The meetings, held Jan. 3, Feb. 7, Feb. 15 and March 28, were closed to the public, according to Minnesota Statute 13D.05, Subd. 3(A). The statute states: “A public body may close a meeting to evaluate the performance of an individual who is subject to its authority.
In discussions with community members regarding the Mounds View School District, I realize that many people understand that the aging of the population in our district is causing declining enrollment in our schools.
Century College recently honored its Outstanding Students for 2005-2006. Faculty members in each discipline and program at the college chose one student to receive the award. Students were also honored for their leadership and participation in college clubs and activities.
K.C. Gahlon of Arden Hills earned an All-Conference Honorable Mention award for both singles and doubles this season playing for the Principia College women’s tennis team. Gahlon is a freshman education and political science major at the Elsah, Ill. school.
Irondale sophomore Katie Bolling is one of three Bulletin-area high school golfers competing in the state tournament. Bolling will be competing in her second state tournament when she tees off Tuesday morning.
Mounds View’s boys tennis team has much to play for this week at the Class AA state tournament. The Mustangs head into Tuesday’s team competition as the two-time defending state champion, riding a 65-match winning streak. An end to one streak also ends the other.
From 1999 to 2001, Mounds View’s boys track and field teams swept the true team and high school league state championships. The Mustangs have a decent shot at pulling off a double title again this season.
Despite being the undefeated top seed, Mounds View/Irondale/Roseville couldn’t overcome defending state champion South Washington County Saturday afternoon in the title game of the CI adapted softball tournament at Coon Rapids High School.