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EDUCATION

The top-ranked Cloquet High School student for the class of 2022, Harmony Tracy already has her sights set on a career in ornithology.
Sarah Lancaster hopes to use her newfound platform to advocate for more mental health services in schools and the important of teachers of color.
The cost of student housing and meal plans will go up by more than usual next year — 3.7% on average, or $344.
Duluth is a hotbed of a growing national trend focused on moving preschool classrooms outdoors.

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The position was made vacant after pre-K-12 Principal Ben Midge submitted his resignation, effective June 30.
The first preliminary budget for the Wrenshall School District shows a $385,000 deficit, but the number could be lower if enrollment trends continue to increase.
A total of 123 graduates received their degrees during the college's first in-person commencement in two years.
The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment tests showed the continued effects of the pandemic's learning gap on Wrenshall students, officials said.
"What I think is super cool about music is we can all hear the same song and think of different things and feel different emotions," Lea told a class of fourth graders at Churchill Elementary on Tuesday.
Under the agreement, American Indian students within the two districts have the option to participate in MSHSL activities offered by both schools.

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Jan Sherman, of Kettle River, aims to be a licensed drug and alcohol counselor.
Students at Winterquist Elementary learned about activities and things they can do to be positive and kind to other students and teachers.
The House DFL-led proposal would use the state’s historic $9.25 billion budget surplus to boost education funding by $3.3 billion into 2025. The Senate proposal does not call for significant new spending and instead would push to boost reading proficiency scores.

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