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2/19/20

Ben St. Hilaire Spells His Way to Washington, D.C.

Ben St. Hilaire takes first place at the Multi-Region State Spelling Bee and earns an all-expense-paid trip to the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

2/6/20

Central Minnesota Regional Spelling Bee Hosted by Resource Training & Solutions

Forty-four students competed in the Central Minnesota Regional Spelling Bee.

1/31/20

CALLING ALL ARTISTS!

Join us this spring at the College of St. Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota for the Young Authors Young Artists Student Conference (YAYA). 

1/31/20

Science Rocks and Science Fest Bring Learning to Life

Resource Training and Solutions hosts their annual science and nature student conferences. Over 900 Central Minnesota 5th & 6th Grade students attended Science Rocks and Science Fest.

2/19/19

The Eye of the Tiger Is Focused on Success Through PBIS

The formula for student success through PBIS (or Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) sounds simple. Focus on the positive—rather than the punitive. Establish a positive learning environment. Teach Skills. Reinforce positive behavior. Respond to inappropriate behavior. At Tech High School in St. Cloud, this formula is called the Tiger Eye on Success.

2/19/19

Pine County, East Central Schools, and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe Recognized with the Bridge Award for Development of Project RISE

Rising Up to Support Students and Families in Pine County: Pine County, East Central Schools, and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe develop a restorative justice approach.

2/18/19

Annual Resource Magazine

10/19/18

Mora Schools and Kanabec County Receive Resource’s Bridge Award

The “Gardening is Science” program was awarded the BRIDGE aware from Resource Training & Solutions. Students learn the science behind how food grows, how collaboration brings good things to the community, and much more.

10/16/18

YAYA 2018 – Students Explore Creative Fields

The possibilities seemed limitless for the nearly 1,500 students who dove into a multitude of writing and illustrating activities.

Snakes, Lasers, and Outdoor Adventures? Yes, Please!

Students can't get enough of the hands-on science at Resource's student conferences.