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Schools, Local Connections
Gulls players have been visiting schools to encourage the importance of reading to students.
It was a last time for the new Graduates to be together before heading off into the world.
113 Seniors crossed the stage Friday evening to receive their Diplomas as parents, friends, local dignitaries and their teachers watched with pride. Congrats, Vikings!
Two RHS juniors display their project on the Cuban Missile Crisis.
City councilors expressed disappointment in the school department's hiring of a business manager instead of leaning towards shared services.
Elementary school students will pay 25 cents more for lunch, while middle and high school student will be charged 15 cents more next year.
High school students successfully installed four rain gardens on the Rogers campus.
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