Math and Reading Corps Tutors Needed for 2015-2016 School Year!

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Minnesota Math and Reading Corps Tutors Wanted for Northeast Range!

 Position title: Literacy Tutor and Math Tutor – Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps

Would you love to help children grow their reading or math skills, succeed in school and get extra support? If your answer is yes, you can be trained to serve as a tutor with Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps at Northeast Range. Whether you want to explore an educational career, reenter the workforce, or give back to your community, you can succeed as a tutor. Last year, Minnesota Reading Corps and Minnesota Math Corps provided direct services to over 35,000 children in more than 700 schools across the state.

As a Literacy Tutor, you’ll use strategies that help students believe in themselves and succeed. Positions available include: Preschool, Kindergarten Focus, and Elementary (K-3) Literacy Tutors. As a Math Tutor, you’ll help struggling 4th-8th grade students prepare for Algebra.   We offer part time and full time options, and tutors typically serve most of their hours during the regular school day.

In addition to extensive training, tutors will receive on-site support from specially trained school mentors. Tutors come from many backgrounds and include recent high school and college grads, career changers, stay-at-home parents, and retirees. Tutors may earn a living allowance, educational award, federal student loan forbearance, and other benefits, and have the chance to make a real difference in the life of a child.

 To apply or learn more about the research based programs, position qualifications, and benefits, visit MinnesotaReadingCorps.org or MinnesotaMathCorps.org (do not apply via the district website). Questions? Contact recruitment@servemnaction.org or 866-859-2825.

 

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Information regarding April 28 ACT Testing Day for high school juniors

The ACT, a college entrance test, is Minnesota’s new requirement for high school graduation. Beginning this year, all juniors are required to participate in the ACT Plus writing. The ACT Plus Writing has five components: English, mathematics, reading, science and writing. In accordance with this state law, all current high school juniors in District 2142 will participate in the ACT Plus Writing in school on Tuesday, April 28, 2015.

Information for all students in Grade 11: Required ACT Plus Writing on April 28

Attendance: It is very important for high school juniors to be in attendance on Tuesday, April 28, for the statewide ACT Plus Writing testing day. Please mark your calendar and avoid scheduling appointments for your student on this date.

Schedule & Transportation: School start times will remain the same. It is absolutely necessary for student to arrive by 8:30 that day. Students will test until approximately 1:45 p.m. with one 15-minute break, per ACT guidelines. If a student arrived to school late they will be required to take the test on the May make-up date.

Meals: The school cafeteria will be serving a snack for all students at break time. Students may also choose to bring a snack of their own. Lunch will be provided for all students by the school district after testing.

Prohibited Behavior: The students will not be allowed to bring any items into the testing room with the exception of a #2 pencil and an approved calculator. Cell phones are not permitted. Students may not have any reading materials during the test. No snacks or water is allowed in the room with students. For a list of prohibited behavior please go to: http://www.actstudent.org/testprep/taking/prohibited.html.

Test Results: Students who participate in the ACT Plus Writing may view their scores online three to eight weeks after the test date if they create a free ACT student web account. Students may create an ACT web account at www.actstudent.org. If students have questions about creating an account, they may contact ACT-WebAccount@act.org. Hard copies of test reports will be distributed to students in Fall 2015.

Questions: If you have any questions regarding plans for ACT testing on April 28, please contact your school’s counselor or principal.

Northeast Range Speech Team Goes to STATE

 Chloe Kaufenberg

Placed Second at the Regional Section Speech Meet on Saturday

Chloe will be going to State Competition on

Friday, April  17 in Lakeville, Minnesota

Congratulations to Lukas Morgan and Troy Bissonette for a great season.
Anyone interested in more information about the Northeast Range Speech Team contact the speech coach Jennifer Kaufenberg (218-827-3101 ext 4205) or check out the Team Webpage

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Jr. High Sailboat Regatta

Congratulations to the top three winners in the Industrial Arts Class Jr. High Sailboat Regatta.

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Pictured from left to right:

2nd: Shelby Nelson
1st: Maude Lenz
3rd: Jolie Reinhardt

Elementary Flex Wednesday Fun

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For several months the elementary teachers have teamed up to create a fun, hands-on learning experience called “Flex Wednesday.” This flex time allows students to focus on all of the strands of mathematics: numbers and operation, algebra, statistics and probability, and data analysis. The students are able to work with different students and teachers that they may not get to work with during the regular school day.

This opportunity allows students to expand their learning and strengthen math knowledge, while allowing students to improve their communication and problem-solving skills as well.

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Pride Night April 10–Family “Sock Hop” Dance!

The spring Northeast Range Pride Night will be held on Friday, April 10th in the cafeteria from 4:00-6:00 pm.

The activity will be a family and community “Sock Hop” dance. Come wearing fun socks and be ready to participate in some fun dance activities!

DOOR PRIZES will be given away and the band boosters will be selling concessions.

It is a FREE fun night for the whole family! 

MCA Testing Time!

MCA Testing Letter

You can help the students succeed! Please read the letter above and make sure the students are well rested and fed so they can perform their best. Information regarding the MCA’s including some online resource links are included.

MCA Testing Begins in April

Please see the links below for a letter from Mrs. Kristi Berlin about MCA Testing, Northeast Range MCA testing dates, and suggestions for families on how to prepare for the tests.

If you have any questions feel free to contact me at 2218-827-3101, or email kengman@isd2142.k12.mn.us.

The PTO will be providing water and snacks for the tests.  Please feel free to send other snacks for your child as well.

Mrs. Engman

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Brendan Donner wins $2500 Chevrolet “Drive for Education” Grant!

Mrs. Poppenhagen encouraged her students to participate in the Chevy Drive for Education contest to win $2,500 for the school. Brendan Donner, a senior at NER, wrote about the need for lights on the Northeast Range football field and was named the winning essay writer! Congratulations Brendan! We are proud to be one of eight schools to receive the grant. We are now in the running to upgrade our grant.

 

 

 

 

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