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Sep 18th

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PYC Arts & Technology High School change policy for serving student meals

Plymouth Youth Center Arts and Technology High School announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch/Breakfast Programs for the ’09-’10 school year.  All students will be served breakfast and lunch at no charge at the following site:  PYC 2210 Oliver Ave N. Minneapolis.
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Vallay Varro announces candidacy for Saint Paul School Board

Saint Paul, MN —Vallay Varro announced that she will be a candidate for the Saint Paul School Board. Varro is seeking to fill the vacancy created by the announced resignation of current Board member Tom Conlon.
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MPS offers innovative Summer School activities, Summer Food Service program

MPS is striving to make summer school fun and educational for sixth, seventh and eighth-grade students. The District’s curriculum will incorporate iPod touches, Moodle and VoiceThread technologies into math and reading coursework.
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AccountAbility Minnesota launches LEAP to help parents pay for kids’ educational summer activities

Families will be able to fund up to $2,000 of their children’s educational activities this summer through a new program from AccountAbility Minnesota, with funding assistance through the Pohlad Family Foundation.
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Don't put a bookmark in reading for the summer

There’s no better time of year than summertime for any kid, including my three. Another school year has passed by, and responsibilities are limited to summer sports, household chores, perhaps a summer job.
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Saint Paul Public Schools provides free summer meals as part of USDA program

Free meals will be made available again this summer to all children 18 years of age and under, and persons 19 years of age and over who have a mental or physical disability (as determined by a State or local educational agency) and who participates during the school year in a public or private non-profit school program (established for the mentally or physically disabled).
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Admission Possible year-end graduation celebration Largest group of students yet complete two-year college prep program

Admission Possible year-end graduation celebration Largest group of students yet complete two-year college prep programIn this busy season of proms and graduations, awards nights and athletic banquets, more than 1,000 Twin Cities students marked their calendars for the 8th Annual Admission Possible Year-End Graduation Celebration which took place Saturday, May 30, at the University of Minnesota’s Ted Mann Concert Hall.

Of the 620 Twin Cities-area seniors who participated in Admission Possible’s two-year college preparatory program, 96% of them have already been admitted to at least one college for next year, after working steadily to reach important deadlines, arrange for financial aid, receive admission letters, and make an informed decision. For the many Admission Possible students who will be the first members of their families to attend college, this is an accomplishment well worth a celebration.

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