PreK-Grade 2 will start in-person learning Jan 5.Grades 3-8 will start hybrid learning Jan 6 and in-person learning Jan 19.MHS will start transitioning to hybrid learning Jan. 25.
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Jan 24 2021, 9:55 pm
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Pursuant to Minnesota Statute section 13D.021, and the current state of emergency declared by the Governor of Minnesota due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Board Chair, Superintendent and Legal Counsel for the District have determined that it is not prudent to conduct an in-person meeting of the School Board, nor is it feasible to allow any member of the public to be present at the regular meeting location or any of the remote sites of any Board Members in order to attend the meeting. Members of the School Board will participate by electronic means.
All members of the public who wish to attend may do so by accessing the livestream link that will be posted prior to the meeting. Members of the public may provide comments regarding non-agenda items through electronic communication via the Contact the Board form by 10 a.m. on the day of the Board Meeting. The Board will designate an individual to read a representative sample of the comments at the Board meeting. The public will not be given an opportunity to be heard in person at the Board meetings pursuant to Minnesota Statutes section 13D.021, and the current state of emergency declared by the Governor of Minnesota due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The School Board approved the preliminary tax levy on September 21, 2020. The School Board will certify the district's final 2020 Payable 2021 Property Tax Levy at the December 14, 2020, Regular School Board meeting at 6:00 pm. The final levy certification will also be adopted at this meeting.
This year, due to the peacetime state of emergency and pandemic declaration this meeting will be held in a virtual format. The public will be given time to comment and ask questions regarding the proposed property tax levy and budget.
Remote access to the live stream of the School Board meeting is provided on the district website. Public comment can be done as a conference call; the school board will be able to listen to the comments via speakerphone. Otherwise, the public may submit comments to the board via the designated email on the district website by 10 a.m. on December 14, 2020, the comments will be read at the meeting.
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