Interim Supt. Rochelle Cox looks ahead to 2022-23 school year

Rochelle Cox took over as Interim Superintendent at Minneapolis Public Schools on July 1, and she is already hitting the ground running. She talks with Manny Hill about her previous work at MPS, shares her excitement about this opportunity, and what she has planned for the district for the 2022-23 school year. More Posts for...
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Elissa Cedarleaf Dahl is a Visual Arts, Mural Arts and Arts Integration teacher at Justice Page Middle School in Minneapolis, and she recently received a Fulbright Distinguished in Teaching Research Program award to carry out educational research in Colombia. Manny Hill spoke with Elissa about the kind of research she will be doing, and what...
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For the first time, Minneapolis Public Schools is formally recognizing Juneteenth, which is of course this Sunday June 19. Juneteenth will be observed by MPS on Monday the 20th, and our Manny Hill got a chance to talk with Derek Francis, Manager of Counseling Services at MPS, about how big this is for the district,...
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Manny Hill talks with Jason Bucklin, Coordinator with the Out4Good Program at Minneapolis Public Schools about what the program has done for the LGBTQ students, staff and families of MPS. Also, with June being Pride Month, what events are on the horizon with the program? More Posts for Shows: School News, The Morning Show
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Manny Hill talks with North Community High School Principal Mauri Friestleben on the rising graduation rates at North High, and the relentless work that the teachers and students have put in while enduring the pandemic and tragedy in the community. More Posts for Shows: School News, The Morning Show
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Manny Hill talks with MPS Superintendent Ed Graff for the last time on Jazz88. The Superintendent congratulates the class of 2022, speaks on upcoming summer programs at MPS, and the transition to new leadership for the district. More Posts for Show: School News
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Manny Hill talks with Ben Rengstorf, a Culinary Arts Teacher at Roosevelt High School in south Minneapolis, about Roosevelt Culinary Arts, a program now in its third year. Rengstorf shares how the program started, how he became a Culinary Arts teacher, and takes us through a typical week in class. More Posts for Show: The...
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Manny Hill talks with North Community High School Principal Mauri Friestleben about Pillsbury United’s $1 million fundraising for the North class of 2022. As each graduating senior will receive $10,000 in scholarship funding, Friestleben shares more on the impact this has had on the students of North High.
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Manny Hill talks with Jennifer Bordon, Coordinator of Active Living for Minneapolis Public Schools, about what MPS has in store for the upcoming National Bike To School Day on May 4. Jennifer shares information on a 5 mile bike ride that starts on Plymouth Avenue in Minneapolis that’s open to MPS Staff, students and the...
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Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff talks with Manny Hill about the return to school for MPS students after the end of the Teacher’s strike and Spring Break, his role in the transition to new leadership in the district as he prepares for his departure in June, and the upcoming name changes of two schools...
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