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Luverne School Board members unanimously accepted a “Return to Learn” plan at a special Aug. 5 meeting. The decision allows administrators to continue planning for the four learning models outlined by the state that the district could operate under for the 2020-21 school year due to the continuing...
Parents in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District want their students to return to in-person instruction this fall and the state’s Safe Learning Plan may allow their return. H-BC Superintendent Todd Holthaus said Gov. Walz’s Friday announcement allows the individual school districts to decide which...
Hills-Beaver Creek School officials expect another year of deficit spending according to a preliminary 2020-21 budget approved by board members June 8. H-BC expects revenues of $4.615 million with expenses of $4.721 million, or a shortage of about $136,000. Expenses include $209,753 in capital...
Three Hills-Beaver Creek students and one from Luverne Middle School placed in the 2020 Southwest/West Central Creative Writing Contest. H-BC seventh-grader Mazzi Moore placed first in non-fiction writing about Woodrow Wilson as “Most Influential President.” Kamron Kellenberger, an H-BC third-...
H-BC students selected for All-State band Hills-Beaver Creek High School sophomore Tess Van Maanen will perform in the Minnesota Music Educators Association All-State program. Sophomore classmate Tara Paulsen was selected as an alternate. Van Maanen, who plays trumpet, auditioned to be one of 565...
Josh Lohr is the 2020 Geography Bee winner at Hills-Beaver Creek Schools.
Two eighth-graders rose to the top during local geography bees conducted recently for middle-schoolers in Luverne and Hills-Beaver Creek school districts. Michael Halsne, Luverne, and Josh Lohr, H-BC, beat out fellow schoolmates for the title of 2020 Geography Bee champion in their respective...
Hills-Beaver Creek High School FFA’ers (from left) Joshua Wiersema, Sophia VanSurksum and Collin Schoneman display the free corduroy jackets they earned through a future leaders application sponsored by the Minnesota FFA Foundation.
Freshmen Collin Schoneman, Sophia VanSurksum and Joshua Wiersema recently received the traditional corduroy blue jackets of active FFA members. While members typically buy the official FFA garment, the three Hills-Beaver Creek High School students received their jackets free through the Minnesota...
During the last snow day when most Minnesota schools were canceled, lesson plans carried on as usual for students in the Hills-Beaver Creek School District. As one of several e-Learning schools in the state, the district didn’t cancel classes on Jan. 17; rather teachers took attendance and...
A drone photo of the 152 kindergarten through fifth-grade students and 19 staff members in special blue T-shirts was taken Friday, culminating the week of celebrations for the school’s recognition as a National Blue Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education.
The color blue dominated the décor as well as the comments Thursday night, Nov. 21, at the Hills-Beaver Creek Elementary recognition celebration and open house. The kindergarten- through fifth-grade facility was officially named a National Blue Ribbon School the previous week by the U.S. Department...

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