Education
In what Princeton School District officials called a “painful” decision, the Princeton Board of Education authorized nearly $600,000 in budget cuts on Tuesday, April 21. And by Friday, April 24, some of the district’s newest teachers had received pink slips notifying them they would no longer ...Read More
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A select number of incoming kindergartners will be greeted with an “hola” when classes begin in the fall. The school district will begin offering a Spanish immersion class in the fall of 2015. The measure was approved by the Princeton Board of Education on April 7. Spanish will be taught in one ...Read More
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Twelve local students are competing at the state high school FFA convention at the University of Minnesota’s St. Paul and Minneapolis campuses this weekend, having earned their way during regional competition. Wyatt Lawrence, Erin Hefley, Beth Moller and Katie Moller are competing in the general l...Read More
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  The bids on the new Princeton Primary School are in, and it appears that the replacement for South Elementary will come in about $300,000 under budget. The Princeton Board of Education on April 7 approved $16.14 million in construction bids on the new facility. “We couldn’t be more please...Read More
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Princeton High School juniors Diego Nevares, Michael Murphy, Robin Walker and Austin Sueverkruepp competed in the Economics Challenge state meet at the Federal Reserve Bank in Minneapolis on April 7. The four advanced to state by defeating Cambridge-Isanti High School in the large school division du...Read More
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A dwindling balance in the financial account used for the day-to-day operations of the Princeton School District will force members of the Princeton Board of Education to make some tough decisions on Tuesday, April 21. On that night, the school board will be asked to make budget adjustments ­– or...Read More
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Attendees at Princeton Public Schools’ visioning conference March 24 were unified in many ways in how they think the district should go about preparing students for the world. The conference, which was March 24 in the high school performing arts center, drew 60-70.  Superintendent Julia Espe said...Read More
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