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March 15, 2022

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Upcoming Events

COVID-19 Vaccination and booster clinic Saturday, March 19

ISD 622 will be partnering with Ramsey county to host a vaccination (ages 5+) and booster (ages 12+) event this Saturday. Even with COVID-19 case numbers getting lower, you can still get vaccinated or boosted to protect yourself and your family.


Saturday, March 19, 2022, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.


North HS cafeteria - 2416 11th Ave E, North St. Paul

  • Pre-registration recommended, a small number of walk-in appointments available
  • Initial Pfizer vaccine series available for ages 5+
  • Pfizer boosters available for 12+
  • Translators are available for Spanish, Hmong, Somali, and Karen-speaking families.


Register for the March 19 clinic by visiting this link.

The Curious Savage coming to the North stage April 7-9

North High Drama presents The Curious Savage, a comedic play about Ethel P. Savage, an elderly woman whose husband recently died and left her approximately ten million dollars. Contrasting the kindness and loyalty of psychiatric patients with the obsessive vanity of "respectable" public figures, and family members, it calls into question conventional definitions of kindness, decency, and sheer lunacy.


Showtimes:


Thursday, April 7 at 7 p.m.

Friday, April 8 at 7 p.m.

Saturday, April 9 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.


ORDER YOUR TICKETS ONLINE TODAY! (Or, bring your smartphone to buy tickets at the door! All ticket sales are online - even at the door. There is no cash accepted at the door.)


Visit www.northdrama.org for more information.

Scene Around 622

North boys swim team makes a splash at sections, state

The Polars had great success at the Section 4AA Championship on March 4, earning four individual event titles and a 5th place team finish. Four swimmers also earned a trip to the state meet.


Section results included:

  • 200 Medley Relay - 2nd place (Willy Coborn, Thomas Moore, Jonathan Peabody, and Carson Peterson)
  • 50 Freestyle - 1st place (Willy Coborn, new personal best time)
  • 100 Freestyle - 1st place (Willy Coborn, new personal best time)
  • 200 Freestyle - 1st place (Jonathan Peabody, broke his own school record)
  • 500 Freestyle - 1st place (Jonathan Peabody, broke his own school record)
  • 200 Freestyle Relay - 4th place (Willy Coborn, Carson Peterson, Thomas Moore, and Jonathan Peabody)
  • 400 Freestyle Relay - 7th place (Jared Kuchenmeister, Ben Brown, Carson Line, and Fred Heaser)


Senior Jonathan Peabody was voted Swimmer of the Meet by the section coaches, which recognized his outstanding performance as well as his sportsmanship.


The team was also recognized with a Gold Standard Academic Award, with an average GPA above 3.75 for the athletes competing in the section championship.


The relay team of Willy Coborn, Thomas Moore, Jonathan Peabody, and Carson Peterson went on to compete at the state swim meet held on March 3-5 at the U of MN Aquatics Center. Willy Coborn and Jonathan Peabody also competed in individual events.


State meet results:

  • 200 Yard Medley Relay - 16th place (Thomas Moore, Carson Peterson, and alternates Ben Brown and Tyler Gschlecht)
  • 50 Yard Freestyle - 14th place (Willy Coborn)
  • 100 Yard Freestyle - 16th place (Willy Coborn)
  • 200 Yard Freestyle - 13th place (Jonathan Peabody)
  • 500 Yard Freestyle - 10th place (Jonathan Peabody)


Congratulations to the Polars!

Tartan DECA student moves on to national competition

Tartan DECA has two students to congratulate after last week's State Career Development Conference. Kyle Nilson (11) and Allie Patnode (12) both advanced into the final round of competition on March 8, 2022, in Minneapolis.


Kyle Nilson placed 5th in Quick Service Restaurant Management and advances to the International Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, in April. Over 20,000 students from around the world compete at this level.


Allie Patnode placed 12th in Minnesota for Employment Interview-Advanced Level.


Tartan DECA Advisor, Craig Spreiter, is shown at left with Kyle and Allie.

Tartan's Arlie Kapaun recognized as Most Valuable Teammate

Every week the Minnesota State High School League recognizes a Most Valuable Teammate. These student-athletes are nominated for the following characteristics:


  • positive influence on their team - putting the team before self
  • exemplifies leadership and sportsmanship
  • respectful, reliable, and supportive of others


Arlie was recognized on the big screen at the boy's state hockey tournament last weekend.


Congratulations Arlie!

622 in the News

North St. Paul staff navigate students' social gaps with positivity, kindness

Watch this great story about Webster Elementary that was featured on Fox 9 last week.

In the News: Grants program continues to connect young people with the outdoors

North High was recently featured in a Star Tribune article about the No Child Left Inside grant program.


https://www.startribune.com/minnesota-outdoors-grants-children-students-schools-dnr-fishing-no-child-left-inside/600152612/

Enroll your child

Preschool enrollment is open

Considering District 622 Preschool for your 3 or 4-year-old? Watch the video at this link to learn more about our program.

Join the 622 team!

We're Hiring!

Join ISD 622!


We are looking for candidates who are enthusiastic and passionate about what they do. Join our team and become a Paraeducator, Substitute Teacher, or School Bus Driver (we'll help you get your CDL)!


Please visit our careers site for a list of open positions.


For more information please contact Human Resources at (651) 748-7421.

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