Education
Patrick Hagen of Wyoming, a wildlife management student and fall 2014 graduate of the University of Minnesota-Crookston, was recently presented with the Student Conservationist Award by the Minnesota Chapter of the Soil and Water Conservation Society at its annual meeting....Read More
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During the month of February, the Forest Lake Area High School hosted “MOST Month”, an event intended to draw attention to the MOST FL mission and messages at a time between the two primary message launch events. That mission is to prevent and reduce youth alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use by...Read More
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Forest Lake Early Childhood Programs celebrated winter week just before the temperatures started rising with activities in their Outdoor Nature Explore Classroom.  Donated Christmas trees to make forts, ice blocks to stack, acorns and pine cones to sort, as well as sleds, snowshoes, snow paint and ...Read More
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Zach Marleau took a break from hosting duties to take part in the ice bucket challenge at the Rangers Have Talent Show on March 3. Mondrel Fields performed an original rap tune at the show. Noel Viera performed a dance routine to and sang the Meghan Trainor tune “Lips Are Movin’.” Nevermind, f...Read More
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  Volunteers who are 12-17 years old are needed to assist ten 7-11 year old children at Breakfasts on a Budget from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. March 29th at Christ Lutheran Church in Marine on St. Croix. The youth will learn how to prepare eight healthy, nutritious breakfasts and how to stretch a ...Read More
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  Scandia Elementary held their annual Art and Academic Fair on Feb. 20. Over 300 student projects filled the gymnasium. Families who attended were able to view projects, have a Chinese lesson, visit Star Lab, see animals from the Minnesota Zoo, learn from the Forest Lake High School FFA, and g...Read More
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