Parents and other concerned community members learned during the Top Secret Project held Tuesday at Park Rapids Area High School more about how unsuspecting items often be identified as indicators of drug use and other behavior that put teens at risk.A bedroom was set up on stage giving people a closer look at what teens could do to hide their drug and alcohol use.Debbie Haas attended the event and said she thought the display and presentation were very informative.
Representing the Class of '97 and father of seven children, Guida said he has a "vested interest in this specific high school" and wants Park Rapids to be the best possible high school it can be.He encouraged students to get involved and participate in activities, support one another and build trust amongst classmates.Principal Jeff Johnson brought Guida in to speak to high school students on the first day as a way to help incorporate a strong school culture in Park Rapids.Guida asked the...
Hanging in the balance is a $2.5 million grant from the state to be allocated once the city purchases the Armory and settles on a lease agreement with the Park Rapids Community Development Corporation (PRCDC) to operate the facility.The main parties — Alan Zemek and Armory Square Management Corporation, City of Park Rapids and the (PRCDC) — still need to execute purchase and lease agreements, which then must be approved by the state before the grant funds are allocated.In 2014, the state...
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