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Minneapolis Public Schools
https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20220511104413-TMSLAGTBUFunds_04546_051422.mp3   We spoke with North Community High Senior Moziah Thomas about Legacy Arts Group’s original work The Beautiful Ugly and how you can help send the cast and crew to Scotland this August. More info on benefit happening at The Real Magic House in Hudson, WI on Saturday May 14th, 2022 here or donate...
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Manny Hill talks with Minneapolis Public Schools Superintendent Ed Graff about the upcoming events and celebrations in the month of May, including Asian American Heritage Month, American Indian Kickoff Month, and an Afghan Families reception. More Posts for Shows: School News, The Morning Show
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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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https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20220425105340-YNNNENApr19.mp3   We spoke with Margo Ashmore of the Northeaster Newspaper about school name updates in Northeast Minneapolis and got details on the Minneapolis St Paul Home Tour happening Sat April 30th and Sunday May 1st. More Posts for Show: The Morning Show
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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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https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20220317110842-AAFEMar17EDITFULL.mp3   Accredited Finance Councilor, Financial Fitness Coach and Certified Retirement Councilor Don Fulton joins The Morning Show with guidance on picking someone to prepare your taxes and some key reminders on savings. Don teaches Money for Two and Smart Money Decisions with Minneapolis Public Schools Community Ed. Registration is open now with classes starting...
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Due to the ongoing teacher strike in Minneapolis, classes are currently not in session at Minneapolis Public Schools. So if you’re a parent of an MPS student, what are some options you have for child care during the day? Manny Hill talked with Yvette Griffea-Gray of the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and asked Yvette...
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The Teacher and Educational Support Professionals chapters of the Minneapolis Federation of Teachers filed an intent to strike notice on February 23. With the initial 10-day cooling off period, a potential strike may commence this coming Tuesday, March 8. Negotiations between MPS staff and MFT union leaders are ongoing. Manny Hill spoke with MPS Superintendent...
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With the recent tragedies that have struck the Minneapolis Public Schools community the past month, many within the community are dealing with grief. Manny Hill talks with Julie Young-Burns, Social Emotional Learning, Culture & Climate Team Lead of MPS Equity Department, about what the best ways are for staff and students to deal with grief...
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https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20220217112610-AAKEFeb17_04533_021822.mp3   We spoke with Jan Zita Grover, who teaches with Minneapolis Public Schools Community Ed, for her recommendations on kitchen knives, cutting boards and the best way to keep everything sharp. Check out cooking classes available now, and watch for the Spring Catalog for a chance to get into one of Jan’s courses, they...
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