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home : schools March 26, 2015

Chisago Lakes announces it's Early College Program
Chisago Lakes High School for years has offered college in the schools classes.  These classes are taken for both high school and college credit, which is a benefit because these credits can be transferred into a post-secondary college. These transferred credits are credits that students DO NOT have to take at the post-secondary school and are not paid for by the student or family. We are excited to announce a profound expansion of our college credit bearing courses by offering the Minnesota Transfer Curriculum.
Thursday, March 26, 2015


MS speech team wins awards
North Branch Area Middle School's speech team had a very successful season, delivering 29 superior-rated performances this year. The season ended last Thursday, February 5 with the middle school Two Rivers Conference meet in Rush City. As a rewarding ending to a solid season, three of the team members left with conference titles. Pictured are Ali Petrik, 5th place at Conference in Humorous Prose, Abbi Webster, 3rd place at Conference in Creative Expression, and Andrea Stirewalt, Conference champ in Serious Poetry.
Thursday, February 19, 2015

Chisago Lakes District getting shares in Community Solar Garden at Eichten's
The Chisago Lakes School District approved a motion that will obtain four kilowatts of solar energy from Eichten’s Community Solar Garden.
The move will save the district millions of dollars over the 25 year agreement at no extra cost the board was told.

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Kids from TF winners in poster contest
Congratulations to Taylors Falls Elementary students, pictured with Principal Jason Riebe, who won the 2015 Lions Anti-Drug Poster Contest: 1st-Erin Rein-$50; 2nd-Jamie Jessen-Olson-$25; 3rd-Jace Severson-$15; and Honorable Mention-Emerson Nelson-$10.


Thursday, February 12, 2015

Saueressig to represent the state in Voice of Democracy contest
Ali Saueressig, a senior at Chisago Lakes High School, has earned the opportunity to represent the state of Minnesota at the national Voice of Democracy Audio Essay Scholarship competition in Washington, D.C.   The Voice of Democracy competition, sponsored by the VFW and Ladies Auxiliary, is designed to give high school students the opportunity to voice their opinions on their responsibility to our country and convey their thoughts to all America.
Thursday, February 12, 2015

CL Middle School news
Please join us March 23, 2015 for “Parent University”-Raising Kids with Love, Learning & Joy!  Come and join us from 6 pm-8 pm at the PAC.  Dr. Timothy Johnson and Michael Anderson will speak from 6 pm-7 pm about raising kids in ways that will reduce shame, foster maturity and help them to become life-ready adults.  Breakout sessions will follow the main speakers from 7:15 pm-8 pm.  Breakout sessions will include the following topics:  Techno Parenting, Checklist to Adulthood, Gifted and Talented, Preparing for College, and digital Citizenship.  This opportunity is free and is sponsored by the Chisago Lakes Parent Teacher Organization, Taylors Falls Parents for Education and Chisago Lakes Community Education.  


Thursday, February 12, 2015

Doohen wins NBAMS spelling bee!
North Branch Area Middle School, 21 finalists in grades 5-8 participated in the second annual Spelling Bee Thursday, Jan. 29.  Students made it through 15 rounds of challenging words.  The school champion is Noah Doohen, 7th grade, who will move on to the Regional Spelling Bee on Feb. 12 at Resource Training and Solutions in Sartell. The runner -up is 5th grader Kobe Yang.  Pictured (l to r): Kobe Yang and Noah Doohen.
Thursday, February 5, 2015

North Branch facilities review task force sends priority projects to board
The community task force working on analyzing North Branch School District facilities’ needs and assigning the projects some sort of priority ranking finished their chore last week.  

North Branch School Board will review the findings in a special work session-- February 26, starting at 5:30 p.m. at the North Branch Area Public Schools Education Center (old primary school.)

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Schmidt brothers impressive in Spelling Bee
Chisago Lakes Area Schools held their annual district spelling bee contest January 26.  There were 20 students from 5th, 6th and 7th grades who participated.  The event took place at the Performing Arts Center.  It took 16 rounds to determine a winner.  Ironically, it was two brothers Alex and Jonah Schmidt competing in the final rounds.  In the end, younger brother Jonah was  pronounced the winner.  Lars Heinecke took third place.
Thursday, January 29, 2015

Special Education in schools, times have changed
Special Education in the United States has changed dramatically over the last 20 years. Special Education students or students with disabilities, used to receive different instruction by different teachers, in different spaces than the general education population received.
Thursday, January 22, 2015

CL School Board okays BYOD for Fall 2015, team trapshooting possible
The Chisago Lakes School Board met January 8 and all members were present so the council quickly approved the minutes from the previous meeting.  In open forum, Jacque Smallman addressed the board.  Smallman was there to speak about the current Bring Your Own Device  program the eighth grade is using.   Smallman asked the council to please be careful with the language used when explaining the voluntary/optional options for the BYOD program.  Smallman asked them to clearly word the policy for students and parents so as to not discriminate against anyone.
Thursday, January 15, 2015

NBAHS Assistant Principal to help build school in Domincan Republic
Glen Stevens, Assistant Principal at North Branch Area High School, and member of the National Association of Secondary School Principals (NASSP), will help build a school in the Dominican Republic Jan. 26 – Feb. 3. The school will be built for the children and families in a small, mountainous farming community, through a program called LifeTouch Memory Mission.


Thursday, January 15, 2015


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