Parents packed the District 833 School Board room Thursday to complain about the district’s proposed class day changes and fee-based busing for some school programs, urging the board to consider other ways to balance its transportation budget.
If the plan to approve new school start and end times is approved by the District 833 School Board Thursday night, some parents are not going to be happy. Board members say they understand, but must cut district costs.
Twenty-one Liberty Ridge Elementary School students will be affected by an attendance boundary change next year but they can stay at the school for the coming year or enroll at Middleton Elementary School.
It’s not unusual for Reed Tschumperlin’s fifth-graders to be reading because, after all, it’s I Love to Read Month. But these students also recently met and talked with an author who autographed the books they get to keep.
This summer, School District 833 will spend $4.9 million to replace the heating and cooling system at Armstrong Elementary School, completing the replacement cycle at all but the newest elementary schools, according to a budget presented to the School Board last week.
School District 833 students continue to score higher than the state average in math and reading, according to Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment II test results from the state department of education released today.
Titi Kawonise and Lydia Andu got involved with the 4-H Youth Teaching Youth program because, as International Baccalaureate diploma candidates at Park High School, they are required to do community service. They also like kids.
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