Moeller recognized for fostering science and math literacy at St. Joseph school Diane Moeller, principal of Kennedy Community School, St. Joseph, has been named 2013 Science and Mathematics Elementary and Middle Level Principal of the Year. Created through a partnership between the Science Museum of Minnesota and the Minnesota Elementary School Principals’ Association, the award recognizes the vital importance of
[/media-credit] The Sartell boys seventh-grade basketball team nabbed first-place honors at the Anoka Winter Classic Dec. 2 by defeating North St. Paul , 50-42. The members of the team are (front row, left to right) Cole Zunker, Riley Hartwig, Evan DeMorett, Ben Rohlfs, Nick Daffinrud; (back row) Coach Gordy Meyer, Jay Bertelson, Ryan Fernholz, Trysten Bommersbach, Jordan Och, Trent Meyer
Thirty-nine Sartell students were among 1,432 students who were recently named to the fall dean’s list at t. Cloud State University. They and their majors are as follows: Einas Alkhatib, biomedical sciences; Garrett Brennan, computer science; Brandon Burggraff, undecided; Rebecca Caspers, social work; Jill Chaika, nursing; Nathan Christopherson, computer engineering; Kimberly Duong, pre-law; Jacob Emslander, management; Nicole Erickson, community psychology;
Clara Kroska, of St. Joseph, has been accepted to and has chosen to attend the University of Minnesota, Morris. Kroska, a 2013 graduate of Albany Senior High School will attend Morris beginning Fall 2013. Kroska is the recipient of an Achievement Scholarship, renewable up to four years. Achievement Scholars are selected based on their academic accomplishments at the time of
Twenty St. Joseph students in grade sixth-12th were recently named to the fall semester headmaster’s honor roll at St. John’s Preparatory School, Collegeville. They are the following: Sarah Bresnahan, senior, daughter of Richard and Colette Bresnahan; Leela Cofell, junior, daughter of Monica Cofell; Zachary Dehler, senior, son of Al and Mary Dehler; Marisa Gaetz, freshmen, daughter of Rick and Rose
The Country Manor Health Care Center and Rapid Recovery and Aquatic Center hosted its 13th annual Hometown Christmas Event on Dec. 8. Hundreds of family members and friends of Country Manor residents and guests gathered in celebration of the most treasured holiday of the year, Christmas, a time of togetherness and love, for families and friends to bond and rejoice,
Cassandra Schroer, a Sartell High School senior, has been accepted for admission at Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato, Minn. Schroer is the daughter of Elizabeth and Paul Schroer, Sartell.
The Sisters of the Order of St. Benedict recently announced 14 nuns celebrated their 60th anniversaries and two celebrated 75th anniversaries of religious life. The monastic community honored 16 Jubilarians at their morning Eucharist April 21 in the Sacred Heart Chapel, St. Benedict’s Monastery. The Sisters have served primarily in the fields of health care, education and spiritual ministry throughout