Coon Rapids High School


Coon Rapids High School
Coon Rapids High School is listed in the Schools Academic Secondary & Elementary category in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Displayed below are the social networks for Coon Rapids High School which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Coon Rapids High School on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 88.

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2340 Northdale Blvd NW
Minneapolis, MN 55433
(763) 506-7100
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RT @CPHSRebelPride: Congrats @Alllisonrae on 1000 @ChamplinParkHS We are so proud of you! #1000ptclub

RT @BlaineHS: Congrats to Emily Brown, Herb Brooks Award winner!!

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Coon Rapids High School grad Keith Kiefer earns armed services Humanitarian Service Medal:

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Keith Kiefer admits he’s always been “kind of nerdy.” He said back in the mid-1970s when he was a student at Coon Rapids High School (CRHS), kids fit into all sorts of groups. “I tended to fit the nerd category,” the 1975 CRHS graduate said proudly. “I liked science, math was okay, chemistry I enjoyed but never liked the memorization. Yeah, I was pretty nerdy. Still am.” His self described nerdery fit him well, he said, ultimately playing a part in his being awarded the Humanitarian Service Medal for the United States Armed Forces. The medal, presented to him in December by Congressman Tom Emmer, recognizes Kiefer for his role in helping to clean up contamination on one of the Marshall Islands — contamination that resulted from atomic bomb testing done there some 40 years ago:

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At an all school assembly recently, fifth graders at University Avenue Elementary for Aerospace, Children's Engineering and Science (ACES) in Blaine presented fleece blankets they had made to representatives of the Alexandra House in Blaine. The students, over the course of the first few months of the year, raised money to purchase the fleece needed for the blankets, and then made the blankets as a group. In addition to the blanket donation, the fifth graders also showcased their week at STARBASE Minnesota during the assembly, highlighting their collaborative work, while participating in engineering, technology and science project-based learning activities. Well done, University!

Are you involved in your school's parent-teacher organization or booster club? You can still plan to join us for the One Stop Workshop tomorrow! We will provide information and tips for treasurers, launching a 501(c)3, working through conflict, social media and your group:
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