Tartan High School

Wed
09
Mar

Skyview Middle School to perform Disney classic


Cain Korf takes on the role of young Simba. (submitted photo/Melissa Faust)

Hakuna Matata. It means no worries. Leave your worries behind you and head on over to Tartan High School for Skyview Middle School’s production of “The Lion King Jr.,” beginning March 11. 

Mon
07
Mar

16-year-old stabbed after North-Tartan basketball game

A 16-year-old boy received multiple stab wounds when a fight broke out after a North versus Tartan high school boys basketball playoff game at East Ridge High School March 3.  

Wed
08
Jul

Oakdale-Lake Elmo people - published July 8, 2015

Brian Beck, right, of Lake Elmo recently was promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army.
Brian Beck, right, of Lake Elmo recently was promoted to the rank of major in the U.S. Army.

Major Brian R. Beck

Wed
10
Jun

Sta2rs banquet: Another successful year was celebrated

Tartan’s Hannah Benck shares a hug with Annemarie Sass, Tartan 9th-grade teacher and coach, at the STA2RS Banquet stage May 20. The top ten percent of Tartan and North High seniors were honored by the  622 Education Foundation and sponsors at Prom Center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)
Tartan’s Hannah Benck shares a hug with Annemarie Sass, Tartan 9th-grade teacher and coach, at the STA2RS Banquet stage May 20. The top ten percent of Tartan and North High seniors were honored by the 622 Education Foundation and sponsors at Prom Center. (Linda Baumeister/Review)

It happened again
The 19th Annual Sta2rs Banquet was held for the top 10 percent of the graduation classes at North and Tartan high schools.

Wed
10
Jun

Congratulations Graduates!

Tartan’s Carly Boyle, recipient of both the Outstanding Senior Award and Tartan Titan Award, makes her way during the processional at Aldrich Arena June 3.
Tartan’s Carly Boyle, recipient of both the Outstanding Senior Award and Tartan Titan Award, makes her way during the processional at Aldrich Arena June 3.

Felicia Philibert gave the Student Welcome at Tartan's graduation ceremony, highlighting the Class of 2015’s generosity, raising funds and volunteer hours, and of the most college credits of any previous class.

Wed
10
Jun

1-year expulsions for Tartan students with loaded handgun at school

Students will not serve time in correctional facility
Two 16-year-old Tartan High School students who were charged with felony possession of a dangerous weapon on school property have been expelled for the 2015-2016 school year.
The District 622 School Board followed administrative recommendations and approved a 12-month expulsion for both boys at its regular board meeting, May 26.

Wed
03
Jun

A night of STA2RS

Hofeldt and John Glenn grade 9-12 and drumline teacher Melissa Mandel worked out a unique fist bump.
Hofeldt and John Glenn grade 9-12 and drumline teacher Melissa Mandel worked out a unique fist bump.

The STA2RS Banquet, Students and Teachers Achieving Academic Recognition and Success, brought together old classmates for photos.

Wed
20
May

Relay for life

Tartan is one of the top fundraisers in the nation for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. A total of 44 teams with 888 participants have raised over $135,000 and counting this year.

Wed
13
May

Felony charges pending for Tartan students with loaded handgun

Two 16-year-old Tartan High School students could be facing serious criminal charges for reportedly bringing a loaded handgun to school and showing it off in a classroom Monday, May 11.

Wed
13
May

City tightens rules on sale of tobacco related products

Jonny Ny, 21, manager of E-Cigarettes, located off White Bear Ave., says he’s fearful the new ban on in-store sampling may destroy his business because customers are reluctant to buy a flavored product they haven’t sampled. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)
Jonny Ny, 21, manager of E-Cigarettes, located off White Bear Ave., says he’s fearful the new ban on in-store sampling may destroy his business because customers are reluctant to buy a flavored product they haven’t sampled. (Erin Hinrichs/Review)

Maplewood City Hall was abuzz Monday, April 27, as small-business owners, students and activists waited outside council chambers for the meeting where revisions to the city's tobacco sale ordinance promised to spark a lively debate.

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