Employees and Departments

WCCO honors Humboldt High School librarian
WCCO-TV awarded its Making a Difference to , Marilyn Mauritz, a librarian at Humboldt High School. She was honored for passing her passion for books on to her students.

Click here to see the news coverage.

Johnson School Resource Officer wins award
Vern Simmons, a St. Paul police officer and the school resource officer at Johnson High School was named Outstanding Juvenile Officer of 2010 for Minnesota by the Minnesota Juvenile Officers Association.

"Over the years, he has built a rapport with the students that far exceeds what an SRO (school resource officer) is expected to accomplish," St. Paul police Sgt. Rob Stanway wrote to the Association. Click here to read news coverage in the Pioneer Press.

Students and Schools

Eighth grader wins award from the Science Museum of Minnesota
Rainey Rock,an eighth grader at Battle Creek Jr. High, won a Minnesota Science Museum's Good Job Award  on Saturday, Jan. 29, 201.  The project, called Ketchup vs. Detergents: The Fight Begins, looked at which detergent removes ketchup stains better than any of the others. Click here to see the award announcement.

Mississippi Creative Arts Magnet supports student receiving chemotherapy
More than 530 students are making origami cranes for a fellow 5th grade student receiving chemotherapy for recurring leukemia. Students have shown an outpouring of care and empathy as they teach one another how to make the cranes. The 1000 cranes will be delivered to the student's hospital room in time for Valentine's Day.


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