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The School Board met on Thursday, Nov. 20, with the following items on the agenda:

During its regular school board meeting on Nov. 20, the School Board approved the Long Range Facility Plan, which, if funding is approved by the community in 2015, will ensure adequate space and improvements across the district for the next ten years.

More than 300 students and staff members from District 833 joined nearly 18,000 students throughout Minnesota on Nov. 12 to participate in WE Day, an annual event series of stadium-sized events held to empower youth throughout the world, presented by the international charity and an educational partner Free the Children.

Pullman Elementary School and Oltman Middle Schools showcased the district’s Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) and 1:1 iPad programs on Nov. 18.

Learning Resources Network (LERN) selected the South Washington County School District’s Community Education brochure as the best among lifelong learning and continuing education providers.

Seven high school students from District 833 recently signed national letters of intent to participate in inter-collegiate athletics next year.

Over 500 tenth grade students from Woodbury High School recently participated in a unique alcohol lesson as part of their Embedded Health class.

Linda Pederson, the business education teacher at Woodbury Middle School, received a Financial Literacy Grant from the United Educators Credit Union.

Christina Zheng, a sixth grade student at Woodbury Middle School, is the citywide winner of the Woodbury Lions Club Peace Poster Contest.

Current Lake Middle School Principal Molly Roeske has been selected to serve as the interim principal for East Ridge High School for the remainder of the school year.


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