Education

If only parents could log frequent flyer miles when navigating “airplane” spoons loaded with healthy food toward wary children. Every parent, whether they want to admit it or not, has done the mealtime drill, regardless of the transit system they choose.

For the past 10 years, the Edina Chamber of Commerce has recognized exceptional educators with an annual Teacher of the Year award.

High school students everywhere are gearing up to take the ACT. Breakaway Test Prep and the peer tutors at Genesis Test Prep provide some pointers on how to best prepare.

Sarah Jarret, a teacher at Edina High School, saw a lack of racially diverse groups at Edina High School, but she had no idea how to bring it up or how to start one.

If reading is not at the top of your child’s list of things to do this summer, check out these exciting area programs and incentives, and their tune may change. The Edina Library will continue its annual Read Write Draw program this summer.

For more than 10 years, Edina High School seniors have been able to job shadow for prominent companies in the community during Senior May Term.

Last November, Edina High School junior Mollie Mertes received a $1,000 Camp Enterprise Scholarship.

Most people identify the Emmy Awards as an annual red-carpet event featuring their television favorites. Edina residents can take pride in an Emmy Award of their own, one recently presented to the city by the Upper Midwest Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.

Edina is for book lovers. In a town of serious readers and dedicated book club members, February in Edina is a time to celebrate literary love.

For Black History Month, Edina Library will work to help students with school assignments on African-Americans in history. But this month is also a good occasion for people of all ages to read and reflect on people and movements that have shaped the black experience.

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