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National School Counseling Week is under way
WORTHINGTON — The role of a school counselor is often misunderstood, according to Jan Larson, who has counseled students at Worthington Senior High “to help them be successful as students” for the past 19 years.
Two types of flu have been diagnosed in patients locally
WORTHINGTON — The flu season started earlier than usual and it’s packing quite a punch, with hundreds of Minnesotans hospitalized in recent weeks for symptoms ranging from a fever to a sore throat, body aches and extreme tiredness.
WORTHINGTON — “Join hands and circle left, then allemande right,” instructed Chuck Moore to an attentive and energetic group of square dancers as the tinkling instrumental tune “Lonely Goatherd” played in the background.
WORTHINGTON — Worthington District 518 Schools plans on honoring our veterans in a number of ways. In past years, ISD schools have put together a very full and active schedule for those who have served this great country. We would like to continue to do so, but in a little different format.
WORTHINGTON — Minnesota was granted a waiver in 2012 to the No Child Left Behind federal legislation that changed the accountability system for schools. Districts were previously measured solely on student proficiency that was measured through Annual Yearly Progress (AYP) reports. The waiver now measures districts on student growth, closing the achievement gap and increasing graduation rate, in addition to student proficiency.
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