Edina High School hosted its annual blood drive Oct. 25, when staff and students come together to do good for people they will never know. Those who choose to volunteer will offer up a pint of blood in exchange for donuts and the satisfaction of knowing they have potentially saved up to three lives.
After nearly eleven years at the helm, Ric Dressen announced tonight his intentions to have the 2016-17 school year be his last as superintendent in Edina Public Schools Superintendent.
If you are disheartened by the current political climate, consider the results of classroom civics lessons in Edina Public Schools. Fifth graders at Highlands Elementary planned thoughtful political campaigns based on everything from protecting habitat to cyber security. Creek Valley third graders learned the importance of being informed voters through a hands-on lesson that included crackers and cookies.