Princeton School District voters will have a referendum this coming May seeking permission to bond for up to $30 million to construct a new K-2 elementary and to remodel and add onto the high school facilities, plus do some district-wide security and tech upgrades. The school board passed the referendum motion unanimously at its meeting [...]
The Princeton School Board could decide at its meeting Thursday, Feb. 6, if it will run a referendum this coming May. That referendum would ask voters to approve bonding to construct a new elementary building for kindergarten through second grade and also add onto and remodel the high school. If the board does make that [...]
Princeton Public Schools will be in session April 16 and 17, originally part of a week break leading up to Good Friday and Easter. The School Board on Jan. 28 passed a motion to have school open those two days to make up for when the schools were closed Jan. 27 and 28 due [...]
A Princeton High School teacher whose classroom often contains a collection of stuffed wild birds and critters hanging from the ceiling or on mounts, has been named the outstanding agricultural educator of the year for the 22-school Minnesota Region 4. Jessica Lupkes is in her 15th year of teaching agriculture-related courses at PHS and adviser [...]
Princeton members of the Mississippi 8 Honor Choir pose with their conductor after performing recently at St. Michael-Albertville High School. Pictured are (L-R): Hannah Jenson, Molly Savage, Michael Gross, Michael Harrington, maestro Tefsa Wondemagegnehu, Shania Halgrimson, Amanda Whitcomb, Gino Fraboni, and Tate Walquist.
The Princeton High School speech team placed second, with 10 of its students placing at the team’s first meet of the season – the 15-school competition at Cathedral High School in St. Cloud on Feb. 1. “The Princeton students had a great time and they represented Princeton well,” Princeton head coach Thor Mattick said. Besides [...]