Monthly Archives: February 2018

Spring Break

February 28, 2018
No school Friday, March 2. No school the week of March 5 - 9. School resumes Monday, March 12. 
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Ice Cream for Books event

February 23, 2018
We had another wonderful Ice Cream for Books event last week.
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PCS Family Skating Party

February 22, 2018
Join us at Saints North on Feb. 23 from 5:15p-7:15p for an evening of skating and family fun!
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Party for the 100th Day of School

February 21, 2018
DLI Second Grade Dual Language Immersion students had a 100 day celebration with Mexican bread, hot chocolate and family and friends.
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LC -ALL FIVE LITTLE CANADA FUTURE PROBLEM SOLVERS TEAMS will advance to the State Competition in St. Cloud

February 21, 2018
Our Little Canada Future Problem Solvers (FPS) team has grown to 30 students this year! We meet every Wednesday after school to research and challenge ourselves to identify challenges and create solutions related to a chosen topic. Topics this year have included the Spread of Infectious Disease, Toxic Materials and Philanthrocapitalism.   On January 27th, all five FPS teams competed in the Regional Competition at Rice Lake Elementary School in Lino Lakes.   Special Congratulations to Laila Kimmes, Carolina Bada Lappi, Mia Carrico, Caitlyn Kimmes and Lillian Kimmes for winning 2nd Place at Regionals for their Presentation of Action Plan / Skit!   We just found out that ALL FIVE TEAMS will advance to the State Competition in St. Cloud on March 24th! The topic for the State Competition will be Cloud Storage.
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Family Fun Night

February 20, 2018
Join us THIS Friday, February 23 for Family Fun Night from 5:30-8:30 pm. 
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Trimester 1 Honor Roll

February 14, 2018
Roseville Area High School announces A Honor Roll and B Honor Roll students for Trimester 1. 
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Black History Month Performance & Dinner

February 12, 2018
Students presented the annual Black History Month Project on Friday, Feb. 16.  The event was followed by a Soul Food Dinner Fundraiser in the cafeteria.  Click 'Read More' to learn about the students approach to this production. 
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