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High level of integrity and ethical action; Works for the good of community; Empathetic, compassionate, and open-minded; Accepts responsibility for self
Effective listener, speaker and writer; Strong social and interpersonal skills; Works as a leader and contributor in academic and social settings
Possesses a diverse and informed world perspective; Effectively communicates in at least two world languages; Embraces individual and cultural diversity, and seeks multicultural interactions
Proficient in multiple literacies; Thinks and produces creatively; Applies original solutions to problems or challenges; Analyzes and evaluates information sources
Understands needs as a learner; Persists when faced with adversity; Sets personal learning goals; Values continuous learning and seeks opportunities for growth
Maintains a healthy, balanced lifestyle through informed decisions; Adapts to new and challenging situations; Commits to physical, social, and emotional well-being
Edina Public Schools is pleased to announce the hiring of Sonya Sailer as Director of Human Resources (HR). Sailer is currently HR director at Waconia Public Schools, a position she has held for nearly 14 years.
The Legislative Action Committee (LAC) of the Edina School Board will host a virtual presentation of its 2022 Legislative Platform for Edina Public Schools on Monday, Jan. 24, 1-2 p.m. State legislators representing the Edina Schools community will also update the community on their legislative priorities and plans for education in Minnesota
Edina band students in grades 7-9 participated in the district’s annual SoloFest event on Jan. 8. Band students select and prepare a piece of solo music geared toward their individual playing abilities and perform before one of 10 judges. Following their performance, each student received a one-on-one coaching session from an expert in the field, as well as written comments.
The Edina High School DECA chapter will send 55 team members to the state conference following qualifying competition on Jan. 9. Students competed as teams and individuals in a wide variety of business-related categories. The state DECA Conference will be March 6-8.