Education
Article by Editor Jeff Hage, Mille Lacs County Times The Milaca Board of Education has offered the school district’s superintendent position to a Cambridge-Isanti school administrator. Tim Truebenbach, the director of teaching and learning for the Cambridge-Isanti School District, was offered the ...Read More
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Cambridge Primary School will be hosting “Power Night” on Thursday, April 16, from 6–7:30 p.m. and all are invited to attend. On “Power Night” students are invited to show off the many things they are good at. Come and enjoy collections, drawing, scrapbooks, creative writing, dance per...Read More
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Four Cambridge-Isanti High School students are headed to the Minnesota State High School League Speech Tournament after placing in the top three at the Section 7AA Speech competition. Going to State are Isabelle Barrett (1st-Poetry), Lacey Johnson (3rd-Drama) and Nola Nelson and Chloe Truebenbach (3...Read More
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Days of rehearsing has paid off for two Concordia College Cobber theater students from Cambridge. Cambridge-Isanti High School graduates Megan Hovinen and Jonathan Wells recently demonstrated their abilities at the regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival in Minneapolis, where they ...Read More
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Traci LeBrun Cambridge Christian School Walking through the hallways of Cambridge Christian School is not unlike walking through the halls in any other school — children laughing, teachers collaborating and an occasional elementary student running to catch a friend. However, Cambridge Christian Sc...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti School District is pushing to bring back its high school marching band program, which was eliminated in 2008 due to budget cuts. During the March 19 School Board meeting, Superintendent Ray Queener explained he and band director Justin Kennedy have been discussing the idea. Quee...Read More
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