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Spring 2018 Online Activities/Athletic Registration
Parents are highly encouraged to follow this process online. If parents choose come to the Activities Office to register their child, a laptop or computer will be available for registration. Fees can also be paid online.  If you prefer to pay by check (written to ISD 813) or cash can be dropped off at the Activities Office.

Why does Mrs. Nutt have white skin and dark skin?
This is a common question that I am asked each day by kids of all ages. I tell them, "That's just how my skin is."

The skin condition I have is called Vitiligo. This means that I lose pigmentation in my skin. It started when I was in my late 20s. I also have thyroidism which is connected to my Vitilgo skin condition.

The book that you see pictured on the left is by Lori Mitchell. She has a daughter who started having Vitiligo when she was about 8 months old. To help others learn about Vitilgo, she wrote a book about her daughter, April. She wanted to teach April and others that everyone is different and unique in their own way.

I read this book, show a video made my April and Lori Mitchell, and let kids touch my skin on the first day of school so my students understand a little bit more about Vitiligo and that it is not contagious.

Feel free to ask me any questions you have about Vitiligo. My goal is to some day write a children's book about Vitilgo to teach them more about it and that kids who have Vitilgo just want to fit in.
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Superintendent's Office
(651) 345-2198
300 South Garden Street
Lake City, MN 55041

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(651) 345-4553
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Lake City, MN 55041

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(651) 345-4472

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(651) 345-5894
Bluff View Elementary 
(651) 345-4551
1156 West Lakewood Ave.
Lake City, MN 55041

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(651) 345-4528

Activities Director
(651) 345-2850
300 South Garden Street

Community Education 
(651) 345-7006
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