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Congratulations to Rachael Johnston from Salk Middle School

Rachael Johnston, Salk Middle School grade 8 student, is the winner of the 11th Annual National Magnet School Student Poster Contest for Magnet Schools of America and part of the celebration of National Magnet School Month.  This is a national initiative to highlight and promote magnet schools across the country during the month of February.

Students had the option to express or interpret one of the pillars of magnet schools or all five.  The pillars of magnet schools are: Diversity, Innovative Curriculum and Professional Development, Academic Excellence, High-Quality Instructional Systems, and Family and Community Partnerships.

Leadership Opens Doors to Opportunity at the 2017 Student Leadership Conference

Northwest Suburban Integration School District hosted their 7th annual Student Leadership Conference on Tuesday, April 25, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Hotel in Plymouth.  This annual conference unites a diverse group of high school students from across the NWSISD eight district consortium. 

Well renowned comedian, actor, and radio personality, Shed G, was again, this year’s keynote speaker.  Students had the opportunity to participate in workshops, competitions, and a college and career fair.  Read more by clicking the link above.


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Step-Up Summer Summit
Step-Up Summer Summit registration can be found at this link:
 https://2017stepupsummersummit.eventbrite.com.

For additional information, view the Step-Up Mentorship Program link on the left.


Graduation season begins early for Step-Up Mentorship
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Spring brings endings and new beginnings.  For twenty-four students across the Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD) consortium, graduation happened early this year - thus ending their tenure in the Step-Up Mentorship Program.
 
On May 2, 2017, this group graduating Step-Up students were brought together one last time for lunch at NWSISD along with their mentors and district superintendents.  The program included a video from across the years, testimonials, and comments from Step-Up team leaders, student statements, and a recognition of graduates.  The prevailing theme among the students was how the Step-Up program impacted their lives.

Read more here.