Schools - Oakdale - Lake Elmo Review

Tue
16
Oct

School board candidates share a passion for education

With three District 622 school board terms ending at the end of the year, and four candidates running, it means all but one will take a seat on the board next year.

Mon
15
Oct

Monthly highlight from School District 622

Imagine a program where students are motivated to read and feel good about learning. Classes are small, energy is high, and students are taught through an interactive and culturally relevant curriculum. 

Tue
04
Sep

School District 622 Community Education receives grant from USA Swimming Foundation

​School ​District 622 Community Education was chosen as one of 151 Make a Splash Local Partner programs in the U.S. to receive grant funding from the USA Swimming Foundation in 2018.

Tue
07
Aug

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - August 2018

Each school year, staff in District 622 cherish the opportunity to educate learners ages 3 to 21.

Wed
27
Jun

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - June 2018

District 622 is consistently rated as one of the top districts in the state for college credits earned by its students.

Wed
06
Jun

Tartan High School student earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT


Adam Wersonske

Adam Wersonske, who attends Tartan High School, earned a perfect score of 36 on the ACT.

Wed
06
Jun

School District 622’s business director received Official of the Year Award


submitted photo • Randy Anderson, center, was recognized at the May 22 School Board meeting for his work as School District 622’s business director. He recently received School Business Official of the Year Award.

Randy Anderson, School District 622’s business director, recently received the 2018 Minnesota Association of School Business Officials (MASBO) School Business Official of the Year Award.

Wed
23
May

Two local elementary schools to be remodeled

In an effort to reduce crowding and be proactive about the area’s growing population, North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District 622 has begun planning for remodeling work to be done at two area elementary schools.

Wed
23
May

Middle-schoolers practice civic engagement


Students from three School District 622 middle schools who participated in Project Citizen, a bipartisan program to promote civic engagement, met with State Sen. Chuck Wiger on May 15 in the Capitol Rotunda. Pictured with Wiger are Skyview Middle School eighth-graders, from left, Gretchen Draves, Molly Holthe, Ashley Medina, Margaret Pawlenty, Olivia Meyer and Sydney Tiffany. Their project was about the use of road salt, and how it impacts the environment.
Wed
09
May

SNAPSHOTS: Titans softball player hits four home runs in doubleheader

Photos courtesy of Kathleen Hennessy • Madison Head, who is in her third year as a Tartan High School varsity softball starter, hit four out-of-the-park home runs for the Titans in a softball doubleheader April 30.

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