|School holds Color Day|
Northland Pines-St. Germain Elementary celebrated third quarter Color Day recently, recognizing students who are good citizens, healthy students, accomplished and avid readers.
Five-year-old kindergartener, Nastadia Durski, was presented to the assembly as the third-place state-level fire poster winner. St. Germain has regularly had students in winning categories of the annual contest, but this is a high placed award.
Tyler Olson was elected by his classmates to receive the fourth-grade citizenship award. Peer election by secret ballot increases the honor of receiving the award.First-grader Gage Testini was recognized
|Tuesday, April 02, 2013 2:58 PM|