Rush City schools

Kids who enjoy summer recreation through Rush City Schools were the real winners Saturday night, April 13 at the Rush City Youth Sports Club’s 6th Annual Cadillac Dinner. Guests packed the house at Chucker’s Bowl and Lounge for good food, wine tasting, silent and live auctions, drawings and more — thanks to many businesses, service [...]

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A student at Rush City High School was reportedly in possession of a “hit list,” according to a press release from the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office. On March 14 at about 10:45 a.m., the sheriff’s office was contacted by Chisago County Probation about a 13-year-old student who is currently on probation. That student reportedly had [...]

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Ronald McDonald showed up at Rush City Schools recently to thank students at those schools for collecting and recycling 1 million pop tabs. Here, Ronald presents class presidents Grant Thompson (9th grade) and Payton Ramberg (10th grade) with a plaque lauding the schools for their efforts. Not pictured: 8th grade class president Noah Griser. Later [...]

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It was a big day for students, families and school staff on Tuesday, the first day of the 2012-13 school year at Rush City and North Branch schools. The yellow school busses were hard to see amid the fog as they rolled into Sunrise River Elementary School in North Branch. Some students sprinted off their [...]

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Rush City Schools Superintendent Vern Koepp lauded the District #139 School Board following the board’s regular meeting Thursday night, saying members have put “real sound fiscal management” into practice while working on the district’s 2012-13 preliminary budget. The board unanimously voted to approve the preliminary budget, which will utilize an estimated $7.5 million in revenue [...]

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By Jon Tatting— Rush City schools is taking a big step into the world of technology with an initiative that starts with putting iPads into the hands of fifth graders and their teachers next school year. Mary Kurvers, the district’s technology specialist, along with fifth-grade teachers Sue Williams, Lori Nelson and Kim Erdman, presented the [...]

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