Region 2M - Minot

Tuesday, December 20, 2022

Minot State University


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Classes Online

October 31, 2022

Registration Opens

October 31, 2022

Registration Closes

December 2, 2022

Class List and Descriptions

Classes subject to change. Class selections are on a first-come, first-served basis. Check back for updates.

Class A: Main Street ND

Learn HOW, WHAT, WHEN, & WHY to start your own 21st Century Business in today’s technological world. Learn to recognize your strengths AND weaknesses and how to attract and retain the people you need to compete and succeed. (Limit 16 students) 22

Class B: What to Expect When You Call 911

If you’ve never needed to call 911 before, you may not know what to expect. This class will focus on the time leading up to calling 911 through the ambulance transporting to the hospital with focus on the ambulance/medical side of 911. (22)

Class C: CareerViewXR

Come and explore high-demand trade careers through immersive digital experiences that allow people to explore careers and communites virtually. Limit 8 Students. (22)

Class D: DIY Breadboard Circuits

Come learn and explore circuit builds and the basics of electricity flow through circuits. In this session, students will become familiar with circuitry components like photoresistors, push buttons, batteries, LED’s, capacitors, and breadboards. Each build increases in complexity, and all components are reusable so that builds may be disassembled and recreated! Limited 16 Students. (22)

Class E: Electric Motors/Electrical Circuits

Electrial Motors For this class we will use two 20-minute sessions to explain how electric motors work and each student will build a simple electric motor that they can take home with them. Each student will build a motor kit, and then run the motor using a battery to learn how electricty make a motor turn. Grades 5 and above. Limit 10 Students.

Electrial Circuits A 20 Minute session where we will explain how an electric circuit works to turn on a light. Students will build a simple circuit they can take home. The project will have a battery, a switch, and a lamp they will connect with wire and be able to turn the light on and off. Grades 5 and above. Limit 10 Students. (22)

Class F: From Producer to the World – Your Food Journey From the Farm to Your Fork

Discuss how the products produced locally go from local farms to the dinner tables around the world. (22)

Class G: Excuse Me! Yes, Please! No, Thank You!

Students will learn common manners using presentations as well as role plays. (22)

Class H: How Can Workplace Hazards Be Controlled?

We will look at safety hazards in the workplace and learn about different ways to make workplaces safer. Limit 24 Students. (22)

Class I: Introduction to Entrepreneurship

Welcome to the world of problem solving and profits. In a fast 25 minutes you will learn how to create new products like an entrepreneur. Students will participate in a hands-on, upcycle project to learn how to solve problems with creativity. Bonus, they can take home their own project! Limit 16 Students. (22)

Class J: Folding the American Flag

Individuals will fold the American flag, learn the meaning of the folds and receive US Flag etiquette information. (22)

Class K: Knots to Know

Knot-Tying has long been a part of Scouting program – for good reasons. It promotes discipline and focus, and it teaches useful skills that can be used immediately. Most people can tie just one knot (the “overhand knot”); many Scouts know more than a dozen. Come learn som fo the 11 essential knots. (22)

Class L: Lessons About Your Money

The more you know about how to make money, how to save money, and how to spend money, the less likely it is that you will have money problems as an adult. Do you know people who never seem to have enough money? If you don’t want to live that way, listen up. We have some good information to share with you today. Students will get the opportunity to look at and learn about foreign currency. (22)

Class M: Let the World Surround You

Learn about animals from around the world thru touch and inspiring bio facts. (22)

Class N: Intro to Hydroponics

Discuss traditional growing methods versus Hydroponics. Clones will be ready in the cloner and students will plant their own tomato plant. (22)

Class O: Operation LifeSaver

Railroad Safety, trespass prevention, and how to report emergencies that occur while on or near railroad property. (22)

Class P: Prehospital Patient Care

Will talk about how to become a member of an ambulance. Will show 1 or 2 skills an EMT or Paramedic can perform. (22)

Class Q: How Much Energy?
Class R: Rogue Robots

We will be putting you behind the controls and letting you program a robot! Today, robots do everything from clean floors to serve you at a restaurant. We will teach you how easy it is to program one and how complex they can be! Limit 10 students. (22)

Class S: Let's Move!

Fun class with activities that allow the kids to move! (22)

Class T: Soft Skills- Problem Solving

Employers tell us they are looking to hire employees with strong soft skills. Join us in learning about these and which are necessary for future employment. One essential task is problem solving, which will be discussed at length along with interactive activities demonstrating this skill. (22)

Class U: Actors: How to be an Elf

Actor’s use of movement and facial expression to create a character. Limit 24 students. (22)

Education Day Schedule
Schedule subject to change
9:15 a.m. – 9:30 a.m. Pre-Opening Music
9:30 a.m. – 9:50 a.m. Opening Rally
10:00 a.m. – 10:25 a.m. All Students Attend Classes
10:35 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. All Students Attend Classes
11:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Project Students Eat Lunch
11:10 a.m. – 11:35 a.m. Non-Project Students Attend Classes
11:30 a.m. – 12:25 p.m. Project Students Present Projects at Hall of Great Ideas Showcase
11:35 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. (Teal) Non-Project Students Eat Lunch (Maroon) Non-Project Students View Projects
12:00 p.m. – 12:25 p.m. (Teal) Non-Project Students View Projects (Maroon) Non-Project Students Eat Lunch
12:30 p.m. – 12:55 p.m. All Students Attend Classes
1:05 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. All Students Attend Classes
1:40 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Closing Rally

Getting Registered

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Registration Part 1 Class/Group

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Registration Part 2 Student Groups  WITHOUT Projects

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Registration Part 3 Student Groups WITH Projects

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Registration Part 4 Student Project Information

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Project Reimbursement Form – SCHOOLS

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Project Reimbursement Form & W-9 Form – TEACHERS

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Advisory Leadership Team

Amy Woodbeck


Ellen Bjelland


Randy Conway


Gene Kaseman


Tracy Lawson


Joe Lukach


Ann Mueller


Past Minot Education Day Guides
2018 Education Day Guide
2017 Minot Education Day Guide
2016 Minot Education Day Guide
2015 Minot Education Day Guide