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Prairie Elementary fourth-graders enjoy a day at Pipestone National Monument last week thanks to a field trip grant from the National Park Foundation as part of the foundation's Open OutDoors for Kids program. Each fourth-grade class got the chance to experience lessons about Native American myth and legend, geology and park etiquette prior to their field trip experience. At Pipestone National Monument, students visited with someone who quarries the pipestone and walked the trails.(Special to The Globe)
Prairie pupils visit Pipestone
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Worthington Middle School fifth-graders sprinkle wildflower varieties on one area of a 15-acre pollinator plot during their Tuesday pollinator tour. (Alyssa Sobotka / The Globe)
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Prairie Elementary students from Kelly Troe's fourth-grade class place their uniquely painted stones from an art project led by art teacher Jayme Wiertzema in a newly created rock garden. (Tim Middagh / The Globe)
Celebrating individuality: Prairie students create rock garden
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October 13, 2017
Jared Siegel (left) of New Jersey and Charlie Kawas of New York are owners of construction businesses. They took part in the Oct. 13 forum for high school students to learn about career options in the skilled trades. Michael Brun /Forum News Service
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Column: District working hard to address facilities needs
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