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  • Cornelia named 'Seizure Smart School'

    “It’s like a hiccup or a sneeze – people who have seizures can’t help it.” Caroline Olstad brought that and several other messages to staff and students at Cornelia Elementary last week. She is program manager for Seizure Smart Schools, an initiative of the Epilepsy Foundation-Minnesota (EFMN), with a goal of increasing understanding of epilepsy and decreasing the stigma attached to seizures.

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  • Countryside substitute provides unique learning opportunity for students

    When the vest is on, he knows that it’s time to work. Diabetes service dog, Jagger, accompanied his owner to work at Countryside Elementary School this week. Cindy Frerichs’ four-legged companion provided an opportunity to expand students’ knowledge of service animals.

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  • 6th grader has fun acting like someone she's not

    The first inklings of Louisa Darr’s acting talents were revealed when she played the part of a dog. “The first play I was in was in preschool – I played the part of Toto in ‘All I Said Was Bark,’” Louisa said. “I was a sassy Toto.” Next week, Louisa, a Valley View 6th grader, will play her biggest role to date. She will be Colleen in a production of There’s a Boy in the Girls’ Bathroom at Stages Theatre Company in Hopkins.

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This year's theme, I Am Edina Public Schools, is about all of us working together to create an amazing educational experience for all of the district's learners. Check out this video that kicked off staff workshop week. Also view the new I Am Edina Public Schools blog and tell us how you are Edina Public Schools.