Kringen's Korner

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The 2019-20 school year will be remembered for all of the wrong reasons and as we put the year to rest, we begin the transition process to the 2020-21 school year.  While we have no guidance from the State of Minnesota on what the 2020-21 school year will hold, your local school district has...
One of my favorite events of the year is Graduation and this week’s column will reflect a few thoughts for the Class of 2020.   Beginning with a quote from Jon Gordon’s Twitter Account:  “This virus may have stolen your senior year and graduation but it cannot and will not steal your future. Stay...
The school year will enter its final two weeks as this edition of Kringen’s Korner goes to print; this week’s column will have a variety of information for readers. 1.  Graduation – We will be holding a virtual graduation at the Long Drive-In Theatre at 9:30 p.m. on Tuesday May 26th.  This...
This week’s column is difficult to write in regard to the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020 as the Minnesota Departments of Health and Education have directed that the ceremony we had planned is not permitted. School districts across the state received the following from the MDE on Friday,...
We enter the final month of the school year and continue to adjust to the “new normal”.  This week’s column will update readers on what is happening in your local school district. Your local school district is doing their best to make decisions about programs and events in a time of great...
Governor Walz has issued an Executive Order that extends distance learning for the rest of the school year (May 29th for LPGE); this week’s column will review how this impacts various aspects of your local school district.  Distance Learning – Our distance learning program will continue through May...
Last week’s column had a serious typographical/editorial error and this writer is embarrassed by the error and apologizes to my readers.  The opening line to last week’s column should have read “The Governor has NOT decided on the reopening of school buildings for the rest of the school year.”...
The closure of our school buildings and the shift to distance learning has raised questions about future events and activities in your local school district.  This week’s column while not providing specific answers will review the process that we are following and some of the questions that we will...
The Governor has issued a stay at home order until April 10th and then we will begin distance learning from Monday March 30th through Thursday, April 30th with a plan for students to return to school on May 5th.    Distance Learning - Our staff has been hard at work developing distance learning...
Your local school district has been hard at work to be in compliance with the Governor's Executive order to close school through March 27th; this week's column will share with readers what we have been doing in several areas.  It is interesting to note that last week's column was cancelled as it...

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