Lake Minnetonka Senior Spotlight 2022: Strong Student Leaders. Students understood the assignment: Be a positive impact on their school and community.
After 12 years practicing as a mental health clinician specializing in children, Christina Kress says she noticed a lot of parents were bringing their children to Minnetonka Counseling with the same dilemma: Their children didn’t know how to process their anger.
A Night Divided by Jennifer A. Nielsen is one of those novels that is an excellent read for students in upper elementary school and above, as well as adults. It skillfully brings history alive and makes it relatable to readers of any age.
In January 2021, the Minnetonka School Board approved the purchase of the Shorewood Professional Building, once home to a Park Nicollet clinic.
“Six months later, we started,” says Christine Breen, executive director of special education for Minnetonka Schools.
The nominations are in, and soon the recipients of the 2022 Caring Youth Awards will be announced by the Hopkins and Lake Minnetonka school districts.
Planning for college can be an exciting time for families. But, like many other situations, the pandemic has changed the way students find their perfect university.
Wayzata High School student Vincent Cao began volunteering with his mom when he was young, and now he works with Club Y.E.S. and Second Harvest Heartland.
Minnetonka High School student Anna Wander likes to travel—and she’s gone all over the world with her globetrotting family.
Jai Chadha is a rising senior at Minnetonka High School—and he’s already organized a TED talk.
The rising senior is involved in several sports, audition choir, a capella jazz group, Math League and more.