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by Debbie Griffin Contributing Writer The green-gowned graduates of Ivan Sand Community High School generated a dynamic energy that filled the air as they prepared to receive their diplomas 7 p.m. June 3 in the Zabee Theater at Elk River High School. Ivan Sand Principal Tom Hoffman said 18 of the 23...Read More
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by Nathan Warner Contributing writer Parents, relatives and friends packed the Zimmerman High School gymnasium Wednesday evening to see their 137 students of the class of 2013 cross the finish line of high school and graduate. Superintendent Mark Bezek rose first to welcome the audience. He began by...Read More
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by Paul Rignell Contributing writer Both faculty and student speakers June 7 at Elk River High School pushed members of the Class of 2013 to be proud of the perseverance they have shown through life and to keep it going. Jacob Hillesheim, social studies teacher, opened the theme from the podium as h...Read More
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(Editor’s note: Below is a listing of scholarships of $1,000 or more to area students who have graduated from Elk River High School, Ivan Sand Community High School, Rogers High School, Spectrum High School and Zimmerman High School.) Elk River High School Kase...Read More
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Students from across the Elk River Area School District will graduate this week. Ivan Sand Community High School, 1232 School Street, Elk River, will get things started with commencement exercises at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the school. Zimmerman High School’s graduation is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday in th...Read More
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by Paul Rignell Contributing writer Faculty and families gathered May 23 to honor the work and success of 46 graduating seniors from Spectrum High School, in Elk River, as the charter program for grades 6-12 winds down its seventh year. Amid music from the school’s Chamber Choir and a video shown ...Read More
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There’s “promising progress” in Minnesota’s just released elementary and middle school test results.  However, would it be acceptable for about 40 percent of Minnesota youngsters not to graduate from high school?  The question arises since 42  percent of Minnesota’s high school juniors ...Read More
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