Denfeld Shoreliners dance team is advancing to the MSHSL state tournament after placing at sections. Denfeld will travel to the Twin Cities for the state meet February 12. Best wishes for a successful competition!
INVITATION: Denfeld FIRST Robotics Open House February 22
You are invited to the Denfeld Nation Automation (DNA) FIRST Robotics Team 4009 Robot Reveal Open House on Monday, February 22, 2016 from 5:00PM‐7:00PM in the Denfeld Commons, 401 N. 44 Ave West. This will be the first time our robot is presented to the public. Refreshments and tours of the robotics room will be provided.
Our Schools. Our Community. Our Future.
Duluth citizens help create schools that welcome children, inspire them and educate them for the future through annual Think Kids conversations February 24 – March 17.
2016 Discussion includes:
Take Part in a Think Kids Community Meeting - If you can’t make your neighborhood meeting, attend at another location.
Acclaimed Master Drummer Works with Duluth Students
A big thank you to Mr. Bangoura for sharing his unique knowledge of drum and dance with students at Denfeld and Duluth East High Schools, Lincoln Park Middle School, Lowell and Myers-Wilkins Elementaries.
Anthony Dollens, Jaydee Johnson, Clayton Gruetzmacher, Charlene Davey, and Tianna Raisanen, ISD 709 Area Learning Center, have their artwork on display at the University of Wisconsin, Superior for the month of February as part of the Twin Ports K-12 Youth Art Exhibit. Over 100 artworks will be on display showing a variety of talents in drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics and mixed media. Congratulations to these talented students!
2016 Kindergarten Roundup March 16 – April 1
Kindergarten Roundup is a time to visit school, meet the teachers and principal, and register your child for the September 2016 school year. Click here for a complete list of dates, times and more information.
Fun With Physics
Duluth East teacher Ted Ford goes the extra mile to make physics lab work fun and engaging for students. Physics courses at Denfeld and Duluth East High Schools include lessons in velocity, momentum, energy, acceleration, light, electricity, force, waves, magnetism, Newton’s laws of motion and gravitation.
Miigwech! 2016 Steps to the Future Powwow
Many thanks to the Myers-Wilkins Collaborative and the area organizations and community members that work together to create the annual Steps to the Future Powwow.
The Powwow offers Myers-Wilkins children and their families an opportunity to
Miigwech to Steps to the Future planners Jennifer Eddy, Laura Alaspa, Betty Bellanger, Brittney Johnson, Edye Howes, Stephanie Heileg, and especially to head staff Les Gibbs, Virgil Sohn, Frank Goodwin and Drum group members John Morrow, Jeremy Wilson, Joe Bruce, and Landon Manitowabi.
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