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three-time Oscar winner and eight-time Golden Globe winner. intelligence and matters concerning the judiciary.Model airplanes and a solar system hang from the ceiling Maps artwork and lesson plans cover the walls and boards A bearded dragon basks in a terrarium"Our latest addition Isn’t that great" Johnson said looking at the tiny reptile that is the subject of a science projectLocated 12 miles west of Mandan Sweet Briar School is a modern throwback to the many rural schoolhouses that once dotted North Dakota And it’s showing no signs of slowing down Enrollment at the two-room schoolhouse reached a record high this academic year with 22 students in kindergarten through seventh grade There are no eighth-graders this yearTwo kindergartners will join next year further increasing enrollment Students hail from 12 families some within the school district others open-enrolled After eighth grade they may attend either Mandan or New Salem schoolsOne-on-oneSweet Briar School Board President Travis Wolf whose children father and grandfather attended there as he did said the one-on-one interactions between teachers and students allow for as good an education as anywhereTechnology helps especially with grant money available The yellow stucco schoolhouse built in 1936 — the school dates to at least 1913 — has a ton of gadgets for its students IPads Chromebooks Green screen Smartboard projection Lego robotics Claymation"We’re not at want for any of the techie stuff" said Johnson who teaches fourth- through eighth-grade "You just have to keep up with it professional development-wise"As the school enters a new era of steady growth Johnson will be stepping away She’s retiring after 11 years at Sweet Briar School as the principal/teacher with 13 years before that at the Almont school She lives just 20 miles away on a farm and ranch and will be available for substitute teachingHer eyes glisten when recounting her advocacy for rural schools over the years — testifying every two years on legislation that would close rural schools in favor of K-12 institutions"We just said when the time is right we’ll know when it’s time to close and it’s not right to take the option the choice away from parents to have a smaller close-knit one-on-one ratio rural education" Johnson saidLocal control North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler said she senses virtually no appetite from lawmakers to address rural schools as in years past Local control will decide their fate she said For example Amidon’s school district recently decided to dissolve after this school year by board decisionImprovements in classroom technology athletic consolidations and even better snowplows have likely contributed to the continuation of rural schools Baesler addedRural students also aren’t less socially advantaged than their city counterparts according to Johnson who said classroom technology extracurricular and family activities provide the same opportunities for Sweet Briar’s student bodyKatie Dahly who’s taught kindergarten through third grade at Sweet Briar School for six years said there are different advantages with the small rural setting"You get the same kids four years in a row so if you know they aren’t learning something one year and the next year comes that’s what they’re learning" she said "You can grow with them rather than have them a year and send them off to a different teacher"There’s certainly no gap in her and Johnson’s credentials: Dahly recently attained her master’s degree in differentiated education while Johnson holds a master’s degree in health scienceThe close interactions between grade levels also are a plus at Sweet Briar Seventh-grader Kendra Tomac said she likes the "family" atmosphere of the school where her younger sister and brother also attend"We get to help out the little kids a lot" she said’A good school’As enrollment increases Wolf said the school board is considering its options Growth is a "challenge" he said Finding a new teacher after Johnson’s retirement shouldn’t be a difficult task if the candidates understand the setting"We’ve had pretty good luck finding teachers" Wolf said "We’ve been fortunate to find very good teachers for our students all the time I hope we can do it again"Dahly who lives in Bismarck and substitute-taught before her Sweet Briar years said the school’s setting and close-knit community appeal to her"Just all around it’s a good school and a good place to be" said Dahly adding that Johnson’s mentorship has helpedSeventh-grader Nate McHugh said the small school makes it easy to make friends Next year he’ll have four siblings at Sweet Briar when his sister joins him and three brothersJohnson pointed out McHugh’s interest in math and engineering and how he led a group project in building the model airplanes hanging from her classroom’s ceiling Just one more opportunity that comes with a small school she saidBecky Griffin who started this fall as an instructional aide 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