July 21-August 31 (2014)
  • A great deal was accomplished during this time period with the following building and grounds projects completed:
    • Summer maintenance including carpet shampooing, gym floor waxing, tile floor waxing, locker installation at JES, temporary classroom construction at JMS (to accommodate the construction project), tree trimming, playground maintenance, and general building prep work to begin the 2014-2015 school year.
    • Parking lots were restriped, gates were installed on the service roads at JHS and JES, and the rock from chip sealing was swept up.
    • ECFE received a new fencing system involving both vinyl panels and black chain link fencing.
    • The domestic hot water project was completed at JES with an upgrade to the system.
    • The roofs were services by our roofing contractor.
  • The school board completed the process of hiring many new staff, passed the safe and supportive schools policy, passed the pets in our schools policy, and several other policy reviews.
  • DLR Group and Bossardt Coorporation continued to move our building project forward with design work, completion of the design and development estimate, and facilitated the installation of construction fencing around the construction site at JMS. In addition, the first bid package of three went our for the JMS remodel and CERC construction project.
  • Workshop week occurred for staff during the week of August 18th and students in grades 5-12 began on August 25th. Pre-school conferences were held for grades K-4 on August 25th and 26th with students in grades K-4 beginning their year on August 27th.
  • The natural gas line and internet fiber moves were completed on Friday, August 29th.
  • Ground breaking for the JMS remodel and CERC project took place on August 25th. Construction is set to begin during the week of September 15th.
  • Please like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Both of these links can be found on the District's Homepage at www.jordan.k12.mn.us

May 15- July 20 (2014)
  • The summer sure is flying by! The forecast finally sounds like summer with several days in the 90s forecast for this upcoming week. I hope you are all enjoying time with family and friends and have had the opportunity to engage in some summer fun! Remember that school will start and end early this year due to the MS and CERC building project. Please check out the calendar link on our Homepage for important dates. Here are the latest updates in the District:
    • The middle school project is starting to take shape. A design concept was approved by the Board in late spring and since that time has really started to take off. The general feel of the design is to create a STEAM school (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). We will continue to update our Design Central and Construction Central website as images become available to the public. In the coming weeks our fiber, gas, water, and electric lines will begin to be relocated on property. The plan is to locate the lines on school property along the Timber Ridge development. This will allow the district the flexibility for future development in the field area without disturbing the lines again. Also occurring at this time is an extensive abatement of the asbestos floor tile in the current middle school. This is scheduled to be completed in early August which will allow our building and grounds team the opportunity to clean and seal the concrete floors for class during the 2014-2015 school year. The first of three bid packages to complete the middle school project will go out in early August, with work scheduled to begin on the footings and foundations for the CERC and MS addition by September 15th. Stay tuned for continuted updates on this project.
    • The District has welcomed several new staff members this summer. Andrea Schaak has been hired as the new Nutrition Services Director and Carol Lagergren has been hired as the District's full time Curriculum/Assessment/and Technology Integrationist Specialist. Also at the District level, Kat Pass has been hired as our Communication and Marketing Specialist. We welcome these District level staff members and many more new teaching staff members. For a complete list of Board actions related to hiring, please visit our Board Book link that can be found on the School District's Board page.
    • In addition to hiring and the JMS project the District has also been working on/will be working on the following initiatives this summer:
      • crack repair and chip sealing of several parking lots
      • final boiler conversion at JES
      • domestic hot water system upgrate at JES
      • additional paving of parent drop loop at JES
      • athletic stadium upgrades in the form of sound, scoreboard, field maintenance, bleacher system, etc. (much of the work done through generous sponsorships and donations)
      • summer floor waxing and cleaning
    • In addition, we are preparing for our students with several upcoming staff workshops as part of a summer flexible workshop schedule. Staff members will be trained on the use of iPads and Chromebooks this coming week as part of our 1:1 technology initiative that is in its second phase (with the plan to roll out devices to students in 15-16). Staff members are also working on unpacking the state standards in order to better prepare students for the material they need to know after high school. Staff members are also being trained on working in Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) as part of a busy summer of learning. Finally, staff members will work together at an early August data retreat to review scores from last spring's MCA tests and last year's NWEA tests to establish goals for the District, buildings, and PLCs. 
  • In the very near future, we are planning to make this a "Video" blog with periodic 5 minute updates from various locations around the District. The links to this blog will be posted to this site.
  • Please like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter. Both of these links can be found on the District's Homepage at www.jordan.k12.mn.us
April 14 - May 14 (2014)
  • I would invite the public to visit our "Design Central" page that can be found here: http://www.jordan.k12.mn.us/page/5051
    • You will find the most up-to-date information, including "plot" diagrams" and building configuration ideas. The next step in this process is for the Design Committee and School Board to continue to provide input over the course of the next two weeks. This input is being used by DLR Group as they develop the "Design Concept." On May 27th, the School Board will be asked to act on a proposed "Design Concept" that will set the parameters for the outside building structure and some of the general themes and structures to be found inside the building. User Groups, Design Teams, our Facility Committee, and the School Board will continue to provide input for the final design and interior configuration over the summer and into early fall. The first of two bid packages will be developed during this late spring and early summer with the specific goal of "breaking ground" on footings and foundations for the new additions/CERC on or about on September 1, 2014. A second bid package will be developed late summer/early next fall that will cover a majority of the work to be done from 11/2014 - 12/2015.
