Monday, June 24, 2019

Education

Triton Senior Gabriela Staub explained her senior project to a panel of teachers and community members. Her project was entitled “Developing Skin Substitutes for Burns.” The project included working with researchers at the Mayo Clinic, writing a paper and giving an oral presentation to the panel.
On the Wednesday before graduation, Triton seniors waited outside classrooms to present their senior projects to groups of Triton teachers and community members. Some were nervous, some were confident and some just wanted to get it over with. The senior project is a requirement for graduation at...
Byron High School Graduate Alexandra Green, along with her fellow graduates gave hugs to those who supported them over the years after graduation Sunday.
The Byron High School Gym was filled with family, friends and community members on Sunday to celebrate the Byron Class of 2019. Tara Dunken, a teacher at Byron who was picked by the class to give a speech during graduation used the time to talk about the different lessons that the class taught her...
The Triton  community came together last week to present 26 flags and stands to the Triton High School. The flags will be placed in all high school classrooms.
Triton High School classrooms will each have an American flag when school resumes next fall thanks to the efforts of several Triton area groups. The 26 flags and stands were presented to Triton High School officials last week. The idea for the flags came from Triton High School Teacher Ali Horejsi...
After almost three decades of being the driver’s education coordinator for Kasson-Mantorville, Bryan Johnson will be passing the keys to Dillon Denter as Denter will now the driver’s education coordinator.
Almost four decades ago, Bryan Johnson began his career as a driver's education teacher for Kasson-Mantorville. Although, he will still be continuing to teach the course this fall, he will be passing off his responsibility of being the drivers education coordinator, to Dillon Denter, who has been...
Rachel Johnson and School Board member Amy Olson, share a hug during the K-M graduation on Sunday.
Four years ago, Kasson-Mantorville High School Principal Trent Langemo, and a freshman class started at the school together. Now four years later, that same class walked across the graduation stage, on Sunday. During the graduation ceremony School Board Chairperson, Kent Harfmann, spoke to the...
When the school buses pull away from Triton Elementary School next month it will mean retirement for long-time district employees Julie Bowman and Cindy Lutterman.
When the buses pull away from Triton Elementary School on the last day of classes next month, it will be a bittersweet day for Julie Bowman and Cindy Lutterman. The two women, who have worked for the school for 36 and 28 years respectively, will be retiring at the end of the year. They both started...
The Triton School Board approved a number of personnel decisions Monday night, several of which indicated a new direction for the administration. Contracts were approved for Mary Morem as elementary school principal and Luke Lutterman as secondary school principal. A contract for Shane VanBeek as...
Last week U.S News and World Report came out with its list of top schools in the nation. Included on that list is Byron High School. Principal Steve Willman said that having the school recognized in that way is a true honor. “It is truly an honor to be recognized for the work our staff and students...
Kasson- Mantorville High School English Teacher and Teaching and Learning Coach Lisa Goihl will begin her new adventure this fall as the assistant principal of Instructional Leadership at River Falls High School in Wisconsin.
Since she began her career in education, Kasson-Mantorville High School English teacher and teaching and learning coach Lisa Goihl has always taken advantage of different opportunities presented to her. That's why this September, she will begin her next chapter in education, as the assistant...
Sitting in his office in the Triton Administration area of the school, Superintendent Brett Joyce reflected on his career as he prepares to retire at the end of the current school year. “I’ve enjoyed my career in education,” he said. “I wouldn’t have done anything else.” Joyce will officially be...

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