Robbinsdale Area Schools’ Adult Academic Program celebrated its commencement exercises on Tuesday, June 6, at FAIR School Crystal. Janice Williams at FAIR School in Crystal after receiving her diploma from the Adult Academic Program. (Submitted photos)
Armstrong High School will hosts commencement exercises at 6 p.m. Friday, June 9, on the back lawn of Armstrong. The ceremony will be in the school gymnasium in the case of inclement weather. Please note the time of the ceremony, which is a change from past years.
Shelly Boyum-Breen shared how the character Shelly Bean was created from the likeness of her image and stories growing up in Brainerd. As the book series shares, every time Shelly Bean learns a new sport, she add a charm to her crown. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Kristen Miller)
Armstrong High School junior Jacob Maijala raised $1,000 for childhood cancer research to help children like him who are affected by cancer. He is pictured with his mom, Kelly, during his Cancer Sucks campaign, where he sold suckers for $1 at basketball games. (Submitted photo)
Students from Armstrong High School’s Tech Team were busy assisting the seniors April 28 at Calvary Center Cooperative, a 55-plus senior community in Golden Valley. The student team connects tech-savvy students with seniors looking to navigate their technology devices, whether it be a phone, laptop or tablet.
Armstrong High School senior Gabe Hostetler on the scene of his distracted driving video, which is a finalist in Discovery’s TeenDrive365 Video Challenge. He garnered the assistance fo the Plymouth Police and Fire departments. (Submitted photo)
The media center now, after a transformation that included more user-friendly tables, chairs and other seating areas for students to study, collaborate, and socialize. (Sun Sailor staff photo by Kristen Miller)
BEMIDJI—More than 30 high school and college students stood in complete silence near the foundation of Bemidji's former Pamida building Friday, absorbing the fact that they were atop the graves of 22 people."There's a lot of history that's right here," Jim Jones, the Minnesota Indian Affairs...