    • During the summer of 2014 the public can expect to see the current JMS building vacated for abatement of asbestos. All Middle School, Community Education and District Office functions will move to JHS. The District Office and Community Education Office will remain at JHS through December of 2015. The Middle School Office will move back to JMS in August of 2014. These moves are being made to ensure that our abatement contractors have the opportunity to work uninterupted during the summer of 2014. District Offices and the Community Education Office will remain at JHS through 12/2015 in order to allow our construction management firm the opportunity to use the Community Ed and District Office spaces as "Swing Space" classrooms, meaning that as construction is ongoing in the middle school, these spaces will be used as temporary classrooms.
    • While there will be construction in the middle school facility during the 2014-2015 school year, it is the goal of the District to provide our middle school students with a high quality education and unique learning opportunity as students will be able to witness construction processes firsthand. We hope to incorporate the following into the educational process at JMS during construction:
      • live construction webcam and reporting from JMS students
      • advisory student tours with District and Construction officials (done safely)
      • opportunities for student input and involvement in construction design committees
    • The end result will be a high functioning and beautiful new Jordan Middle School and Community Education and Recreation Center facility
  • As new design images and concepts continue to be drafted, they will be shared on "Design Central." Please continue to check-in on the site and watch the District's Facebook and Twitter accounts for updates.
  • District Administration will be presenting a revised FY 2014 budget to the School Board at a special meeting to be held after the workshop on May 27th. The adopted FY 2015 budget will be presented to the School Board at the upcoming June 9th regular meeting. Both budgets will show the District's efforts to make appropriate financial decisions that achieve our unassigned fund balance target of approximately $2,100,000. 
  • There are many exciting things going on in the District and I would continue to invite members of the public to visit our website and Board Book link found on the School Board's page. Here is a direct link to the Board Book page:
  • I would also invite our public to stay informed in the District's happenings. We have great students who continue to put on great performances and perform well in many co-curricular opportunities. Please "like us" on Facebook or "follow us" on Twitter. The addresses are listed below:
March 23 - April 13 (2014)
  • The School District continued to focus on the following:
    • District-wide strategic planning continued with sessions on Wednesday, April 2nd and Saturday, April 5th. We have one final session with the Teamworks International Team on Saturday, April 26th. After this session we will have a Strategic Roadmap that will be published on our website for public comment.
    • We are pleased to announce that each building (ES, MS, and HS) have 4-5 "Early Technology Adopters" who are piloting Chromebooks and Ipads. Each "Early Adopter" has an Ipad and Chromebook with a cart stocked with 30 Chromebooks and 15 Ipads for use with students. These staff members will be providing input as we implement our next phases this summer and next school year. Once again, it is the district's goal to look at a 1:1 adoption for our students for the 15-16 school year.
    • The district is focused on the 14-15 budget plan. The School Board and Administrative Team developed budgeting objectives and we are now building our FY 15 budget with those objectives in mind. We are focused on a solid deferred maintence plan and we are also focused on technology integration and improving student elective opportunities in the MS and HS. Low class sizes continues to be the focus at the ES.
    • We have assembled three design committees for the MS and CERC projects. These committees will be meeting throughout April and early May. As the committee provides input to the architect, drawings and plans will be drafted and eventually completed. These plans and drawings will be publishes on our "Design Central" site located at: http://www.jordan.k12.mn.us/page/5051.
January 4 - March 22 (2014)
  • Our district experienced a great deal of success and progress during the past two months. Here is a snapshot of what has occurred:
    • Wrestling team and individuals won conference championship and experienced success at the recent state tournament with our Panther team taking 2nd place.
    • Hubmen Basketball experienced a 2nd place finish in the MRC Conference.
    • Jaguar Basketball experienced a 1st place finish in the MRC Conference.
    • Our speech team has a fantastic season with many 1st and 2nd place finishes.
    • Our band and choir groups placed high with Superior or Excellent ratings at their contests.
    • Our MS groups and teams had great experiences and our 6th grade choir took part in the Music Educators' Conference.
    • Many quality performances were put on by our theater students and our band and choir students.
    • The District's Bond Referendum for a newly remodeled middle school and a community education and recreation center passed on March 11th with construction set to begin late this summer.
  • It is also important to note that the District's Curriculum and Technology Advisory Group developed vision statements to guide the purchase and implementation of curriculum and technology for our students. At a recent board meeting, the board approved phase one of a plan to eventually bring 1:1 devices (Ipads and/or Chromebooks) to our students for the 2015-2016 school year. Beginning with this year's 4th quarter, teachers will begin piloting Ipads and Chromebooks with additional Ipad and Chromebook carts for students. Phase two will include additional devices for the 14-15 school year, with a decision to be made on a full blown student 1:1 initiative to come for the 15-16 school year.
