Winners of the Fair Housing poster contest, in which the theme was “There’s no place like home,” were presented a $5 Dairy Queen gift card at the city council meeting on Dec. 8. Pictured (L to R) are Hanna Stoks, fourth grade; Sara Steele, first grade; and Zoya Van Wyk, sixth grade.
During the Dec. 6 Canby School Board meeting, Canby High School Principal Dr. Slaba presented the Social Emotional Learning (SEL) program and a homework room at the high school to the school board to consider.
The SEL program is intended to build relationships with kids with an advisor/advisee program.
Senior Joseph Anderson was nominated by the music department as the school’s student of the week. He is the son of Maria and Dan Anderson.
Helena Agri-Enterprises is excited to announce they will be awarding a $1,000 Helena HomeGrown Scholarship to an eligible student currently residing in a qualified county. To view qualified counties, visit www.helenahomegrown.com.
The Canby High School quarter one honor rolls should have included these 7th graders: Distinction Honor Roll - Taylor Ourada B Honor Roll - Will Abrahamson - Jace Rangaard - Wesley Verhelst
Canby’s first place winners in the Veterans of Foreign Wars patriotic audio and essay writing competition are moving on to the state competition. Both were named first place in the southwest Minnesota district.
Senior Mackenzie Evjen was nominated by the social studies department as the school’s student of the week. She is the daughter of Michelle Evjen and Cory Asmussen.
“Mackenzie is one of the hardest working students at CHS. She always strives to do her best. She is a role model for other students,” the department said.