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High level of integrity and ethical action; Works for the good of community; Empathetic, compassionate, and open-minded; Accepts responsibility for self
Communicates effectively as listener, speaker, writer; Strong interpersonal skills, conflict resolution skills; Is both a leader and a contributor
Diverse, informed world perspective; Communicates effectively in at least two world languages; Embraces cultural diversity, seeking multicultural interactions.
Proficient in a variety of academic and technologic disciplines; Thnks and produces creatively; Intellectually curious, applies original solutions; Critically evaluates information sources.
Understands needs as a learner; Persistent; Sets personal learning goals; Seeks opportunities for growth.
Maintains healthy, balanced lifestyle; adapts to new, challenging situations; committed to own physical, social, emotional well-being
The Rotary Club of Edina recently presented Betsy Nimmo, former social studies teacher at EHS, with its 2022 Chrysanne Manoles Women in Leadership Award. Nimmo recently completed her 15th year teaching at Edina High School. She was an area leader for the social studies department, member of the planning team that was essential in the welcoming of the 9th grade to the high school and was Edina Teacher of the Year in 2017.
The candidacy filing period for persons interested in running for election to the Edina School Board opened Tuesday, Aug. 2 and closes Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 5 p.m. Learn more about the special election and running for school board: https://edinaschools.org/2022election
Edina Public Schools’ district website has been recognized with an Award of Excellence in the Publications and Digital Media category by the National School Public Relations Association (NSPRA).
The Edina community is invited to gather for the next One Town, One Family community conversation on Thursday, June 23, 5-8 p.m. at the Normandale School Auditorium. Participants will begin to build upon the conversation begun at the initial April 14 event. All are invited to attend regardless of whether you were able to attend the first event.