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Edina Superintendent Ric Dressen The Edina school board this week took a preliminary step toward approving a pre-Labor Day start date for the 2015-2016 school year. The school board approved the framework of a plan that will ultimately shape the calendar for the next school year. That framework includes a pre-Labor Day start per an administrative recommendation. Now, that proposal will go to a committee for its consideration before coming back to the school board for final approval, expected sometime in November or December. In the meantime, the district will be surveying students, staff and parents about what they'd like to see included in the 2015-2016 calendar. Typically, the board would ultimately approve a two-year school calendar. This year, however, the board will approve a one-year calendar. “We are in the midst of several key studies and initiatives that may influence what the learning year calendar should look like for 2016-17 and beyond,” said Superintendent Ric … [Read more...] about Edina public schools eyeing another pre-Labor Day start in 2015
Five Minnesota school districts were given one-year approval to operate four-day school weeks, the Minnesota Department of Education said this week. The decisions come as state legislators consider eliminating the requirement that the so-called flexible learning year programs be approved by the education commissioner. Recently-approved legislation in both the Senate and House would give school boards the authority to set alternative school calendars. "Because of the uncertainty of the outcome of proposed legislation related to flexible learning year programs currently at the Minnesota Legislature, I have approved the request for the 2015-16 school year only," Education Commissioner Brenda Cassellius wrote to one of the school districts. The five school districts are: Blackduck, Lake Superior, MACCRAY, Ogilvie, and Pelican Rapids. Officials from these rural school districts have lobbied to keep their four-day school weeks, despite objections by state … [Read more...] about Four-day school weeks approved for five Minnesota districts
Jason Guerrasio, provided by Published 6:26 am, Tuesday, February 20, 2018 Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures There's a reason why "Black Panther" was released in February and not the usual blockbuster-heavy summer or holiday seasons. It's an initiative by the movie industry to spread out its big titles throughout the year. National Association of Theatre Owners president and CEO John Fithian hopes this will start a trend of more blockbusters being released earlier in the year. Black Panther” is even more impressive because of the time of year it was released. Recommended Video: Now Playing: A black themed carpet was laid out for the star at the European premiere of "Black Panther" in London. The big budget film from Walt Disney Pictures and Marvel Studios has an almost entirely black cast led by Chadwick Boseman as the superhero "Black Panther" - the first time a Marvel film has been led by a person of colour. "It's not as, culturally like significant … [Read more...] about The February box-office success of ‘Black Panther’ is a rarity for the movie business — but industry insiders say that’s about to change
The 2018 calendar for live music in Indianapolis is far from complete, but big-name acts populate a schedule that stretches into September.The Eagles, Pink and Harry Styles will sing their hits at Bankers Life Fieldhouse. Rock fans will congregate at Klipsch Music Center to catch the Foo Fighters. And Tayor Swift will play Lucas Oil Stadium for the first time.Check out our roster of 40 buzzworthy concerts in the new year: 1. Jason Isbell and the 400 UnitWhen: 8 p.m. Jan. 27. Where: Murat Theatre in Old National Centre. Tickets: Sold out. Info: Visit LiveNation.com.Isbell is in the running for two Grammy Awards (best Americana album and best American roots song) when trophies are distributed on Jan. 28. 2. Walk the MoonWhen: 7:30 p.m. Jan. 27. Where: Egyptian Room in Old National Centre. Tickets: Sold out. Info: Visit LiveNation.com.Known for smash hit "Shut Up and Dance," Cincinnati band Walk the Moon is on tour to promote 2017 album "What If Nothing." 3. PoppyWhen: 8 p.m. … [Read more...] about Indianapolis concerts: 52 buzzworthy shows for 2018