Grace Kassebaum

ISS Update

Project returns to Earth after 3 months On April 6, the Minnehaha Academy International Space Station experiment returned to Earth aboard the Space X CRS- 20, splashing down into the Pacific Ocean. The project, which researched the effect of a microgravity environment on the growth of calcium carbonate crystals, will …

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Coronavirus: Karpenko’s Olympic trials delayed

How the Olympics being postponed affects Minnehaha’s Andrew Karpenko Due to growing concerns of COVID-19 the Tokyo Olympics were postponed to July and August of 2021. Subsequently, the U.S. Olympic Team Trials were then postponed, affecting one of Minnehaha’s own, Andrew Karpenko. Karpenko, who qualified for the trials in the …

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Secret lives of teachers

Minnehaha teachers enjoy unique interests, hobbies outside of school When at school, it’s pretty easy to find teachers. They’re most often in their room doing something like lesson planning or grading. But, once their work is done, there are many different places they go to do interesting things. Who knew …

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A Bird-safe Campus

Minnehaha installs special glass to protect birds Among the many new features of the rebuilt North Campus are floor-to-ceiling bird-safe windows. Not only do these windows showcase our building’s beautiful views, they save birds while demonstrating Minnehaha’s effort to take care of our environment.  During the building of the Upper …

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