Communications and Public Outreach Specialist Big Lake School District)


Middle School Student John Haynes preparing a large hexagon that will be painted with the letter "R" on it to spell out "PRIDE". (Submitted photos.)

Students and artist team up to create mural

Thanks to a grant provided by the Central Minnesota Arts Board, Big Lake Middle School students have been busy working with a St.

LEEA Award: Back Row (L-R): Tim Schochenmaier, Bob Dockendorf, Mark Canton, Rob Cavanna, Caryl Gordy, Crystal Thorson, Teresa Smock-Potter. Front Row: Nate Hamrin, Anita Stangler, Stacie Boeckman, April Bischoff. Support Staff: Back Row (L-R): Mark Canton, Jon Miller, Jack Ranallo. Front Row: Diana Quinn, Brenda Hill, Rob Cavanna, Kim Peterson, Bill Miller. (Submitted photos.)

BL teachers and support staff honored at two awards ceremonies

Four Big Lake Schools teachers were recognized as exceptional educational leaders at the 22nd Annual Leaders in Educational Excellence Awards (LEEA) ceremony a

A RECENT VISIT BY SEN. KIFFMEYER to Big Lake Schools. Pictured is Sen. Kiffmeyer (R) and Food Coordinator Mary Klesk. (Submitted photo.)

Sen. Kiffmeyer visits Big Lake Schools to talk food

A bill likely to be re-introduced to legislature in February that would expand the free lunch program by more than 61,500 Minnesota students was the topic of c

Liberty’s fourth graders, along with several teachers, learned from 4th grade teacher Karen Nelsen what items get put into a birthday bag. (Submitted picture.)

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DAUNTE BATES is ready to enjoy his lunch.

MONTICELLO PUBLIC WORKS Mike Rogers catching the cockatoo which flew into a window of their building. (Submitted photos).

2014-2015 SHERBURNE COUNTY FAIR Junior Royalty are Duke Mike Edlund, Duchess Sophia Gerou, King Justice Haom, Queen Peyton Provost, Prince Tyson Newman and Princess Lilian Lies with the past royalty. (Submitted photo courtesy of Always Platinum Photography).

SMOKEY THE BEAR posed for a picture with Mia and Yazmine Garcia at the Big Lake Public Library. Smokey teaches everyone to prevent wildfires. (Photo by Jennifer Edwards).

Cooper Adcock and Natalie Johnson volunteered to be in charge of selling snacks to weary shoppers at the Sale of Stuff.