Sunday, August 14, 2022

Education

The Kasson-Mantorville school board discussed an expected partnership between the high school and CHS Inc., the option for students to take this quarter’s classes as pass or no credit and changes to the schedule at K-M Middle School among other subjects at its monthly meeting on Monday, May 18....
After helping his team reach the state tournament and only losing one senior off last year’s team, Hayfield left fielder Kolby Tapp would rather be striving for another shot at winning state, but at least this pandemic won’t end his baseball career.             He recently chose to continue his...
A lot has been taken away from the Byron High School seniors, but now thanks to the Byron American Legion they have something they can call their own. The legion, represented by Finance Officer Gordy Bishop and Commander Carl Dewaard, presented Byron High School Principal Malia Schroeder and...
This is a strange time for everyone who normally attends school and the teachers are no exception. While all teachers have had to adjust to this new reality, some subjects are harder to teach virtually than others. Andrew Faller, Kasson-Mantorville’s vocal music teacher, who normally teaches large...
It may be a graduation unlike any other but the Kasson-Mantorville Class of 2020 will still have the opportunity for parents and grandparents to watch them receive their diplomas. Details are still being worked out, said Supt. Mark Matuska, but the plan is for the ceremony to be held outside in the...
Some students learn best by doing and thanks to grant money from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) the students at Zumbrota Education District (ZED) South are getting academic skills by running their own fishing lure business. Carl Olson, science teacher at ZED South, said that just by...
Reading Corps Volunteer Amanda Reynick shows students a word, gives them the pronunciation and the meaning. The word will be used in the story they are about to read.
Educators agree on the importance of a student being able to read at grade level by third grade; in fact, that is one of the standards of learning in Minnesota. Those are the grades where students are learning to read, after third grade they are reading to learn. Still, locally, statewide and...
The Kasson School Board honored its stu- dents of the month, heard from student school board representatives, and discussed the World’s Best Workforce Report during its monthly meeting on Monday, Jan. 27. Teaching and Learn- ing Director Kelly Braun presented on how Kas- son-Mantorville school...
Katya Wheeler, left, and Mya Matecjek were the first and second place winners, respectively, in the Triton Middle School Spelling Bee last week. They will go on to compete at the Regional Spelling Bee in Rochester in February.
Seventeen Triton Middle School students gathered at the Middle School Library last week to compete in the district Spelling Bee. Thirteen rounds later, Katya Wheeler and Mya Matejcek placed first and second and earned a trip to the Regional contest on Feb. 11 in Rochester. The rules for the Bee...
The December Hero Award winners posed with their certificates.
Triton Elementary School honored its December “Heroes” and gave out the December Golden Awards at an assembly last week. Students who show exceptional behavior and helping others are chosen as Heroes for the month. December Heroes included: Kindergarten: Talon Buenvenida, Skippy Edwards, Corbyn...

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