For WCCO-TV’s final Community Spotlight award, we went to Schumann Elementary in Orono.
Each week, we like to say thanks to school organizations that are giving back to the community.
Volunteering makes a team stronger. That’s the message from this week’s Community Spotlight Award winner.
Each week we like to say thanks to school organizations that are giving back to the community. This week: It’s coach Mike Gerads and his Robbinsdale Cooper swim teams.
Each week we like to say thanks to school organizations that are giving back to the community.
This week a freshman at Cooper High School in New Hope is following her mother’s lead to bring a little love from home to children in the hospital.
Our Community Spotlight Award this week goes to the cheerleaders at Park Center High School. They’re getting ready for a big fundraiser on Wednesday.
Anyone who’s been through school knows: The transitions from grade school to middle school then high school can be tough.
At Central High School in Norwood Young America, students take their studies pretty seriously. But in the FFA Chapter, there is more going on than just bookwork — students also learn the importance of volunteering.
This week’s Community Spotlight winner takes us to Edina where an ice skating team is turning heads on and off the ice.
While some high school athletes have dreams of playing in the pros some day, other students just want to have the opportunity to go to college. This week’s Community Spotlight winner is making that dream come true.
It takes time, strength, flexibility and a whole lot of courage to become a good gymnast. The Woodbury gymnastics team knows all about that, and they’ve put in the effort — and not just for themselves.
This week’s Community Spotlight winner is about how the death of a beloved coach, has inspired his student-athletes to give back.
The 35 students that make up Montevideo’s FFA Chapter are pretty identifiable around school. Their creativity spills out on their t-shirts, which are worn under their traditional FFA jackets.
This week’s Community Spotlight takes us to Crystal, where a group of teenagers and young adults have a “tactical” way of giving back.
There is nothing flashy about Chanhassen’s International Club. The 50 students involved in it admit they fly under the radar. But when you give back as much as these students do, it’s hard to stay out of the spotlight.
This week’s Community Spotlight takes us to Mound-Westonka High School, where a group of students has a true business plan for giving back.