Teaching That Engages The BODY, BRAIN & BEING

2017 Healthy Schools Summit gets GROOVY! In March, the South East Education Cooperative’s Healthy Schools Program combined efforts with PartnerSHIP 4 Health, N.D. Department of Health and Dakota Medical Foundation to do something a bit different for this year’s Healthy Schools Summit. With intel from colleagues in the field, a decision was made to bring…
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MOST Kids Play Scientists In LaMoure

–Story taken from LaMoure Chronicle– Six MOST (Meaningful Out of School Time) kids and five parents parents participated in Family Fun Day, February 22, 2017. Kids with their parents split into three groups and pretended to be “Little Scientists.” One group consisted of John Witchey, his mother, Ash Boos and stepfather, Josh Severson. Their activity…
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Spring Is Coming – Learning How Flowers Survive

Earlier this month students attending Wahpeton Youth Club learned how flowers survive using food coloring to show how water moves up the flower stem to feed the rest of the plant’s body! “We used red and blue food coloring to change the color of the flower. It took a couple of days, but the flower…
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Enderlin’s Endeavors: Reading Tiers, MTSS, Technology Advancements

Overseeing nearly 300 K-12 students in Enderlin for the past five years, Superintendent Tom Rettig started in the education world because of his love for math, basketball, running and the urge to share his enthusiasm with others. Rettig has been in the education world for 30+ years and was very happy to share his pride…
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