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Exciting library news!

Our school has partnered with OverDrive to start bringing ebooks and audiobooks to our students in a convenient way. Students can access our online library here: and can download the Sora app on their phone to find our school. Log in using the district745 Google account to browse and check out books!

Visit the district calendar linked here, or the high school events calendar here for more events.



Latest News

Shrek Cast ready to perform a flash mob

A neon yellow Shrek flash mob descended on Albany Elementary before the spring musical perfomances.

The cast of April's spring musical performed a flash mob for Albany Elementary students as they loaded the buses after school last Friday.

The performers sang and danced to a number from the show to promote "Shrek the Musical" which took place over the weekend.

The musical was a rip-roaring success and the students and directors did a fantastic job!

See our Twitter or Instagram accounts (both @ISD745) to view a video of the performance!

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Adaptive Bowling Team

Adaptive Bowling Team takes to the lanes!

On Tuesday, April 2nd, the Albany Adaptive Bowling Team traveled to Alexandria for a dual meet with the Alexandria Cardinals at the Garden Center Lanes. Our High School bowlers were Brandon Ainali, Amidy Beckes, Johanna Hamann, Sierra Kittleson, Blake Rajkowski, and Owen Weiss. The students had a great time competing and were treated to pizza afterwards. All of our bowlers competed in singles. Competing in doubles were Sierra Kittleson her partner Tristyan Gienger was absent; Blake Rajkowski and his partner Chase Rajkowski, Amidy Berckes and her partner Haley Kerfeld, and Brandon Ainali and his partner Owen Weiss. Albany will host the Alexandria team at the Albany Bowling Center on Tuesday, April 16th.

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Careers in Art

Former student shares career experience with high school art class.

Shaun Rolfes, an Albany alumni and graduate student in architecture at NDSU,  was a special guest in drawing class recently. Students got to see Mr. Rolfes's work and hear about his experiences using drawing skills in his field of study.  The last half of the class period was a hands on activity combining architecture and drawing. The visit was a fun educational experience. Thanks to Mr. Rolfes for joining us! 

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