Education
What do trees, aquatic invasive species, birds, fish and Emerald Ash Borers have in common? They were topics Milaca fifth grades learned about at the Mille Lacs Soil and Water Conservation District’s annual conservation day held Wednesday, May 20 in Milaca’s Rec Park. Conservation Day is held to...Read More
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  Milaca Public Schools implemented the Olweus Bullying Prevention program in January of 2014. Preparation for implementation began in the summer of 2013, and the program was rolled out to the students at the beginning of spring semester 2014. “This program is all inclusive and affects all st...Read More
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Students take trip to Grand Slam An award ceremony was held on May 21 in the Milaca High School gym for seventh- and eighth-grade students. There were 181 students recognized for several achievements throughout the year, such as no disciplinary action, honorable mention, A and B honor rolls, and exc...Read More
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Milaca prom adviser Colleen Bell sought the advice of the School Board regarding prom next school year. In 2015, prom was held in Stillwater, where students boarded a boat for luxury cruise down the scenic St. Croix River. To keep the appeal of the Stillwater cruise, the prom committee decided that ...Read More
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The following actions were taken by the Milaca School Board at its May 20 meeting. They were compiled by Brielle Bredsten. High school bell schedule High School Principal Damian Patnode has created two different bell schedules, each allowing for additional Teacher Advisement time, when teachers meet...Read More
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Egg drop teaches math and science skills Milaca Elementary School fifth-grader Kayla Gave stood beneath the school’s stadium press box with her hand covered in sticky, gooey peanut butter. And there was a good reason why. Every spring Milaca fifth-graders are presented with a serious challenge: Th...Read More
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Construction could begin on water attraction and community building in late July. When the city of Milaca was looking for what features might be a hit at its future splash park, members of a park board committee went straight to its users for input. Milaca Elementary School teachers Matt Follmuth an...Read More
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