This week’s post is from MNOHS math teacher Kim Breeden. Kim also served on our school board for six years, and wears many part-time administrative hats at MNOHS. For many, homecoming king and queen are classic symbols of high school. I,...
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“My MNOHS” is an ongoing photo project for students, faculty, and staff. Students and staff are encouraged to take photos to express what attending and working at MNOHS means to each of us.  Play the video to see all eight themes.   We started...


In his book Here Comes Everybody: The Power of Organizing without Organizations, U.S. author and NYU professor Clay Shirky wrote, “The Internet runs on love.” He was talking about the power of very many Internet users volunteering their time—for...


by MNOHS Executive Director Elissa Raffa I've served on many education committees and have felt dismayed by how educators and policy makers describe online learning.  Very often, they reveal the limits of their imaginations.  We're told that...


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...


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