The district is seeking additional feedback on its Transformational Technology proposal, using an online citizen engagement strategy.
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Students ages 8 and older will become Jedi masters as they wield a lightsaber in Lightsaber Dueling, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, andagain on Feb. 22. Class is $14 and will be held at the Longfellow School Gymnasium.
The Northfield Board of Education was presented with the district's Transformational Technology proposal at it's Jan. 28 meeting.
Nineteen high school business club students have qualified for the opportunity to compete at the Minnesota DECA conference, from March 3 - 5 in Minneapolis.
The 29th Annual District Spelling Bee was held on Jan. 24, with the top 18 spellers in the middle school competing for advancement.
The Toddling Toddlers class for ages 16 to 26 months is now full. But Community Services Early Childhood Programs has added another class, tailored for children ages 11 to 20 months.
In response to the popularity of the class, Community Services has added a February section to the winter/spring season of Getting Started with your iPad.
Families with young children can enjoy an evening out with Community Services this Friday, Jan. 25, at Funtastic Friday Movie & Literacy Night.
Practice for Alpine Skiing at Northfield High School is canceled today, Jan. 21, due to the cold weather. Parents and students should contact Coach Brianna Berg with any questions.
Local author and former teacher, Mary Bleckwehl, will read from two of her children's books at 6:30 p.m. this Thursday during a special event of the Community Services Early Childhood Programs.