Back when I was a junior high school teacher, it was always fun to see how much a student could grow in three years.
In a recent column I made mention of our school district’s Facilities Task Force, which has undertaken the difficult but important process of evaluating all of the buildings in our district to determine the needs that our district faces and to prioritize them.
Even though this school year is not even halfway complete, January and February always mark the time that our school district starts registering students for the upcoming school year.
The school shooting in Connecticut last Friday marked an incredible national tragedy.
As many of you know, every five years or so our district undertakes the job of creating a new strategic plan that helps guide us for the next half-decade.
In 1975, a Forest Lake High School junior with a knack for sewing stitched together a set of robes for the homecoming king and queen.
Mary Bailey Staff Writer The Forest Lake School Board on August 16 voted unanimously to award Superintendent Linda Madsen $8000, …
As fitness director Derek Otto put Linda Madsen through a series of exercises at the YMCA in Lino Lakes last week, Madsen’s mind drifted back to July of last year.
Linda Madsen Rick Peterson Guest Columnists It’s a great community we have in the Forest Lake area, especially for those …
Linda Madsen Guest Columnist About 30 community members from the Forest Lake area attended a two-day Educational Summit on Friday …
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