HOWARD LAKE, WAVERLY, WINSTED, MN – Several topics are on the agenda for the Monday, Jan. 25 Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted School Board work session, which starts at 6 p.m. in the high school media center.
Discussion about a bell curve honor roll, vending machine revenue, newspapers in the commons, block scheduling, and “what students should know by age 15 and 18″ are a few of the topics listed.
Look for coverage in the Monday, Feb. 1 edition of the Herald Journal. Click here to subscribe online or in print.
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HOWARD LAKE, MN – Click here for photos of the newly renovated Meeker and Wright Special Education Cooperative (MAWSECO) facility in Howard Lake.
The open house coincided with the 40th anniversary of MAWSECO. Visitors enjoyed touring the Trek, Step, and Journeys programs, as well as the remodeled Humphrey Hall and HLWW alternative learning program site.
The MAWSECO facility is located at 720 9th Ave., and can be reached at (320) 543-1122.
Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted boys’ basketball guard Cole Gagnon hit the 1,000 point mark against Dassel-Cokato Saturday night.
For more, pick up the Jan. 25 edition of The Herald Journal.
Howard Lake-Waverly-Winsted announced its 2016 Hall of Fame class. Five people — David Gutzke, Curt Levang, Nancy Main, Neil Sideen, and Jerome Schmitz — were all inducted into the Laker Hall of Fame. For more, pick up the Jan. 25 edition of The Herald Journal.