Forest Lake Area Schools
Director Craig Zimanske is ushering in some change to the Forest Lake Area High School theater department by providing the student thespians an opportunity to flex some dramatic muscle as they put the final touches on the stage production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible.” Zimanske, a FLAHS la...Read More
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It was 1976 when enterprising paramedic Joe Graft saw a need and sought to fill it. He started the first high school EMT training program in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota. That effort produced so much success that Graft eventually brought his program to Osseo Senior High School. That second offering a...Read More
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The Forest Lake area had a big year in 2014, with many stories capturing the public’s attention. Development projects came to the area, citizen groups got together to help set and protest policy, and schools posted gains even as the Forest Lake Area Schools facilities referendum failed. Read on fo...Read More
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St. Peter’s Catholic School students collected hats and mittens to support Community Helping Hands and the Forest Lake Children’s Coat Fund as part of the yearly Advent project. The children also decorated one paper glove and one heart-shaped mitten and drew a picture of something they planned t...Read More
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Combined choirs from Southwest and Century Junior Highs sang the ghost ship song from “Reflections of a lad at sea” by Don Besig and Nancy Price: “We were sailing west on the open sea, headin’ home from a long, long year. And the cold wind blew.” The third annual Big Sing featured elementa...Read More
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Parents filled the chairs and bleachers, overflowing to standing room on the upper level, for the second annual Big Sing concert on Monday, Oct. 29, in the Forest Lake High School main gymnasium. This free event showcased singers from all district elementary schools (mostly fifth graders, plus a few...Read More
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