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Category Archives: Kids in the News

Eagles Soar on the Slopes

This winter, the boys on the Eagle team spend some time at Mont Du Lac in Superior on the runs. Going skiing is always a treat for our students and one they look forward to each winter. Along with skiing, the Eagle team had some other winter adventures when they ventured to Grand Portage, Jay […]

STEM Projects

The Wolverine team has been learning in a fun way through STEM projects. STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. “[Science] is more than a school subject, or the periodic table, or the properties of waves. It is an approach to the world, a critical way to understand and explore and engage with the […]

Northwood Does CrossFit!

Our Residential programs had a very unique and special opportunity to experience something new and exciting – Northwood teamed up with CrossFit Duluth to bring “Tyler’s Great Adventure” to our kids!  Dale and Cory Collison (owners of CrossFit Duluth) along with dozens of volunteers, came to the West campus to provide an adventurous experience and […]

Fun Fridays

Laura MacArthur’s intensive day treatment teams, the Grizzlies and Otters, had the opportunity to try new things on one of their “Fun Fridays.” At Laura MacArthur we are consistently trying to offer opportunities for students to test their own limits, and find ways to describe both their likes and dislikes, as well as encouraging others […]

Eagles Excel in Running

This past fall, a number of students on the Eagle team participated in several community running events to promote healthy living, self-confidence, and exercise. The West campus recreation director has coordinated a number of these events and motivated a record number of our students to challenge themselves by running various distances through some of Duluth’s […]

Pancake Breakfast

Thirty-two years of hosting a pancake breakfast is a long time and a whole lot in our world has changed since 1986! New sites along with programs and services have been implemented in our continuum of care and the need to serve children and families continues to grow. One thing that has remained constant is […]