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Learning briefly

January 7, 2014 Continuing Education classes on tap at MALC Community Education classes will be offered this year through the Minot Adult Learning Center. more »»

New choices for community education

December 31, 2013 WILLISTON — Williston State College Community Education programs will run January through March. Classes are geared towards personal and professional enrichment for adults and children. more »»

Watching for at-risk kids

December 10, 2013 The North Dakota Center for Persons with Disabilities at Minot State University will be offering training to middle school teachers in the state to help them identify kids at risk of committing... more »»

MHS student first in regional

December 10, 2013 McKenzie Turner, Minot High School-Magic City Campus, received first place overall in the consumer math challenge at the Family Career Community Leaders of America regional cluster meetings in Omaha... more »»

WSC to hold Cowboy Xmas

December 3, 2013 Cowboy Christmas will be at The Well on the Williston State College campus on Saturday, Dec. 7. Events start at 3 p.. more »»

A lunar learning experience

November 26, 2013 Fourth-graders at Lewis and Clark Elementary don’t have to visit the moon to see a moon rock. more »»

Interest STEMs from science

November 19, 2013 Science came alive for girls in the STEM for Girls after school class held at Edison Elementar. more »»

MHS cheer team captures state crown

November 19, 2013 FARGO — The Minot High School Cheer Team won the North Dakota Cheer Coach Association State Fall Competition on Saturday. more »»

Area students perform in play contest

November 12, 2013 Surrey High School students performed “10 Ways to Survive a Zombie Apocalypse” during the Region 8 One Act Play Contest held Nov. 7 at Minot State University. The play was directed by Katie Brekke. more »»

NAEP scores generally higher for ND?students

November 12, 2013 North Dakota students scored above the national average in mathematics and reading this year on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, according to results released last week. more »»

New app for MPS parents

November 5, 2013 Parents of students in the Minot Public Schools will no longer have to log on to website to check out the school lunch menu for the day or a concert date. more »»

Area students fare well in math competition

November 5, 2013 Area students won awards at the Math Track Meet held Oct. 25 at Dakota College at Bottineau. Award winners follow. more »»

MSU club sponsoring cultural celebration

November 5, 2013 Minot State University’s Native American Cultural Awareness Club is sponsoring the Native American Cultural Celebration in November. more »»

MSU class surveys about flood

October 29, 2013 A communications class at Minot State University is hoping to learn more about what the community needs two years after the Souris River flood. more »»

Speaker touts planning for future

October 22, 2013 Students at Minot State University learned about the importance of making a plan for their future and standing out from the crowd on Oct. 16 from speaker Arel Moodie. more »»

Library offers new services

October 8, 2013 The Minot Public Library has added several new online services that can help students do their homework or just browse for more information. more »»

MSU to host symposium

October 8, 2013 The “Great Plains Symposium” will be held Friday and Saturday at Minot State University. more »»

Kids attend Scandinavian arts camp

October 1, 2013 The younger set will be out in full force during this year’s Norsk Høstfest. more »»

DC-B offers lone honors program

September 24, 2013 BOTTINEAU — Dakota College at Bottineau is the only two-year college in the state that has an honors program, said Keri Keith, coordinator of the program. more »»

 
 

 

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