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Essays and completed applications are due to Arvig by email before 11:59 p.m. on March 3.
Sen. Heather Gustafson, DFL Vadnais Heights, said the bill would ease financial stress on families and help students thrive in school.
The $12 billion package includes billions in additional education spending, including more than $800 million for universal lunch for public school students.
Members of the public, along with Wadena-Deer Creek students and staff, gave input to a consulting firm advising the school board on future facility improvements during a Jan. 16 meeting.

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Red Wing High School Principal George Nemanich says the school hopes to eventually create three levels of the language class.
Colin Irvine will be the next president of Concordia College in Moorhead, replacing William Craft, who is retiring in June of 2023.
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Daniel Stacey is on non-disciplinary paid administrative leave from Nevis Public Schools while the district investigates a complaint, Superintendent Gregg Parks said.
The program is adapted from the National Parent Leadership Institute. A Bemidji State University professor worked with tribal elders to add Indigenous language, cultural components.
More students are reporting struggles with their mental health and having serious consideration of suicidal thoughts. However, they're also making healthier decisions regarding substance use.
Student body representatives say that during a recent lunch with regent Steve Sviggum and “historically excluded students,” he “didn’t seem to internalize anything” the students tried to share.

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Minnesota State Community and Technical College, which has campuses in Detroit Lakes, Wadena, Fergus Falls and Moorhead, has been ranked the 4th best community college in MN by Intelligent.com.
Gavin Kestner plans to transfer to North Dakota State University next month to pursue a degree in computer science with an emphasis on cybersecurity.
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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