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Two upcoming Two Hour Late Starts that had originally been scheduled to take place for students in grades 6-12+ on Feb. 15 and May 17 have been changed to regular school days.

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The district recently received the Government Finance Officers Association’s (GFOA) Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting. The district also recently received the Excellence in Financial Reporting Award from the Association of School Business Officials (ASBO). These two awards are the highest form of recognition a governmental agency can receive and represent a significant accomplishment for the finance department and its staff. This year’s recognition marks the 22nd consecutive year the district has received both awards.

screenshot of Teacher of the Year nomination form

It's time once again to celebrate professional excellence as part of the White Bear Lake Area Educators’ Teacher of the Year program. The process begins with nominations from community members, parents, students and colleagues. Nominations close at 4 p.m. on Feb. 10.

Invitation to Jan. 26 Community-Wide Open House Event

WBLAHS - North Campus students will soon move into the newly-constructed 3-story addition so that renovations can begin on the existing building. Before that happens, join us to check out the new spaces... 

Phase 1 Community-Wide Open House
6-8 p.m. on Thursday, January 26, 2023
WBLAHS - North Campus
(enter at Bald Eagle Avenue)

2 Hour Late Start on Jan. 11

Due to glare ice road conditions, White Bear Lake Area Schools will start 2 hours late today, Wednesday, Jan. 11. The Extended Day program will be open 2 hours late. All morning Early Childhood classes are canceled.

White Bear Lake Area High School Paw Print (Multi)

Don Bosch, who began in the district in 2009 when he was named principal at North Campus and moved into his current role as principal at South Campus in 2017, recently announced that he will be retiring after the 2023-24 school year. He had been named in 2020 to be the principal of the unified high school to begin in 2024.

The unified high school principal employment search will begin in mid-January.