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School board considering start time changes for 2019-2020

February 02, 2018

School board members are considering a change that could delay school start times for high school students. A change would impact elementary and middle school hours as well.

girl holding note from teacher

Oak-Land teachers tell students, “You matter”

January 30, 2018

Teachers left students personal notes of encouragement in their lockers.

Girl builds robot

Robots take over sixth grade classrooms

January 27, 2018

Middle schools students are transforming piles of Legos into functioning robots. But what may look like play is actually a lesson in deep learning.

No School on Monday, Jan. 29.

January 26, 2018

Reminder: Monday will be a professional development day for staff and a NO SCHOOL DAY for students. This is a change to the original school year calendar. 

students standing by assembled kitchen packs

AP Human Geography students join the fight against hunger

January 24, 2018

About 40 freshman are participating in the AP with We Service program, which includes 20 hours of meaningful hunger-related community service. 

Minnesota Twins visit Stonebridge Elementary

January 22, 2018

Current and former baseball players participated in the Winter Caravan.

Brookview Elementary

School board considers addition to Brookview Elementary

January 21, 2018

Board members consider an addition to Brookview to address new housing development in the area, which is occurring faster than originally planned.

student in lab coat testing samples

Tiny ticks earn Stillwater Area High School junior big recognition

January 19, 2018

Max Stauffer the findings during a poster session at a national science meeting.

Students give feedback on what learning strategies works for them

Students ask teachers, do you have what it takes?

January 18, 2018

As part of a recent professional development day, students shared their experiences and gave feedback to teachers on what works and doesn't work for them.

Middle schoolers break out from traditional learning

January 17, 2018

Students solved challenging puzzles to unlock the keys to a mysterious box.