Monday, April 22, 2019

Education

Blooming Prairie Elementary School offered a Lego engineering program for students recently. Some of those who participated in the program included, from left: Kristi Fiebiger, instructor; Mason Reeder, fourth grade; Kim Lea, coordinator; MaKenna Reeder, third grade and Devon Loth, fifth grade.
In an effort to integrate more technology into the classroom, Blooming Prairie Elementary School has been offering students a unique program involving Lego engineering. Second grade teacher Kim Lea is coordinator of the program, which involves all grades at the elementary level. Each grade has had...
The Office of U.S. Rep. Jim Hagedorn of Minnesota is currently accepting submissions for the 2019 Congressional Art Competition from high school students in Minnesota’s First Congressional District. The winning submission will hang in the U.S. Capitol Complex for a year, and the winner will earn a...
 Excitement is building over the upcoming Blooming Prairie Education Foundation Auction slated to take place March 30. This year the auction committee has come up with several new opportunities for Blossom supporters to help the foundation. There will be a kids raffle this year. The raffle will be...
Payton Simon and Rachael Oswald stop by their lockers while finishing their senior year of high school in Blooming Prairie. Both were recently saluted as Triple "A" award winners for their contributions in athletics, arts and academics.
Blooming Prairie High School seniors Payton Simon and Rachael Oswald are both immersed in humility as they react to their selection as a Triple "A" award winner. The Triple "A" award is a competition sponsored by the Minnesota State High School League. Owald and Simon are prime examples of high...
Blooming Prairie Technology Coordinator Erik Vigeland gave a presentation on the district’s new surveillance system at the monthly school board meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 22. The system was improved at the high school, while 16 cameras were added at the elementary school. “It’s just nice to have...
Students in grades 5-8 in Blooming Prairie Schools participated in the 28th Annual Blooming Prairie District Spelling Bee on Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 9. There were 24 participants and three alternates. Pictured, back row, left to right: Jayden Van, Ethan Marzolf, Gabe Hein, Madison Lea, Abby Smith, Ty Forystek, Anna Pauly, Addison Doocy, Grace Krejci, Abigail Hefling; middle row: Jacob Pauly, Carter Bishop, Jaylee Schleicher, Caitlyn Stangl, Catelyn Bartlett, Samantha Hefling, Ella Smith, Zoe Ehlers, Bo Zw
It took 14 rounds before a champion was crowned in the 28th annual Blooming Prairie District Spelling Bee at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School on Wednesday, Jan. 9. Seventh grader Jaylee Schleicher won the competition in the 14th round by correctly spelling the word ARMADA. She is the daughter...
Every fourth grader at the Blooming Prairie Elementary School got at least one pet of Summit last week when Paul Dale brought her to his grandson Alex's fourth grade class.
Blooming Prairie Lions Club member Paul Dale and his Leader Dog, a Golden Retriever, met at school 2 1/2 years ago. They met when Paul Dale flew to Rochester, Michigan to be acquainted with his third Leader Dog, this one named Summit.  Leader Dog School is sponsored by the Lions Clubs International...
Jason Williamson presented the Class 5A, Section 1 trophy to Husky fans as teammates carry the standout back onto the field Friday.
It has likely never happened before, but something extraordinary and explosive took place in Steele County this past week. All four Steele County high schools will be represented in the MSHSL state tournament this week after the Medford volleyball team and Blooming Prairie, Owatonna and New...
It was a time to look back and say thank you to Blooming Prairie alumni, educators and staff. The Blooming Prairie Education Foundation's Blossoms Forever group honored two alumni and two staff members at a special BP Ed Foundation annual banquet Saturday night, Sept. 29 at the Blooming Prairie...
Blooming Prairie fourth-grade teachers Haley Haseiet and Kaylenna Miller examine at crayfish during the Arkema Science Teacher Program at the Arkema Plant in Blooming Prairie on Aug. 7.
With the start of the school year right around the corner, six area teachers are off to head start after participating in the Arkema Science Teacher Program in Blooming Prairie. Each summer, Arkema shared time, resources and expertise in order to spark students curiosity and generate enthusiasm for...

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