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Students recognized for research at TCRSF

Junior Maya Choi presenting her project at her poster.
March 3, 2020
On Feb. 28, 12 students competed at the Twin Cities Regional Science Fair, winning a variety of awards.

Jeopardy teaches audience $1 or $4 about SPA teachers

The judges, senior Sydney Therien and junior Gavin Kimmel and contestants, Ninth grader Tenzin Bawa, sophomore Ellie Dawson-Moore, junior Noel Abraham, and senior Henrik Schleisman laugh hysterically at an answer to one of the jeopardy questions.
February 6, 2020
It was a tight battle between Noel Abraham and Henrick Schliesman, but ultimately the senior won.

[GOOD FOR YOU] Have you been following through with your NYR?

January 23, 2020
On this week's GOOD FOR YOU, Lynn asked students about their New Year's resolutions.

Clubs, groups welcome 9th graders at fair

September 9, 2019
Overview of the 2019-2020 Clubs Fair. Viewing the highlights, talking to club leaders, and interviewing the 9th graders.

Class leadership councils offer unique skills

Sophomore class leadership council, advised by Ned Heckman, meets to discuss their agenda coming back from winter break.
December 14, 2018
Class leadership councils begin after ninth grade and offer students the opportunity to foster grade community as well as gain memorable leadership experience.

An educator’s dream: students defeat teachers at quiz bowl tournament

The first ever teachers vs. students quiz bowl tournament took place on Apr. 12 in the Huss Center.
April 12, 2018
The students vs. teachers quiz bowl took place on Apr. 12 on the Huss Center stage.

Spartan on the Street: Ep. 5

April 5, 2018
If you could eat one food for the rest of your life, what would it be?

Graphing competition results in win for Hovan

Physics 9 students try to match their movements to a graph.
November 22, 2017
Physics 9 students participated in the Graph Matching Competition on Nov. 20.
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