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Tenlee Pick (left) and Mallorie Edstrom read a story about the gingerbread man during Discovery Time’s Wednesday afternoon class. The class, now offered two days a week, will expand to three days per week after a $37,500 state grant is fully implemented.
Approval of a recent Early Learning Scholarship will expand and improve early childhood learning opportunities in the Luverne School District. The $37,500 scholarship through the Minnesota Department of Education expands the School Readiness and Discovery Time programs. Some of the new services...
Theresa Graff (left) is Luverne Education Association’s 2016 Teacher of the Year, and Barb Antoine was named 2016 Friend of Education.
Amidst tears and laughter, Theresa Graff accepted the Luverne Education Association 2016 Teacher of the Year award. LEA annually honors one of its own at a celebration on the Monday of American Education Week. The local honoree will be submitted to the state for their Teacher of the Year program....
Luverne Elementary School third-graders and instructors with the Prairie Ecology Bus enjoy their annual trip to Touch the Sky Prairie Wednesday, Sept. 16. The field trip, which educates students about prairie ecology, is sponsored by PPIE and Luverne School District this year. The students are among hundreds of visitors who roam the tall grasses of Touch the Sky Prairie each year. For more information, visit jimbrandenburg.com
Touch the Sky Prairie is 1,000 acres of restored northern tallgrass prairie northwest of Luverne, where more than 120 species of native grasses and forbes have been identified. The pristine land is one mile from where world-renowned nature photographer Jim Brandenburg was born, and two miles from...

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