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Dr. Bill Caron, Scales Mound School District superintendent, had some good news for board members at the Nov. 16 meeting. Caron announced that the district’s early childhood program was … more
STOCKTON–At its Monday, Nov. 16 meeting, the Stockton School Board heard a plea from head girls basketball coach Tim Timpe, who also serves as the school’s insurance representative, about … more
HANOVER–The River Ridge School Board decided at its Nov. 16 meeting to wait to move forward with basketball games for the 2020-2021 season as the status is in flux due to the coronavirus … more
WARREN–Dr. Shawn Teske, Warren superintendent, recommended the district go remote from Monday, Nov. 23 through Friday, Dec. 4. During the board’s meeting Wednesday, Nov. 18, Teske, … more
EAST DUBUQUE–East Dubuque Superintendent TJ Potts recommended to the East Dubuque School Board, at its Nov. 18 meeting, that grades five-12 attend virtually during the weeks immediately … more
GALENA–The Galena School Board took a giant step toward improving school facilities during its Tuesday, Nov. 17 board meeting. After months of work to narrow the options and find the best … more
BENTON–The Benton School Board approved reforming a biannual outdoor education overnight trip. Physical education teacher Kyle Kern told the board this trip would be for sixth and seventh … more
STOCKTON–The Stockton School Board held a finance committee meeting Nov. 12 to discuss the tax levy for the upcoming year. Superintendent James Bunting reviewed the numbers and the equalized … more
STOCKTON–Stockton school officials discussed the future of facilities conversations during a building and grounds committee meeting on Thursday, Nov. 12. The committee met with CTS … more
FREEPORT–On April 6, 2021, Highland Community College District residents will elect two people to serve six-year terms on the seven-member HCC Board of Trustees. Candidates must circulate and … more
KIELER, Wis.–The Southwestern School Board met at Jamestown Town Hall on Wednesday, Nov. 11 to discuss the district’s plans for limiting the number of attendees at upcoming sporting … more
ELIZABETH–The Eagle Ridge Vocational Delivery System (ERVDS) board met Nov. 10 and discussed how to appropriate $18,000 of unused grant money. ERVDS is comprised of eight school districts: … more
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