Wayzata High School Opts Out Of Federal Lunch Program Any parent will tell you that trying to get kids to eat healthier is tricky business, particularly for teenagers.
9 Minnesota Schools Make Newsweek Magazine's Top 500Newsweek Magazine published its list Monday of America's top schools for 2014, and nine Minnesota schools made the list of 500. Newsweek bases its school rankings on the institutions that do the best job of preparing their students for college.
Father Mourns Teen Son Who Drowned In Plymouth PoolA father is mourning the loss of his son after frantically trying to save him from drowning. Seventeen-year-old Benedict Richardson died Friday night. His father, Emmette Richardson, tells WCCO Benedict was swimming with his sister in the indoor pool at their apartment complex.
Wayzata To Vote On School District UpgradesVoters in Wayzata, Minn. are going to the polls Tuesday to deciding if they should expand the high school, build an elementary school and upgrade safety, security and technology districtwide. The district believes a bigger high school is needed because so many people have moved to the Wayzata area.
Blindness Isn’t Stopping This 15-Year-old H.S. Senior’s Quest For Knowledge When the Wayzata Science Bowl team practices, they mean business. They just won the state championship, and they are now getting ready for nationals in Washington, D.C.
Good Question: Why Do We Spend So Much On Prom? It’s more money than most adults would spend on themselves for one night, but parents are spending an average of $1,139 per family on prom in 2013, according to a new survey from Visa.
After 41 Years, Wayzata Math Teacher RetiringFor math league, Wayzata is unbeaten and is No.1 in the state. Coach Thomas Kilkelly wants to keep it that way.
Girls Soccer Academy Churns Out High-Quality PlayersAn elite soccer program in Minnesota is sending 26 girls to play at Division I, II and III programs across the country.