Education

Princeton taxpayers realized nearly $5 million in savings on the sale of $29.95 million in bonds that will be used to finance the building of a new elementary school and other districtwide upgrades. That was the word at a special meeting of the Princeton Board of Education on Monday, June 30. The bonds were purchased [...]

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The number of moms returning to college to complete their degrees is higher than ever. With flexible, high-caliber programs now available online, more moms are choosing to earn their degrees online in order to balance family time and work commitments with school. Arizona State University Online, one of the country’s leading online programs, offers the [...]

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The Princeton School District has a new director of teaching and learning. The School Board has hired Julie Williams, of Foreston, to succeed Mindy Jezierski. Williams starts in her new position on July 1. Williams is originally from Anoka. Her family moved to Princeton in 2001, but by then Williams had graduated from high school. [...]

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Princeton High School choral director Mark Potvin directs the school’s concert choir and symphonic winds during a pre-parade concert on the grounds of the school district offices on Thursday, June 12. The music ensembles played a concert following the parade, as well.

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