Scandia Elementary
On Dec. 12, the sixth graders at Scandia Elementary learned about the Sami reindeer people from northern Scandinavia. Scandia Mayor Randall Simonson (pictured in traditional Sami dress), Pam Arnold, and historian Eleanor Edman (pictured left) brought artifacts and information to the students. Scandi...Read More
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Submitted photo Scandia Elementary sixth grade students attended WE Day on Nov. 12 at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul. They earned the trip based on their commitment to service learning projects at Scandia Elementary. Advisors for the students are Emily Stegmeir and Gerry Seaburg....Read More
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For the second year, Sam Larsen will compete in the Minnesota State Geographic Bee. Bees were held in schools with fourth- through eighth-grade students throughout the state to determine each school’s winner. Larsen won the Scandia Elementary contest last year as a fourth-grader and again this yea...Read More
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Winter sports successes, academic advances and good news for the facilities bond proposal were on the agenda at the Forest Lake Area School Board meeting March 6. Activities Director Joel Olson introduced coaches and members of swimming, gymnastics, dance and Alpine ski teams. Boys swim coach Barbar...Read More
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                More than 300 students displayed projects at Scandia Elementary’s annual Art & Academic Fair, “Reach for the Stars,” on Friday, Feb. 21. Top: Painted glass by third-grader Jordan Zenk. Middle: Third-grader Austin Devine’s solar sys...Read More
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At the annual geography bee on Tuesday, Jan. 14, Scandia Elementary students from grades 4, 5 and 6 answered questions from National Geographic. Sam Larsen repeated as school champion, with Kaitlyn Atkin as runner-up. Larsen will now complete a written exam; if he scores high enough, he will compete...Read More
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