Seven Hills-Beaver Creek music students participated in the Celebration of Music Festival March 4 in Brandon, South Dakota.
Students Bailey Spykerboer (playing flute) and Mazzi Moore (clarinet) were chosen for the seventh- and eighth-grade band.
Rebecca Swenson, Sylvia Fick, Madison Gaugler, Jaci...
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...
Luverne High School students in David Rysdam’s government class recently wrapped up a segment on tariffs and their effects on local economies.
After reading local and regional news stories and surveying community members, students invited Rep. Joe Schomacker to the classroom to discuss the tariffs...
The Rock County VFW Post 2757 recently announced student essay winners in the 2019 “Voice of Democracy” and “Patriot Pen” contests.
Entrants, judged on excellence in original writing about patriotism and democracy, received cash awards for the top three places in middle school and high school...
Luverne artist Jerry Deuschle hosted an informal artist reception Friday night at his studio for three of his students to showcase their work from the semester.
Genna Rolfs, Katlyn Petronek and Rylee Gee completed an independent study course through Minnesota West Community College as a post-...
The lights were dimmed in the Luverne Elementary School commons over the noon hour Friday when dressed up diners spoke quietly and politely while passing mashed potatoes and ham around their cafeteria tables during the 2019 Respect Lunch. The annual occasion, sponsored by Parent Partners in...
... my skateboard.
... the universe.
... cats and dogs.
... my family.
... the school.
... my mom.
... the army.
... that I have a good family.
… my mom.
Norma Sofia Camarillo
… turkey to eat.
… being able to help people.
… my mom, my dad, and my sister Taya.
… my toys that mommy and daddy buy me.
… nice friends.
In June several Luverne High School students participated in a weeklong business, career and financial literacy camp called Minnesota Business Venture (MBV).
They are Seno Chanthalangsy, Alexa Chesley, Lilli Donohue, Jacinda Hustoft, Lindsey Roemeling, Solveig Tofteland and Jordan Winter.
students are seeking help from the community for an upcoming class about the effects of global tariffs on local economies.
“I like to look at local issues as a way to cover the content,” said government teacher David Rysdam, who is in his fourth year of teaching in Luverne.
“The trade war has been...