Students tour State Capitol

Crosswinds Arts and Science School students spent Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, visiting the State Capitol in St. Paul and meeting Rep.Kathy Lohmer, R-Lake Elmo. The students attended the House Education Policy Committee, which recognized the group for placing second nationally in the 2012 World Savvy Challenge. Students making the trip were, front row from left, Thomas Donoaghue, Jackie Cao, Rose Vang, Maryna Nguyen, Tyler Reitmann and Wilson Debrine; second row, from left, David Donaoghue, Marquel Porter, Raven Kennedy, Hanna Schaaf, Eva Rosario, Skylar Kraker and Anna Boguszewski; third row from left, Lohmer, Brianna Miller, Roma Murphy, Kai’ili Taylor, Abby LeBlanc, Juan Jimenez and Alexa Kraker, and back row from left, Nate Hacker, Sam Larson, Tor Johnson, Nate Celeste, Ian Kearney, Nathan Schlenker, Nash Chanslor, Angelica Chanslor, Eli Moritz and Lizzie Ulmer. Crosswinds students live in 10 east metro districts which include Stillwater, St. Paul, South Washington County, Roseville, White Bear Lake, Inver Grove Heights, Forest Lake, West St. Paul, Spring Lake Park and South St. Paul. Crosswinds teaches students in grades six through 10 school and is part of the East Metro Integration District (EMID6067), a collaborative partnership between the St. Paul School District and nine east metro districts. More information can be found at www.emidfamilies.org/crosswinds (Gazette photo courtesy Susan Larson)

Crosswinds Arts and Science School students spent Valentine’s Day, Feb. 14, visiting the State Capitol in St. Paul and meeting Rep.Kathy Lohmer, R-Lake Elmo. The students attended the House Education Policy Committee, which recognized the group for placing second nationally in the 2012 World Savvy Challenge. Students making the trip were, front row from left, Thomas Donoaghue, Jackie Cao, Rose Vang, Maryna Nguyen, Tyler Reitmann and Wilson Debrine; second row, from left, David Donaoghue, Marquel Porter, Raven Kennedy, Hanna Schaaf, Eva Rosario, Skylar Kraker and Anna Boguszewski; third row from left, Lohmer, Brianna Miller, Roma Murphy, Kai’ili Taylor, Abby LeBlanc, Juan Jimenez and Alexa Kraker, and back row from left, Nate Hacker, Sam Larson, Tor Johnson, Nate Celeste, Ian Kearney, Nathan Schlenker, Nash Chanslor, Angelica Chanslor, Eli Moritz and Lizzie Ulmer. Crosswinds students live in 10 east metro districts which include Stillwater, St. Paul, South Washington County, Roseville, White Bear Lake, Inver Grove Heights, Forest Lake, West St. Paul, Spring Lake Park and South St. Paul. Crosswinds teaches students in grades six through 10 school and is part of the East Metro Integration District (EMID6067), a collaborative partnership between the St. Paul School District and nine east metro districts. More information can be found at www.emidfamilies.org/crosswinds (Gazette photo courtesy Susan Larson)

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