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  • DECA students bring home national trophies

    Edina High School (EHS) students brought home three national trophies from the DECA International Career Development Conference, including a first-ever first place trophy. Eighteen EHS students competed April 25-29 in Orlando along with more than 10,000 high school DECA students in events in areas of entrepreneurship, management, marketing, finance, and business.

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  • District bus driver makes Family Feud appearance tonight

    The families on Barb Aslesen’s bus routes will probably not be surprised to learn that she will soon be a TV star. Aslesen, along with two sons, her daughter and daughter-in-law will appear tonight and tomorrow night (April 30 and May 1) on the Family Feud game show. It’s not easy to earn a spot as a game show contestant, but with Aslesen’s sense of humor and hearty laugh, and the combined antics of her children, they were a shoe-in.

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  • EPS students honored for community service

    Four Edina Public Schools (EPS) students have been recognized by the City of Edina for their community service. Sophomore Jessica Mixon, and juniors Yochana Kancherla and Pheretha Quevi-Attakpla were presented the Mayor’s Youth Commendation Award for their dedication to the Edina Saturday School Program (ESSP). Cole Wiley, a ninth grader at South View Middle School received the EPS Volunteer of the Year award for his work with the Concord KIDS Club.

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On Tuesday, May 5, 2015, residents of Edina Public Schools will have the opportunity to vote on a one-question bond referendum of $124.9 million in bond funding, payable over 21 years, for the purposes of updating learning spaces and enhancing building security at the district’s 10 schools, while also improving district infrastructure.
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