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Jul 30 2016, 5:54 pm
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During the June 27 School Board meeting, Steve Gehrtz, Gehrtz Construction Services, provided the board with an update on the work happening this summer at the three elementary schools to provide for increased safety and security. Read More »
On the last day of school, Horizon Middle School students learned a lesson in perseverance from singer Joe “Blind Joe” Bommersbach at performances sponsored by Horizon’s Imagine Thriving chapter. Read More »
The Moorhead High School Class of 2016 graduated June 5 during commencement at Minnesota State University Moorhead’s Nemzek Hall. Read More »
“Teachers don’t come any more dedicated than Chris Olson,” said Ryan LaDage, principal at Ellen Hopkins Elementary School. Olson, a music teacher at Hopkins Elementary and this year’s Hopkins Teacher of the Year, puts in many more hours than expected to provide creative, worthwhile, and engaging lessons for his students, LaDage said. Read More »
Liz Fritel’s experience growing up with younger twin siblings led to her interest in early childhood education. Fritel, a kindergarten teacher at Probstfield Elementary, is this year’s Probstfield Teacher of the Year. Read More »
The 18th annual United Way of Cass-Clay School Supply Drive is underway and donations will be accepted through July 29. United Way will distribute supplies on Aug. 6 and 9. Read More »
Candidates may begin filing affidavits of candidacy for the office of Moorhead School Board member on Tuesday, Aug. 2. The two-week candidate filing period closes at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16.
During the June 27 meeting, the Moorhead School Board approved the district’s annual operating plan, which includes the preliminary budget for the 2016-17 school year. General fund revenues are projected at $73.4 million with expenses projected to be $73.9 million. Read More »
The School Boards for Moorhead Area Public Schools 152 and Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton Public Schools 2164 approved the plan to adjust the school district boundaries at their meetings June 27. The approval comes after opportunities were provided for public testimony on the plan at both the June 13 and 27 board meetings. Read More »
Revisions to the 2016-17 school year calendar have added an emergency makeup day, switched two back-to-school nights, and adjusted professional development time for teachers. Read More »
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