On Wednesday, January 4, 2017, Tartan's College-In-The-Schools American Government students attended their Field Day at the University of MN. The topic of debate was the Electoral College and the keynote speaker was MN Secretary of State Steve Simon.
The annual STAARS Banquet was held on Wednesday, May 19, to celebrate the students in the top 10% of their graduating classes.
Over 400 senior citizens gathered for dancing and dining on May 25.
Click on the headline to see highlights of many year end celebrations which took place in the final weeks of school.
Click on the headline to watch highlights of the 2016 Tartan graduation ceremony.
Click on the headline to see highlights of the 2016 graduation ceremony held at Aldrich Arena on Wednesday, June 8, 2016.
Tartan AVID students showed their school spirit on their college signing day. It is a chance to celebrate students for making a commitment to higher education.
Last Saturday the Tartan Boys Lacrosse team packed 13,237 meals for The Food Group and also helped out in the gardens.
North Senior Carter Mogren landed a hole-in-one earlier this week at the White Bear Yacht Club.
The Northern Lights Show Choir finished as 2nd runner up at the Eau Claire Memorial show choir competition last weekend.
Titans Jenifer Engstrom (Jazz) and Jessica Ngoboka (Kick) are All State dancers!!
Congratulations to the Fusion Drumline for capturing first place and representing ISD 622 so well at the Eagan Percussion Festival.
Last Wednesday afternoon screams and cheers filled the gym at Richardson Elementary. The students were welcoming Koo Koo Kangaroo back for another visit of fun, music and fitness!
Congratulations to Tartan Business Professionals of America members Anh Vo and Ka Siab Yang for being elected as a BPA Region-2 officers for this school year.
ISD 622 has changed the name of the weekly email, formerly called the Learning Zone, to the District 622 e-news. This email is sent out weekly during the school year and bi-weekly during the summer.
This video about a flipped classroom shows how North High’s Adam Carlson and Mike Haldorson capitalized on Google's ability to create collaborative environments and changed how they engage their students in learning about biology.
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