School

Mon
16
Mar

Meet Maple Lake’s 2015 Ambassador candidates

 

Madison Nelson
Sponsors: Madigan’s Pub & Grill, Rassat Outdoor Group and Star Bank
Parents: Dawn Nelson and Chris Nelson
I have lived in this town my entire life and love it dearly,” said Nelson. “Being able to represent Maple Lake as one of its Ambassadors would be a wonderful and life changing experience,” 
Nelson has enjoyed watching and being in the parade since she was little, thinking it’s amazing to see the citizens of Maple Lake come together in a ‘high-spirited and wacky manner.’
At school she participates in speech, theatre and student council, she also enjoys soccer, skiing and spending time on the lake and volunteers at the Buffalo Food Shelf.
Nelson will attend the University of Minnesota in the fall and plans a double major in Finance and Criminology to ready herself for law school and a career as a corporate lawyer.
Mon
16
Mar

Meet Maple Lake’s 2015 Ambassador candidates

 

Maya Ortiz
Sponsors: The V by HH, American Legion Post 131 and Dingmann Funeral Care
Parents: Eric and Leah Ortiz
“I am running for Maple Lake Ambassador to meet new people, experience new things and grow as a person through this organization,” said Ortiz. 
Her favorite part of the St. Patrick’s Day Celebration is the parade, seeing everyone dressed up and on their floats. Her hobbies include soccer, volleyball and yoga and enjoys volunteering with Wills for Heroes.
Ortiz plans on pursuing a degree at the University of Minnesota with an emphasis in pre-law.
 
 
Wed
11
Feb

Valentines for Veterans

On Community Day, during Catholic Schools Week, St. Tim’s students made Valentine’s Day cards for veterans. Grandma Sally Custer organizes the activity and says, “St. Tim’s students do such a great job on the cards and it really brings a smile to the homeless veterans’ faces, they really love it.” She collects the cards from Annandale and St. Tim’s students and delivers them to the VA in Minneapolis and St. Cloud.

Wed
04
Feb

Fun-filled week for students of St. Timothy's Parish School

St. Timothy’s Parish School had an exciting Catholic Schools’ Week, January 25-31. Sunday began with 10 a.m. Mass followed by a pancake breakfast and bake sale. Monday was student color day. The day consisted of a penny challenge to raise money for the scholarship fund and a medallion hunt. Tuesday was sports day. Wednesday was school spirit day. Students also got a chance to go rollerskating in the afternoon. Thursday was dress-up day and battle of the books. Western Friday was packed with fun starting with drop everything and read. The day continued with a eucharistic procession, student color day stations, valentines for veterans, computer fun and gym fun

Wed
04
Feb

Students discover 3D printing

 

John Donahue, MLHS Technology Education teacher, has an exciting new addition to his Introduction to Engineering (IED) and Design and Modeling classes- a 3D printer on loan from St. Cloud State University. 
The printer, part of Project Lead The Way, allows students within the technology education curriculum to use state-of-the-art technology to design and create their own 3D projects. 
3D printing is a quickly expanding field and can be used to prototype and create replacement parts, and is even versatile enough to print prostheses and medical implants.  It will have a growing impact on our world, as more and more people gain access to these amazing machines.        The Technology Education curriculum supports the development of a strong and positive work ethic. It provides opportunities for students to use and acquire higher level thinking skills and encourages students to work well independently and in groups.
Wed
04
Feb

Students discover 3D printing

 

John Donahue, MLHS Technology Education teacher, has an exciting new addition to his Introduction to Engineering (IED) and Design and Modeling classes- a 3D printer on loan from St. Cloud State University. 
The printer, part of Project Lead The Way, allows students within the technology education curriculum to use state-of-the-art technology to design and create their own 3D projects. 
3D printing is a quickly expanding field and can be used to prototype and create replacement parts, and is even versatile enough to print prostheses and medical implants.  It will have a growing impact on our world, as more and more people gain access to these amazing machines.        The Technology Education curriculum supports the development of a strong and positive work ethic. It provides opportunities for students to use and acquire higher level thinking skills and encourages students to work well independently and in groups.

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