Cory McIntyre, who just completed his first year as superintendent of Osseo Area Schools, shares some insights.
Being a top high school student is full of unbelievable rigor. Our elite students this year are full of expectation and intensity along with a healthy dose of discipline. They are also surrounded by a lot of tools that they use to reach their athletic, technical, artistic and scientific goals.
This year, the majority of Osseo-area high school students will begin the school year under new leadership. Both Maple Grove and Osseo senior highs have new principals.
Games are the key to providing a fun and successful learning environment at Mathnasium. Games that help to develop number sense and math concepts can help students overcome their math fears while having funs with friends and family.
American Indian culture is unlike any other, but too often it’s a culture that gets lost in the school system. In Osseo School District 279, the Indian Education Program works with American Indian students to help them through school and set them up for success in life.
Approximately 3,630 pounds of school supplies were donated through CROSS Services
MOMS Club is a National organization with chapters around the world, including in Canada, Germany and Italy. Four of those chapters have a local vibe right here in Maple Grove: the Fish Lake, Rice Lake, Weaver Lake and Rush Creek chapters.
Christy Bishop, a professional educator and interpretive naturalist who runs the Eastman Nature Center program, along with Cristina Palmisano, highlights the class as an opportunity for 4- an
One of the most common questions asked by Mathnasium students is how to study and prepare for upcoming math tests. These “Mathletes” more often than not also suffer from test anxiety, which leads them to believe that no matter how much the