Washington Elementary students did things a little differently this past school year due to a new cafeteria initiative.
The Cloquet Area Alternative Education Programs Student Council and staff would like to thank the following companies and people for their support and donations for our "The Great Gatsby" Prom 2018:
My name is Theo and I recently arrived at Friends of Animals with my sister, Kate, from Texas.
I am so thankful I had the opportunity for the exchange program. First, I want to thank all the people who work with International Cultural Exchange Services (ICES) to make this experience happen and take care of me. I am so happy with the ICES service and I recommend it to everyone who wants to do an exchange program. Second, I want to thank my school for how they treated me. All the teachers have been awesome and I have loved the education program.
On Tuesday, June 19, The Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) is planning a second treatment to eradicate gypsy moth infestations in areas in Cloquet, Two Harbors, Duluth and White Iron Lake near Ely. This is dependent on the weather at the time.
The Class of 2018 graduates had a fantastic time in a chemical-free, safe environment that included giant inflatable games, a DJ, magician, bean bag tournament, hypnotist, henna artist, massages, incredible food and many carnival games. Every graduate walked away with a prize!
My family was going through some hard times and got evicted from our home. Instead of thinking about our future and safety, they took their belongings and left me, along with other cats and kittens, alone in the home to fend for ourselves with no food or water.
When students visited Wheaton College, they received masterclasses from world renowned professors. The choir worked with the director of performance studies, Mary Hopper, who is also the National American Choral Directors Association past president.
Superintendent David Bottem presented awards to Emily McLellan, Nathan Moore Attendance Award, and Andrew Anderson and Lea Peterson, American Legion Auxiliary Good Citizenship Award. Bottem also announced the induction of Monte Wilkes into to the BHS Hall of Fame. Principal Brian Kazmierczak presented the male athlete of the year award to Drake Weets and the female athlete of the year award to Emily Miletich.
"The construction of the new roundabout is going to be a nuisance for theater-goers this summer," said Joel Soukkala, general manager of County Seat Theater Co. "The summer is our busiest time of the year with cars coming and going, but we will just go with the flow and we will get through it."