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March 22, 2022
April 5, 2022
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Farewell Open Houses
Come celebrate with us before some schools close at the end of the 2021-2022 school year. These events are open to all of our families and neighbors as well as current and former staff.
The Curious Savage on stage at North 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.
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.
Visit www.northdrama.org for more information.
Scene around 622
Tartan students with Wold
Tartan students, who are intending on pursuing careers in architecture, construction and/or engineering learned about the design and installation process using precast concrete, which is used to build bridges, parking ramps, buildings and more. Jace Rossow, Sales Rep. from Wells Concrete, shared details about the concrete process. Wold Architect Josh Ripplinger, joined in the conversation and tour. Thank you to Wells Concrete for the info. session and tour, Wold Architects for lunch and Adophson-Peterson for loaning us the safety equipment. (Tartan staff: C. Forsythe, M. McLean Jorgensen)
In the News
Tartan student received the first ever scholarship from the League of Women Voters!
A Tartan student received the first ever scholarship from the League of Women Voters.
She was featured on page 9 of their monthly newsletter The Voter. LWV helps register new voters at Tartan on cap & gown pick-up day.
622 CNA students meet governor while on Saint Paul College tour
Harmony Adult Education students Brenda Garcia and Qasim Adams were in their CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) class at Saint Paul College when they had a surprise visit from Governor Walz, who was touring the facility to promote the state's free CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) training program to address the statewide shortage of CNAs in long-term care facilities.
Read more below in the following links:
KSTP Students shown, instructor interviewed
WCCO Students shown
Fox 9 Student Brenda Garcia was interviewed
Walz says nursing initiative will help with next COVID surge
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz says an initiative introduced in January to add 1,000 new certified nursing assistants in the state has surpassed its goal. "The ability to quickly and efficiently stand up a program to make sure we had the capacity, especially with CNAs, I think was a great success story," the governor said at a news conference at St.
Community Education Opportunities
Community Education Summer Programs
With camps, activities, and classes for youth of all ages, Community Education has everything you need to plan a fun, enriching summer for your family.
- Summer ECFE classes for families with children under 5
- Summer swim lessons for ages 9 months and up. Registration begins April 26!
- Preschool Activities for ages 3-5
- Elementary Activities for students entering grades K-5
- Adventure Connection full-day summer program for students entering PreK-5th grade
- Middle School Activities for students entering grades 6-8
- Epic Connection full-day summer program for students entering grades 6-8
Peachjar electronic flyers
District 622 COVID-19 Information
District 622 continues to provide up-to-date COVID-19 information on the 622 COVID-19 website. This includes the new face-covering guidance as well as the 622 dashboard and information about vaccinations and boosters.
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.