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Wednesday, March 18, 2015 12:44 PM

Spring Grove Public School Board member Thomas Trehus wants to hear from residents in the school district about what’s best for the local school and community.

  • Rep. Tim Walz (D-Minn.) kicked off the 2015 Congressional Art Competition recently by inviting high school students from across Minnesota’s First District to submit their artwork for the contest.

  • In recognition of the Month of the Military Child and National Poetry Month in April, U.S. Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) announced that he is hosting his fourth annual poetry contest for Minnesota students. The theme of this year's contest is "Celebrating the Veteran in My Life."

  • Spring Grove Public School Board member Thomas Trehus wants to hear from residents in the school district about what’s best for the local school and community.

  • What’s up with the Newhouse Norsemen?

    The Newhouse Norsemen 4-H Club has been busy and up to a lot of fun Community Pride projects lately.

  • Math Wizards team members know how to compute

    Using math and math facts happens nearly every day however subtly it may seem, from counting out change to pay for groceries, to figuring a tip at a restaurant, to doubling the amounts in a recipe. No matter how simple or complicated the math computing may be, math is a skill that is needed and useful in daily life.

  • Presidents’ Day is just around the corner. Second grade students at Spring Grove Public School in Deb Sullivan’s and Kandice Hammel’s classes have been learning a little about the government and president.

  • Seventh graders win district spelling bee

    The first national spelling bee was in 1925. Nine newspapers collaborated to begin the event and in 1941 Scripps took over the sponsorship of the National Spelling Bee and is still the sponsor today. There have been national spelling bees ever since the inception except during the war years of 1943 to 1945. Of the 91 champions over the years of the bee, the split has been pretty equal between the genders with 47 being girls and 44 being boys. Four years there have been co-champions named – 1950, 1957, 1962, and 2014.

  • Spring Grove students excel at Sumdog math competition

    Spring Grove Elementary School students did well at the Southeastern Minnesota Sumdog Contest.

  • Uff Da Bowl features fun, good sportsmanship

    The “young guns” don't just walk up to the line of scrimmage — they run. There's no shortage of enthusiasm in the Morrie Miller Youth Tackle Football League.

  • Student artwork showcased at Spring Grove Public School

    Spring Grove Public School is proud of the talents that their students have. One way that they showcase the artist talent of the students is through the Student Art Gallery. At the end of each school year, art teacher Renee Eiken chooses several pieces of art to be framed and hung on the walls of the school as part of the Student Art Gallery.

  • The employees at Merchants Bank will be hosting a free car windshield washing event in support of the Spring Grove High School Athletic Booster Club on Friday, Sept.12, from 2 to 5 p.m.

  • Northeast Iowa and southeast Minnesota high school students and their parents will have an opportunity to talk with representatives of more than 65 higher education institutions on Monday, Sept. 15, at Luther College.

  • The class of 2027
    Children who will begin their school career this fall attended Kinder Prep Academy at Spring Grove School this past week. 
  • Students discover that learning during the summer is fun
    Spring Grove Public School offered an enrichment program — Lions Academy —  this summer to help students keep... skills in top shape during their summer break. 
  • Spring Grove School Board members voted to approve a "proposed" budget for 2014-15 on June 16. With total expected general fund revenues of $3,821,938, and expenditures of $3,824,580... 
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