• Students will be allowed to change their schedule no later than the first four days of each semester.

    Schedule changes should fit the following requirements:

    1. Computer error.
    2. Improper placement as determined by counselor, teacher, assistant principal, or principal.
    3. Medical or physical restrictions.
    4. A failed or missing prerequisite.

    I will not review schedule change request via email or phone.
    Use this link to request a schedule change : 


    Here is information about new courses :

    The semester-long course first period, prepares a student to work as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) in the healthcare setting. Students learn basic principles and skills necessary to provide patient care as a CNA in a healthcare setting to meet the residents' physical, psychosocial, mental, spiritual, and cultural needs. Students will also learn State and Federal laws, including applicable policies and procedures governing the practice of a Certified Nursing Assistant in a healthcare setting. In addition to classroom work, the course includes 15 hours of clinical experience at Pelican Valley Senior Living. Satisfactory completion of the course allows the student to take a competency written and skill exam to become certified in the State of Minnesota. The course is intended for those students interested in a health career or nursing assistant work.
    Course Requirements :

    • Available to students in grades 10-12 (priority given to upperclassmen)
    • Students must be at least 16 years old by the end of the semester to take competency written and skill exam (Semester 2:May 25)
    • Exam is pass/fail, must pass both to earn certification
    • Students should have excellent attendance

    Partnership with Pelican Valley Senior Living

    Child Development: Intro to Early Childhood Please note: This class is full for the Semester 2 session.
    Online Class for College Credit

    January 30th – March 13th (Semester 2). Students need a 2.5 GPA or higher.
    In this class, students will explore careers in Early Childhood Education, develop professional skills, learn more about NAEYC, the Professional Early Childhood Educator Training System, and begin talking about Developmentally Appropriate Guidance.

    After students complete the course,  they will be offered ongoing low to no-cost courses through the T.E.A.C.H. Minnesota Scholarships. Students can complete a total of 9 credits through the “Assistant Teacher Pathway” and include Intro to Early Childhood, Health, Safety, and Nutrition, and Positive Child Guidance.

    This is a great starting block for students interested in working with young children and further exploring career options and degree options in early childhood education. Mrs. Lage will help you apply for this free course with Pine Technical & Community College (part of Minnesota State College and University system).