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Duluth students may play musical schools

In less than three years, five of nine Duluth public elementary schools could enroll more students than the buildings can hold.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/05/2014

3 in 4 Superior High students face random drug testing

Hannah Toland was in her first-period language arts class last March when she was chosen for random drug testing at Superior High School.

Duluth News Tribune, 02/02/2014

Minnesota, Wisconsin school districts ponder make-up days

Mother Nature just doesn’t know when to quit. Most local students will probably be making up at least a day or two of school this year after what looks to be an unprecedented seven days called for weather before February for many school districts in the region.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/29/2014

Minnesota ranked first in charter school report

Minnesota’s charter school laws and regulations are ranked first in the nation, according to an annual report.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/29/2014

Duluth charter schools now enroll 14% of district’s students

The share of Duluth school district students attending charter schools in the city has grown from 9 percent to 14 percent in seven years, according to a recent report.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/29/2014

Minnesota, Wisconsin school districts ponder make-up days

Dozens of school districts throughout Minnesota and in Wisconsin were off again Monday and today because of cold temperatures and wind chills as low as 50 degrees below zero.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/28/2014

Duluth charter schools see continued growth

The share of Duluth school district students attending charter schools in the city has grown from 9 percent to 14 percent in seven years, according to a recent report.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/28/2014

With budget surplus, Duluth School Board considers district's financial future

Duluth school district officials can’t recall the last time a budget surplus was on their hands, but there is one thanks to increased funding from the state and local taxpayers.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/24/2014

Gastrointestinal illness hits Hermantown schools

Large numbers of students in each of Hermantown’s three schools are out sick with a gastrointestinal illness this week.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/23/2014

Hermantown schools hit with stomach illness, many students out sick

Large numbers of students in each of Hermantown’s three schools are out sick this week with a gastrointestinal illness.

Duluth News Tribune, 01/22/2014

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