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Cooper Theatre presents How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
With the help of an instructional guide, J. Pierrepont Finch is determined to succeed in business - without really trying. Encountering a corporate bigwig, a romantically inclined secretary, a wily competitor, and a sexy ex-cigarette girl with ambitions of her own, the intrepid Finch dodges, parries and plans until Victory is his.
The 2024 precinct caucuses will be held at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 27. Families may notice event or activity schedule changes due to our schools being used as polling locations.
Our summer programming helps students recharge, have fun, and spend time with friends. From kindergarten to high school, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
Cooper High School recently hosted an artist in residency, who taught students about Gullah Geetchee culture and worked with students to create performances involving poetry, music, and movement over a two-day residency.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue offers two tax benefits for families who purchase education supplies for their K-12 students.
Families are invited to learn about the diverse programs available this summer in our community.
Students are invited to apply for the Lavon H. Cooper Scholarship offered by the New Hope Women of Today Organization.
The Cooper girls wrestlers competed at their section meet on February 9-10 in Bemidji. They came home with medals, and Folake punched her golden ticket to the State Tournament.
Three Rdale teachers are in the running for the 2024 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award.
All are welcome to attend the upcoming Black History Month to enjoy student performances and food from various African American cultures.
Our community is invited to screen a film, The Right to Read, which shares the stories and struggles of an activist, a teacher, and two American families working to help children learn.
Rdale has plans in place to help students stay safe. Learn more about these plans at the district and building level.
Check out our upcoming musicals How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying and The Addams Family.
Congratulations to our Triple A Award winners Peyton Erickson, Andrew Brinks and Keira Snapko. Peyton and Andrew attend Armstrong and Keira attends Cooper.
Mark your calendar for the Empty Bowls event. At this free community event, glazed bowls will be available. Freewill donations are requested with proceeds benefiting NEAR and PRISM food shelves.