For Edina High School’s sophomores, a yearlong research project culminated in a presentation for peers, teachers, parents and community members on April 28 at the Passion Project Fair. Pre-AP 10 language arts students created Passion Projects, which required them to write a research paper and complete a service-learning component.
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.
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.