South school briefs: Scott County Historical Society offers talks

  • Updated: August 5, 2014 - 2:46 PM

New Prague Area Schools’ updated logo

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Historical Society offers school talks

The Scott County Historical Society is offering educational programs to classes from kindergarten through eighth grade.

The programs “meet Minnesota Standards for Teaching benchmarks — include pre- and post-materials,” the society said.

Programs include:

Kindergarten: Pieces of the Past

A day in the life of a pioneer child, with maps, photos and artifacts, a pioneer child’s chores, lessons and games.

Grades 1-2: What’s For Dinner?

Lessons on farms, general stores and kitchens of the past. Photos, artifacts, hands-on sensory activities: churning and tasting butter, shopping in a general store and learning about historic kitchen gadgets.

Grades 3-5: Then & Now

Scott County towns 125 years ago: what did people do for a living and how did they get from place to place? Maps, photos and artifacts, and participating in discussions, games and skits.

Grades 6-8: Stories & Words

Thinking like historians by analyzing primary sources from the society’s collections: maps, artifacts, photographs and letters. Students work in teams to uncover and present stories.

New Prague

District gets new logo and website

New Prague Area Schools are debuting a new logo and website in an effort to make communication across the district more streamlined and uniform.

The new www.npaschools.org, is simpler, and the site has a cleaner look with quick links to pages students and parents use most.

Even the high school’s Trojan mascot, used throughout the district for activities and athletics, got a makeover to appear more youthful, with stronger facial features.

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