Tartan High School

Wed
18
Apr

SNAPSHOT: Sharing culture through dance


courtesy of School District 622

courtesy of School District 622 • The District 622 Latino student group will be performing folklore dances from Mexico and El Salvador at the Tartan High School Festival of Cultures on Friday, April 20.

Wed
28
Mar

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - April 2018


courtesy of School District 622 • Pictured left to right in the front row are Bill Halbrehder, Mike Boland, Becky Neve, Superintendent Christine Osorio and State Rep. Leon Lillie. Pictured in the back row are Brad Martinson, Randy Anderson, Michelle Yener, Greg Nelson, State Sen. Chuck Wiger and Caleb Anderson.

On March 3, elected officials, members of the community, and district leaders gathered at Polar Ice Arena, 2444 11th Ave. N., for a unique rededication ceremony. 

Mon
12
Mar

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - March 2018


submitted photo • Several schools in the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District celebrated National African American Parent Involvement Day over the week of Feb. 12. Events included educational games, classroom visits, presentations and a group dinner.

Research shows that students achieve greater academic success when parents feel connected with their child’s school.

Wed
07
Feb

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - February 2018


submitted photo • Early childhood staff are key to successful events, such as Friday Family Fun Nights, because they interact with the children and model how to practice skills.

We have all heard the research about the importance of the early years of a child’s life, with extensive brain development occurring between birth and age 5.

Wed
10
Jan

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - January 2018

As District 622 prepares students for future careers, it is working to expand the science, technology, engineering and math programming, otherwise called STEM.

Wed
06
Dec

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - December 2017


submitted photo • As part of the Work-Based Learning programs at North and Tartan high schools, over 500 students within the last year have toured local businesses such as McGrath Manufacturing located in Maplewood.

The Work-Based Learning programs at North and Tartan high schools offer experiential learning that connects a student’s career goal and classroom learning with a productive work environment.

Tue
07
Nov

Monthly highlight from School District 622 - November 2017

Fall brings a wave of excitement to the stages at our our high schools. This year, our award-winning theatre programs will feature musical versions of “Shrek” and “Sister Act.”

Wed
01
Feb

‘Into the Woods’ comes onto the Tartan stage


Tartan students rehearse for their upcoming Feb. 2 through Feb. 5 production of “Into the Woods.” A baker and his wife, played by Cody Arend and Mattie Albrecht, wish to have a child, but learn of a witch’s curse. The witch is played by Brooke Hafner. Meanwhile there is also Jack’s mother, played by Chaela Antonio, and Jack, played by Ethan Yang, who wish their cow would give milk.

This past autumn Tartan High School theater students charmed audiences with their musical performance of “The Little Mermaid.” Now they are back with another musical that features a few cherished characters in an imaginative retelling of popular f

Wed
15
Jun

Congratulations graduates!


North High teachers line Aldrich Arena, greeting the 111th graduation class June 8. Speakers would include Principal Greg Nelson, Superintendent Christine Osorio, Distinguished Alumni Colonel and Army Staff Chaplain John Joseph Morris, faculty Robert Hackney grateful for the many satisfying moments at North, and students Rachel Sandquist and Sean Martin.

High school graduates walk with pride

Wed
08
Jun

First District 622 AVID students graduate


The first North High AVID class attended a special lunch as a group several days before the June 8 commencement.

AVID program pushes students and promotes college readiness

 

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