District 192
Four vying for three spots The Farmington School Board candidates spoke of why they’re running for office during a forum on Oct. 8 at Farmington City Hall. The School Board race features three incumbents and one challenger vying for three four-year terms. Incumbents running for re-election include...Read More
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Metrodome’s loss is Tiger Stadium’s gain The Youth in Music marching band state championships are coming to Farmington this Saturday as the competition’s previous site of many years was turned to rubble. Youth in Music was held at the Metrodome site in Minneapolis during the contest’s 10-yea...Read More
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Gateway Academy set open in Farmington by Jennifer Chick Sun Thisweek Dakota County Tribune   Gateway Academy is excited to open its doors to 78 students in just a few weeks. As the newest school in Farmington, Gateway Academy has seen a flurry of activity this summer as Farmington Area Public ...Read More
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Kathryn Almquist in exclusive company Life is filled with many tests. It’s easy to be overwhelmed. Kathryn Almquist, a senior at Farmington High School this fall, says the key is to relax. She should know. Almquist earned the top composite score of 36 on the ACT test earlier this year. In the 2013...Read More
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Members review their first year serving Farmington Schools by Jennifer Chick Sun Thisweek Dakota County Tribune As two Farmington High School students wrap up their first year on the Farmington School Board, they look back at the past year with new understanding and appreciation. Andrew Lupkowski, 1...Read More
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Principal Jason Berg aims to help teachers realize their vision by Jennifer Chick Sun Thisweek Dakota County Tribune As Jason Berg begins his new position as principal for Farmington High School, he will be bringing his career full circle. Berg began his teaching career in Farmington in the fall of ...Read More
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