop dance.

HMS Flagship Summer Theatre, in conjunction with Moorhead Community Education, is performing “High School Musical, Jr.” at 1:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. on both June 27 and 28 at Moorhead High School, 2300 4th Ave. S. General admission tickets are available at the door for $10 for adults and $6 for children.

HMS Flagship Summer Theatre features students entering grades 6-9 from around the area. This junior version of the show lasts approximately an hour and is perfect for children of all ages. The production is directed by Kelly Dubois-Gerchak, with music and vocal direction from Kathy Ferreira and Sue Knorr and choreography by Patrick Kasper.

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Project-based learning: Horizon East students write original picture books to share with elementary students

June 20, 2018


Groups of Moorhead elementary students listened closely as eighth-graders from Horizon Middle School East Campus read their original picture books and led the younger students in short lessons. Project-based learning gave Horizon East students in the co-taught social studies and language arts classes instruction to address state standards, besides incorporating technology and the 4Cs. Read More

Moorhead Area Public Schools provides free summer meals for youth

June 8, 2018


Moorhead Area Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for 2018. Meals will be provided to all children in the Moorhead area, ages 1-18, free of charge. Children may eat at any site. Read More

Moorhead High track team members qualify for state tournament

June 8, 2018


Moorhead High’s Claire Howell takes off after Olivia Watson hands off the baton in the girls track 4x400-meter relay at the 8AA Section Finals held June 2 at Moorhead High School’s Jim Gotta Stadium. Cassidy O’Meara and Alexandra Maddux were the other runners on the relay team, which placed second in the race and qualified for the state meet starting Friday, June 8 at Hamline University. Read More

Moorhead High Class of 2018 graduates June 3

June 7, 2018


The Moorhead High School Class of 2018 graduated June 3 during commencement at Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Nemzek Hall. Read More

Horizon Middle School campus embraces innovation this year

June 7, 2018


An interdisciplinary project involving the book “Wonder,” hydroponics tower gardening, one-to-one technology, and e-Folios are just some innovations found throughout the Horizon Middle School campus this year. Horizon principals shared highlights of the year of innovation with Moorhead School Board members May 29. Read More

Metro Tech Camp held June 6-7, 2018

June 6, 2018


The 2018 Metro Tech Camp, the largest technology camp for educators in the region, begins Wednesday, June 6, at Horizon Middle School in Moorhead. The two-day camp is a collaborative effort among area public school districts, including Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton Schools, Fargo Public Schools, Moorhead Area Public Schools and West Fargo Public Schools. Read More

Firefighters sponsor fundraiser for Moorhead Schools food service

June 5, 2018


Last month, the Moorhead Fire Department Local 1323 donated just over $2,000 to Moorhead Area Public Schools Food and Nutrition Services. Read More

Moorhead High students competing in second year of clay target

June 4, 2018


Moorhead High’s Gavin Bakke, a first-year participant, prepares his gun while Jordan Colemer, a senior captain, fires her shot at the clay target during practice this spring for the new Moorhead High activity of clay target shooting. Read More

Moorhead fourth-graders compete at all-city track meet

June 1, 2018


Lucey Wilson from S.G. Reinertsen Elementary School runs a relay race with encouragement from Sandy Van Dyke, physical education teacher at Dorothy Dodds Elementary, during the Grade 4 All-City Track Meet on May 14 at Moorhead High’s Jim Gotta Stadium. Read More

Moorhead High track teams win meets against Bemidji

May 31, 2018


Moorhead High’s Jack Entzion (Lane 4) jumps the last hurdle in the boys 100-meter hurdles during the track meet May 15 at Jim Gotta Stadium. Read More

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