School

Wed
16
Sep

September is National Preparedness Month

Take action now – make a plan with your community, your family, and for your pets. Plan how to stay safe and communicate during the disasters that can affect your community.

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Wed
09
Sep

Maple Lake School District awards food service contract to A'viands Food and Services Management

A'viands, a food and services management company headquartered in Roseville, Minnesota, is excited to announce that it has been awarded the opportunity to provide food management services for the Maple Lake K-12 School District. Commencing this 2015-2016 school year, A'viands will partner with the school district to provide breakfast and lunch services to all buildings.

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Wed
09
Sep

Star Bank hosts welcome back lunch for school staff


The staff lunch was sponsored by Star Bank and catered by A’viands. Pictured is Dale Vogl, Jackson Willard, Shannon Veches, Julie Hudek, Craig Manz, Jean Kramer, Denise Manke and Andy Wahlquist.

The staff lunch was sponsored by Star Bank and catered by A’viands. Pictured is Dale Vogl, Jackson Willard, Shannon Veches, Julie Hudek, Craig Manz, Jean Kramer, Denise Manke and Andy Wahlquist.

Wed
26
Aug

How to save on school supplies

Back to school season can be as expensive for parents as it is exciting for students. Once the initial letdown of the end of summer vacation wears off, many kids are excited to return to school, where they can see their friends, study their favorite subjects and participate in extracurricular activities.

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Wed
19
Aug

Minnesota Sheriff's Association Scholarships

Wright County Sheriff Joe Hagerty announces the commencement of the Law Enforcement Scholarship Program for 2015. The Minnesota Sheriffs Association has established this scholarship for the awarding of up to 15 - $600.00 scholarships for this year.

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Wed
19
Aug

Storytime friends show off their pets

Everyone loves a pet and that is just what we found out at Summer Storytime on August 11. 25 children brought in pictures and stuffed animals and told stories about the pets that they have at home.

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Wed
12
Aug

Student-run camp helps children through and beyond their parent’s cancer

 

Camp Kesem, a national organization that provides a life-long peer support network to help children, ages 6 to 16, through and beyond their parent’s cancer, is pleased to kick off its 4th annual season of camp in Willow River, MN. 
 
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Wed
12
Aug

Clinics rewarded for optimal care and patient outcomes

 

Several CentraCare Health clinic sites were recognized for delivering optimal care and improving specific patient outcomes as part of the 2015 Minnesota Bridges to Excellence program and the Minnesota Quality Incentive Payment System, a State of Minnesota pay-for-performance program administered by the Minnesota Health Action Group. 
 
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Wed
12
Aug

Young readers say “so long” to Boone


Pictured in the front are Kalli Hennen, Danica Hageman and Dylan Hennen. In the back are Ben Ogram, Lisa and Boone, Carter Ertel, Hans Peterson, Larson Melgaard, Kenlyn Marsicek, Landon Marsicek and Christina Ogram.

Everybody got a chance to read a book to Boone this week, the final meeting of the summer library program. Readers went home with the Maple Lake Business Bucks they earned with their weekly Paw Points, the journals they’ve been keeping all summer, a pawprint pencil, and a bookmark with Boone’s picture and his reminder to “Remember to Read!” 

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Wed
05
Aug

Books with Boone makes a virtual visit to the barn


Pictured with Lisa and Boone are Mathew Ness, Dylan Hennen, Lisa and Boone, Ben Ogram, Kenlyn Marsicek, Gavin LaRose, Larson Melgaard, Danica Hageman, Kalli Hennen and Christina Ogram.

Mathew Ness reading a book to Lisa and her greyhound, Boone.

Christina Ogram, Danica Hageman and Kalli Hennen wrote in their journals while waiting for their turn to read with Boone.

 

Books with Boone made a virtual visit to the barn this week, with the story of “Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa.” After a speed round of Questions and Answers about the book, readers colored their own wooden horses, wrote in their journals and worked on word searches and crossword puzzles, while they waited for their turns to read to Boone.
 
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