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Bloomington Transition Center (BTC) was recognized by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE) for successfully implementing Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS).

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Bloomington Public Schools encourages children and teens to read for fun this summer. Reading is important during this time away from school to prevent a drastic loss in reading skills, especially for students in need.

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Amanda Tveitbakk is the new assistant principal of Valley View Elementary School, effective July 1. Ms. Tveitbakk served the past year as Dean of Students at Indian Mounds.

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Five student athletes from Bloomington’s Jefferson and Kennedy high schools placed in the top 10 at the State Track and Field meet, including a senior who tied a school record!

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The summer community musical 'The Little Mermaid' will be held July 26-30 at Kennedy High School. Ticket details and showtimes inside.

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Twenty-five adult learners graduated from Choice Academy and Metro South Adult Basic Education on June 8 at Kennedy High School’s auditorium.

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Bloomington Public Schools is providing free summer meals to all students 18 years of age and younger at no cost to families at schools and parks through the Summer Food Service Program. 

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Bloomington Public Schools executive director of community relations and emergency management, Rick Kaufman, APR, has been honored with the Presidents Award by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).

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Dozens of young adults in Bloomington Transition Center (BTC) programs completed their transition programming and are moving on from an education setting to live and work independently in our community.

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Students attending Bloomington Career and College Academy (BCCA) earned more than 1,400 college credits and dozens of professional certificates. These figures cap off a successful eighth year for the program.

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Liz Lodermeier will become the new Principal of Indian Mounds Elementary School, effective July 1. Lodermeier has been the dean of students at Valley View Elementary School for the past four years.

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Olson Middle School eighth grader, Sylvan Redish, is the winner of a national competition showcasing students’ knowledge and skills of using digital mapping technology to teach viewers about a researched topic.

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Oak Grove Middle School Principal Brian Ingemann has accepted a one-year interim appointment to lead Ridgeview Elementary School for the 2023-24 school year. He will replace Carey Seeley Dzierzak who has accepted a principal position at Webster Elementary

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Jefferson High School juniors Kehan Chen and Kailey Tan, and seniors Will Moen and Darian Whittet qualified for the National Speech and Debate Association’s (NSDA) National Tournament. The event will take place in Phoenix, Ariz., from June 11-16.

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FIRST Lego League Robotics Team #41748 won the Championship Award for the second year in a row at the Minnesota State Championship in February, sending the team to the international FIRST Championship last month.

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Jefferson Theatre Company’s production of “Les Misérables” received numerous honors from Spotlight Education, a program of the Hennepin Theatre Trust. The cast will perform a musical selection from the show at the Spotlight Showcase.

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Jefferson High School juniors Matthew Ouellet, Shane Ross and Paul Wakeham earned perfect scores on the American College Test (ACT).

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Bloomington Community Education is excited to announce the return of Camp Invention, an engaging STEM summer camp for students in grades K-6. The camp will run June 12-19, 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. at Oak Grove Middle School.

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Bloomington Educational Cable Television (BEC-TV) recently won two Student Production Awards from the Upper Midwest Emmy Foundation for Best Live Sports Production.

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Cristin Caruso will become the new principal of Normandale Hills Elementary School, effective July 1. Caruso is replacing Dr. Andrew Vollmuth, who is leaving after 16 years to become the new superintendent of New Prague Area Schools.

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