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ROSEVILLE – Tomorrow, 20 students from both the metro and greater Minnesota will use one of their final days of summer vacation to build a home for those in need. Made possible through a partnership between the Minnesota Department of Education and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity, students will work at two sites, one on the North side of Minneapolis and one on St. Paul’s East side.
The student volunteers are coming from as close to the metro as Saint Paul and as far as the Iron Range. Commissioner Brenda Cassellius will be on hand to kick off the day in the morning at the Minneapolis site.
In addition to promoting community engagement, students will walk away with a great answer to the question, “What did you do this summer?”
• Minnesota Department of Education Back to School House Build
• 20 youth from across Minnesota
• 1208 11th Ave N, Minneapolis
• 803 Lawson Ave E, St. Paul
• All day, starting at 8:30 am
Putting the Innovation in STEM
How do we promote creativity within STEM programs for highly able learners? Join us Tuesday, Oct. 13, for this unique workshop. Participants will work with three experts in innovation through creativity. Discover strategies that encourage youth to be makers and to see the world as something they are actively helping to create. Learn how to incorporate creativity and assessment into daily classroom practices.