Monday, December 16, 2019

Education

The Kasson-Mantorville School Board handed out KoMet Kommendations, discussed upcoming school events, set a tentative vote date for Zumbro Education District (ZED) re-location, and reviewed a recent visit to Cardinal Manufacturing during its monthly meeting on Monday, Oct. 21. Michael Meeker, a...
Triton Elementary School students pose with their certificates honoring them with monthly Hero awards at the school. Awards were given out at a ceremony last week recognizing kids who are exceeding expectations with their behavior.
Each month Triton Elementary School gives out a variety of awards to individual students and to classrooms for meeting and going beyond expectations. Individual Hero Awards for the first month of the school year include: Kindergarten -- Bentley Kunz, Stella Kispert, Eisen Barghusen, Chelsy  ...
Jacob Froyum of the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, explained invasive species to Triton seventh graders last Friday.
The seventh grade science students at Triton Middle School got a lesson in invasive species last week in preparation for an ecology project that will have them presenting their findings to the public tomorrow afternoon. Jacob Froyum, a forester from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources...
While almost everyone knows about the dangers of smoking, there is less information out there about the dangers of vaping. As of Oct. 3, The Center for Disease Control said 1,080 cases, including 18 deaths, related to a vaping-related lung disease have reported, up from the 805 cases reported a...
Is this a goose, Dave Hanson asked. Of course not the laughing students replied even though they admitted it did look a bit like one.
Kindergarten students in the Triton schools got a first hand look at fall’s produce last week as they headed to Dave Hanson’s apple orchard in Dodge Center. The students, two classes at a time, boarded the school bus last Friday for the short ride to the orchard. There, Hanson explained he raises...
The Kasson-Mantorville community is getting ready for its fourth all school musical. This year they will be presenting Shrek.  After the new Minnesota Wifi Performing Arts Center opened as part of the Kasson-Mantorville referendum project, school leaders and drama department leaders decided to try...
A two-goal lead is considered one of the most dangerous leads in hockey, and while Kasson-Mantorville wasn’t playing hockey, the boys’ soccer team did come back from a two-goal deficit to finish Saturday’s road game against Plainview-Elgin-Millville with a 3-3 draw.   The KoMets started things off...
Bethany von Steinbergs
The Kasson-Mantorville School District prides itself on being an innovative educational institution and strives to be Minnesota’s premier school district.  This summer K-M took another significant step toward reaching those lofty goals and achieving its vision.  At its July 15 meeting, the Kasson-...
Librarian Patricia Shaffer-Gottschalk posed with the summer’s top readers, Audra Lohrbach, Arabella Egelston and Andrew Holz.
Kasson City Council members recognized the top readers in the library’s summer reading program at last week’s council meeting. Andrew Holz was the summer’s top reader among all those 11 and under with 182 hours. Arabella Egelston was second with 149 hours and Audra Lohrback was close behind with...
With about a month before the first day of school, the Kasson-Mantorville School Board approved a number of different personnel items during its board meeting last week.  The board accepted the resignations of full-time employees including, grounds assistant Ryan Jech, media paraprofessional...

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