Elizabeth Hansel, a student at Roseville Area High School and a youth commissioner on Roseville’s Human Rights Commission, with her mother, Samantha, who has an invisible disability that makes it hard for her to walk. Based on negative experiences with her mother in Roseville, Hansel is trying to raise awareness about invisible disabilities.
Elizabeth Hansel says she was 7 years old when someone left a note on her mother’s car, reprimanding her and her mom for parking in a handicap space, because the two didn’t appear to have any disabilities.
Community students in grades 7 to 9 have an awesome opportunity to play competitive tackle football in the Metro Football League for a fraction of the cost of most community education programs. The season runs from Aug.
At its July 25 meeting, the South St. Paul Board of Education approved a bid for the demolition of Jefferson Elementary School. This school served students grade preschool through sixth grade from 1954-1983.