Education

Approximately 30 students at North Elementary have been running, stretching, playing a skill game or two and listening to a short talk on nutrition two mornings per week since early January with the goal of being more fit and doing better academically. Physical education instructors Kelly Dorr and Josie Zytkovicz lead a group of students [...]

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  Princeton Middle School has announced its Star Students of the Month for the month of February, 2014. They are: Front Row: Bryan Baumunk, David McCarney, Ethan Laskowski, Logan Baron and Kyle Zimmerman.  Center Row: McKenzie Eckert, Hayley Payment, Dallas Wiltsey, Sarah Koenigsfeld and Julia Bjurman.  Back Row: Riley Ruud, Jasmine Vanderweyst, Halie Monroe, Victoria [...]

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  Guest choral director Juan Tony Guzman, a native of the Dominican Republic, and now Director of Jazz Studies and Professor of Music Education at Luther College, plays the congas as Princeton High School choir director Mark Potvin directs the students in the all city choir concert in the PHS gym the evening of March [...]

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Princeton High School has named its students of the month for March. They are pictured above, left to right. Front row: Morghan Jensen, Alysha Koenigsfeld, Kirsten Brown, Elizabeth McCarney Back row: Principal Muckenhirn, Jack Radke, Jacob Pramann, Abbi Jones, Justin Monse. Not Pictured: Joey Stenslie, Katie Gallentine, Jack Waters, Danan Jensen-Crapser  

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The Princeton School Board has decided to have its construction referendum this coming May consist of one question. It will ask district voters if they would approve the district issuing general obligation bonds not to exceed $29.955 million to construct and equip a new elementary, decommission or sell South Elementary, make facility improvements at the [...]

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 Princeton School District will have a referendum this coming May seeking permission for the district to bond for up to $30 million to construct a new K-2 elementary school and to remodel and add onto the high school, plus upgrade the district’s security and technology. The school board unanimously passed the referendum motion at its [...]

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