Hmong Times Education
The Hmong Times Education section delivers in depth articles that report on anything that is important to the education of our Hmong citizens. You will find information pertaining to all levels of education, from Elementary education, High School, Vocational School or College. You will also find information about current and pending legislation that pertains to the quality of our communities education.
Hmong Times started a quest to highlight high-quality charter schools back in April as a way to honor what schools have been providing for the children in our community during this pandemic.
“Due to the Coronavirus and as with nearly all high schools, HCPA will be hosting a virtual ceremony as a means to formally send off the Class of 2020 to the next chapter in their lives,” stated Superintendent Dr. Christianna Hang.
Class Of 2020 Reports Over $1.2 Million In College Grants And Scholarships
As schools and children continue with distance learning during the pandemic, we continue with our quest to highlight high-quality schools as a way of honoring what schools provide for children. In recent publications, a public charter school in the Twin Cities, Noble Academy/Nompeng Academy, has been featured.
“This year, we had almost all completely new members for our FIRST Robotics Competition (FRC) team. In total, we had 25 students spread across five teams that included business, drive, coding, mechanical and electrical,” stated business team coach Ryan Lester.
(StatePoint) As families try to establish a new normal, balancing screen time for kids has become not only especially challenging, but more important than ever.
Organizational Culture Of A High-Quality Charter School: An Interview With The Instructional And Administrative Support Team
The current pandemic has helped many of us better understand what public schools provide for our children as we are faced with homeschooling our children. In recent publications, a public charter school in the Twin Cities, Noble Academy, has been featured.
In unprecedented times as the current pandemic, effective school leaders must rise to the occasion. With school closings, concerned families, students and teachers needing guidance, these leaders are working endlessly on the best course of action.
Growing up as a minority in a small town, I wasn’t always too enthusiastic about my academics. Depressingly, I didn’t receive the learning experience I needed to maximize my learning potential.
Hmong College Prep Academy, HCPA, will be hosting their annual Kindergarten Roundup for students enrolling in kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. In addition, the school will also host their K-5 Literacy Night the same evening.