Published On: Thu, May 11th, 2017

42R board hires business teacher

OSMOND — The District 42R School board had a light agenda on Monday, May 8, mostly dealing with approving new board policy and the contract for the new business instructor, Eli Neitzel, as well as important upcoming activities, including graduation and the community clean-up day.
In the absence of school counselor Jane Brummels, Superintendent Dave Hamm read her report. State testing is completed for the year; there will be new cut scores for the NeSA-ELA since this is the first year for the new test, and the district should have official results in July. There are six students registered for “Fridays at Northeast.” Several other juniors and seniors have registered for dual credit courses, and the district is working on the internships program, as well as scheduling for students in grades seven through 12. The Student Learning Teams will work together during the Community Cleanup-Fun Day scheduled for Friday, May 12.
In his report, Superintendent Hamm included a tentative schedule of the Community Cleanup Day for board members. Hamm discussed the key inventory he has been trying to organize as far as the keys that staff members have in their possession. He also discussed the coaching and sponsorship positions and provided a copy of the final list of assignments for next year.

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