Education
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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Superintendent Greg Winter gave report on legislative news during the March 16 Braham School Board meeting. Gov. Mark Dayton’s education budget formula proposal calls for an increase of the general funding formula for school districts by 1 percent in both 2016 and 2017, he said. This means a $58 i...Read More
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Cambridge Middle and Isanti Middle school students spent the day March 13 learning about science, technology, engineering and math. Each school rotated between the Armed Forces Reserve and Community Center and the Anoka Ramsey Community College-Cambridge Campus, learning about what is going on in th...Read More
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