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Spickard Board Holds September Meeting

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education approved several items during a meeting held Monday night at the school.
According to information provided by Superintendent Burnie Schneiderheinze, the board approved the 2016-2017 Professional Development Plan, which included a proposed schedule and expenditures. Also approved was the district wellness plan, including goals, committee members and nutrition education, as well as the DESE model of the Special Education Compliance Plan. Board members agreed

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Princeton Board Plans Closed Session

The Princeton R-5 Board of Education will meet at 7:30 a.m. Monday, May 23 at the school.
Items on the announced agenda include a closed session to discuss personnel.

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Tri-County Board Accepts Member Resignation

The Tri-County R-7 Board of Education met in regular session Monday evening, approving a purchase and accepting the resignation of a board member.
According to information provided by Superintendent David Probasco, the board approved the purchase of a new backstop for the ball -field. They also voted to seek registrations for a potential daycare facility and to obtain costs for staff and facility improvements.
Board members reviewed the MSBA policy

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Spickard Board Reorganizes, Hires Personnel

The Spickard R-2 Board of Education met Monday evening, reorganizing after the April 5 election, accepting a bid for work on the gym ceiling and approving several personnel items.
According to information provided by the administrator Burnie Schneiderheinze, the oath of office was given to Nancy Anderson, Jesse Richmond, Glenn Wilson and Ginger Youngs. Officers elected were Ms. Youngs, president; Ruth Ann Shipps, vice president; Jesse Richmond, treasurer; and Kate

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Grundy R-5 Approves Salary Increases, Offers Contract And Approves Co-op Agreement

The Grundy R-5 Board of Education approved salary increases and increased sick days for staff during a meeting held Thursday evening.
According to information provided by Superintendent Rob Deaver, the board held an executive session after which all non-certified staff were re-hired. The votes were all unanimous with the exception of custodian Gene Schreffler, who received “no” votes from Larry Cook and Mike Herrold. The board approved several extra-duty contracts,

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Newtown-Harris Board Offers Contracts

The Newtown-Harris Board of Education has approved contracts for returning and new faculty members, as well as offering a contract for the elementary/high school principal position.
According to information provided by the Superinten-dent Kim Johnson, the board voted at a special meeting on March 10 to offer a contract to a candidate for the elementary/high school principal position. The board is waiting on a signature on the contract to release

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Laredo, Princeton Take Care Of Personnel Matters

Personnel items were on the agenda of the Laredo R-7 and Princeton R-5 boards of education, which held meetings on Monday evening.
Laredo R-7
A discussion about parent teacher conferences, the approval of bids and the hiring of teachers dominated the agenda of the Laredo R-7 School Board during its meeting.
According to information provided by the district, the board held a discussion about possibly changing the way the conferences

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R-9 Board Approves Raises, Hirings and Extracurricular Assignments

All returning Trenton R-9 personnel will receive salary increases next school year following action taken on Tuesday night by the board of education.
On a 7-0 vote, the board approved the salary proposal presented last month by the Trenton R-9 Salary Committee, which adds $700 to the base of the certified salary schedule as well as movement for teachers based on years of service and education gained. There will also

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R-6 Board Approves Field Trips, Accepts Resignations, Hires Two

Field trips were approved, resignations were accepted and two persons were hired for the 2016-2017 school year when the Pleasant View R-6 Board of Education met Tuesday evening.
According to information provided by R-6 Superintendent Rebecca Steinhoff, the board approved a field trip for students in first through fourth grades to Moon Marble Company in Bonner Springs, KS, as well as the same students to travel to Gladys Grimes Park

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