by MNOHS Executive Director Elissa Raffa I've sat on many education committees and have listened as online educators describe our work.  Very often, we reveal the limits of our imaginations.  We say that online learning leaves behind the factory...


This week’s blogger is MNOHS language arts teacher Lori Breidenbach. Lori teaches grades 9-12 at MNOHS and is also the adviser for our All Booked Up book club and our TAG Team (talented and gifted). Many generations in Lori’s family have been...


The MNOHS Blog has been on hiatus for a few weeks, but we are back to report on many interesting events that were keeping us occupied.  In particular, we’ve been connecting with our colleagues from around Minnesota to share some of the ways that...


Here is a call to action on autism from MNOHS math teacher, board member, and family coordinator Kim Breeden. High school has its own set of unwritten rules: how to dress, where to sit, who to talk to.  This world can be challenging for even the...


This quarter at MNOHS, we have launched “My MNOHS,” a new photo project for students, faculty, and staff. Each week will have a theme. Students and staff are encouraged to take photos to express what attending and working at MNOHS means to each of...


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