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EDUCATION

The Eagle Scout Service Project is one of the final steps in reaching the Eagle Scout rank, which only 5% of scouts achieve.
With construction nearing an end in the district, Wrenshall officials are optimistic about the upcoming school year despite concerns from the community about the district's leadership.
The secretarial contract includes a 3% increase in the salary schedule, while the principal contract contains a 2.45% increase in base salary for 2022-2023.
Conservative group and its supporters rallied outside the Capitol on Thursday.

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In June, the board agreed to plan its budget with a conservative estimate of 356 students enrolled. Superintendent Kimberly Belcastro explained to board members Wednesday, Aug. 3, that the latest estimates see district enrollment at 342.
A fenced-in area outside of Barnum Elementary School will serve as the classroom until the class gradually branches out into the district's nearby Nature Center.
Willmar Public Schools has worked with an Arizona company to hire experienced teachers from other countries to fill teaching openings. The district still seeks more teachers and has job openings in many other areas, too.
Max Salzer, who graduated from Barnum High School in 2019 and now attends North Dakota State University, received the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship in June.
Celebrating the Bemidji Area School District’s history while musing on her own, 100-year-old LaVerne Whelan sees this weekend’s All School Reunion events as a chance to connect several generations with the commonality of the district they attended growing up.
A team of young people worked to produce a video that explores their shared experiences growing up on mighty lakes, near and far.

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Pending approval by the Wrenshall School Board and the MSHSL, Carlton-Wrenshall will field co-op teams in boys and girls track and field, cross country and softball.
Minnesota's Migrant Education Program works with students whose families are migrant farm workers. The program helps students avoid falling behind as they travel with their families and stay on track to graduate.
The funding is set to go out to 42 schools and is the latest effort to prevent accidents involving motorists and school bus drivers and riders.

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