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EDUCATION

Wrenshall Community Education Director Ashley Laveau gives an update on course offerings and events:
The Cloquet School Board approved a construction manager and a bidding process for the proposed $4.5 million renovation project at its meeting Monday, Nov. 28. Officials also laid out tentative plans to pay for the costs of the project.
A special ceremony was held inside the Churchill Elementary School gymnasium to celebrate its National Blue Ribbon Award for excellence in closing the achievement gap.
"Since 2001, we’ve been providing students in grades 2-6 with a safe, fun and educational after-school program. We’ve offered every class imaginable from making cribbage boards to snowshoeing to robotics and we’re still going strong," writes Vicki Radzak.
"We would like to thank our generous supporters," write Deb and Katelyn Carter.
The Minnesota Department of Education on Friday, Nov. 18, said it ordered all school districts to create a plan to provide all students with the same meals regardless of lunch debt status.

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Twenty-five educators from across the state were guests of the Army National Guard as they were given a helicopter ride and a tour of the camp.
The longtime finance administrator led the school since 2018.
The Wrenshall School Board approved $50,000 worth of budget cuts, which will be effective Dec. 5. Officials did not say what will be cut, but plan to announce the cuts in December.

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