Tag Archives: Teachers

So how did you meet?

Minnehaha faculty reminisce about how their relationships began Katherine Myers (English): “We were really good friends. We did everything together. Then my best friend Sue told me one day: ‘I think you really like him.’ That night on the phone, I said, ‘Sue says we like each other. What do …

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The success of the block

Minnehaha’s block schedule has affected students and teachers since it was put in action “I had every single class, every single day,” said freshman Anna Zellie. “The homework I got was due the very next day and I feel like I rush it when that happens.” She was talking about …

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Freeman showcases his talent outside of school

Nicholas Freeman was acting in a play, Baby Case, outside of school. The show told the story of the 1932 trial following the kidnapping and murder of Charles Lindbergh’s twenty-month-old baby. Freeman’s main character was the prosecuting attorney, named Wilentz, but he also plays seven other characters. Baby Case was …

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Minnehaha marathons

Students, teachers and alums raise money for African water project In two races run this year, the Oct. 6 Twin Cities Marathon and the Oct. 26 Monster Dash, Minnehaha raised close to $19,000 of their goal of $20,000. Running the Twin Cities Marathon to support World Vision, all 10 runners …

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New French Amity

Minnehaha’s new French amity, Laëtitia Lompech, is thrilled to be in Minnesota for a new adventure and to learn to be a teacher. Lompech is from Clerment-Ferrand, France, where she studied English. Someday she wants to be a English teacher in France. She wanted to live in an English speaking …

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