Santa Claus Girls volunteers Judy Kamrowski, left, and Janell Martin, pack bags of toys for needy children in the area Thursday in the Grand Forks Herald Community Room.
Grand Forks Herald, 12/12/2013
The Grand Forks School Board approved Monday a draft of Superintendent Larry Nybladh’s evaluation.
Grand Forks Herald, 12/10/2013
The Grand Forks School Board spared a student art program from the chopping block Monday after approving about $1.02 million worth of cuts affecting everything from staff training to holiday parties.
Grand Forks Herald, 12/09/2013
Some Grand Forks district teachers had harsh remarks about administrative pay increases in a recent anonymous survey asking employees to suggest ways to eliminate the district’s budget deficit.
Grand Forks Herald, 12/07/2013
With about $9,000 collected so far, one of Grand Forks’ oldest charities hasn’t reached its goal for the year and welcomes public donations. Santa Claus Girls, which was founded by Herald employees 97 years ago, provides toys for needy children that are paid for by donations.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/28/2013
Grand Forks School Board members discussed ways to improve the school district’s public communications during the equivalent of a midterm exam of Superintendent Larry Nybladh on Tuesday.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/26/2013
The Grand Forks School District soon will find out whether it will get less federal money for the education of Air Force base children than it was counting on for this year.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/25/2013
Debbie Storrs is the new dean UND’s College of Arts and Sciences. This fall, 3,013 students enrolled in the college, which encompasses social sciences, arts and the natural sciences, and is the university’s largest college.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/23/2013
With student enrollment at an all-time high, North Dakota’s largest business school is considering building a new facility. Total student enrollment this fall at UND’s College of Business and Public Administration is 2,007, nearly double what J. Gamble Hall was designed to hold when it was built in 1968, said Laura Dvorak, spokeswoman for the business college.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/22/2013
For several years now, students at Midway (N.D.) Public School have been learning about science through a variety of experiments that keeps them guessing and engaged, said third-grade teacher Jen Thompson.
Grand Forks Herald, 11/20/2013