The TeamMates mentoring program has shifted to a virtual approach with promising results.
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As students head back to class, the largest project in the history of the Sioux Falls School District is on track to welcome them next year.
With multiple mask options, a face shield, a voice amplifier and a classroom full of barriers, this first-grade teacher is ready for a year unlike any other.
From education to tourism, industries statewide are scrambling to find workers they typically would have brought in from outside the country.
Kitchen tables and spare bedrooms have become new classrooms. But what’s happening inside them between parents and teachers will leave lifelong impressions.
What started as a grass-roots effort by Josiah’s Coffeehouse owner Steve Hildebrand has led to a $1 million donation from David H. Billion and his wife, Christine, aimed at educating students in the poorest schools in Sioux Falls.
Winter might be in the air, but that isn’t slowing construction progress at the new Jefferson High School. Here’s why.
“It’s been 30 years since we built a high school, so we wanted the best product put together for the community.” Here’s the inside story of Jefferson High School: Where it has been, where it’s going and what it’s built upon.
From computer science immersion to critical thinking skills, here’s how the leader of the Sioux Falls School District is preparing today’s students for tomorrow’s careers.