  • The district's board, administrative team, and faculty began a 4 step strategic planning process on March 12th with Teamworks International as the facilitator.
  • Due to the construction set to commence late during the summer of 2014, the school board adopted an early start and early out calendar for 14-15. Please see the calendar link on our homepage.
December 13 - January 3
  • Happy New Year to all JPS residents! I hope that 2014 will be prosperous and healthy for you all.
  • Thank you to outgoing board members Joe Benko and Kevin Brox. We appreciate your service to Jordan Public Schools. 
  • Please welcome new board members Connie Hennen and Tom Vogel. They will be sworn into service officially at the school board's annual organizational meeting that will be held on Monday, January 13th.
  • JPS launced its "Referendum Central" site. This is an all-in-one site designed to help the voters of Jordan Public Schools become informed about the March 11, 2014 Jordan Middle School Bond Referendum. 
    • If you have questions about the referendum, please submit them by visiting "Referendum Central" and submitting a FAQ. Your questions and answers will be posted on the district's FAQ page in a timely manner. We will announce the postings of the FAQs and Answers to the FAQs via Facebook and Twitter.
    • There have been some questions about what the remodel of the current middle school will look like. Essentially, the only thing that we will be using from the existing building is its foundation and basic shell. Here is a snapshot of what work will be done if the first question passes:
      • All new mechanical (including HVAC and boiler system)
      • All new plumbing and electrical
      • New windows, doors and skylights
      • New exterior insulation along with new exterior brick work
      • New room configuration with a focus on 21st Century educations spaces throughout the building including new science rooms, a significant industrial technology space remodel, and significant band and choir room remodels to ensure that the spaces are conducive to learning and compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act
      • Shifting the cafeteria/commons and media center to the center of the building 
      • New ceiling tiles
      • New floor covering
      • New walls
      • New furnishings
      • New technology
      • Additional new gymnasium with a small elevated walking track
      • New fitness/weight room
      • New locker rooms
      • Relocation of the middle school office to the front of the building with a secured entrance for increased safety
      • 6 New additional learning spaces (labs and classrooms)
        • There will be focus on adding natural light and building large group and small group instructional spaces in pods/houses.
    • If question two should pass, the additional work to be done includes:
      • Expansion of the new 1 station gym to a 3 station gym and community center with the following amenities:
        • Rubberized multi-purpose flooring
        • A large elevated walking track open to the general public daily via membership
        • Large group meeting space/birthday party room/open exercise room for Yoga, Pilates, TRX, and Zumba classes 
        • A secured entrance for the general public to access during the school day
        • Indoor tennis, volleyball, basketball, etc. courts available to the general public daily via membership
          • Currently the school district is working with the city council to draft and refind a joint powers agreement that would be used to govern the facility. The joint powers agreement will include a framework that outlines when the facility would be open to the public, what membership fees would cost, and what costs would be shared by the city and school district. We hope to have this JPA voted on and finalized by the city and school district in February.

November 16 - December 12
  • A great deal has happened since I last updated my blog! Please see the bulleted list of exciting updates below:
    • The School Board and City Council met in a unique special work session to discuss the potential partnership in an addition of a community center to the middle school project. As a direct result, a second question was approved by the School Board on December 9th and will ask voters to consider adding a three gym station + elevated walking track + two fitness/multi-purpose room + locker room facility to the south side of the middle school. This is different than the first question which simply includes one gym station + small walking track + fitness room + locker room addition that would fulfill the educational needs of the school district. For more information about the project, please visit our "Referendum Central" webpage. 
    • A new payroll and benefits specialist has been hired in the district office. Katie Pekarna-Damlo will provide expertise in these areas. We welcome Katie!
    • The pay 2014 levy has been approved by the board and includes a 10% overall reduction in the school district's portion of local property taxes.
    • The district office has added Facebook and Twitter to its arsenal of communication tools. Please like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ISD717 and follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/ISD717. These sites will provide timely information about district happenings and middle school referendum information.
       
October 24 - November 15
 
  • We had an excellent and energizing recent City and School Partnership Committee meeting. An action plan has been developed that highlights our discussion points and establishes a clear decision making process regarding a potential partnership between the two entities on a walking track, enlarged gymnasium, and expanded fitness area associated with the potential middle school project. Please note that the group has established Monday, November 25th as a date that the School Board will hold a Joint Special Meeting with the City Council at 7:00 PM in the High School Lecture Room. This meeting will be held after our School Board Work Session which will be held at 6:00 PM instead of 6:30 PM. Please reference the School Board Website and Board Book webpage to view agenda items and presentations. We anticipate that this information will be published early during the week of November 18th.
  • The school district is exploring options to refurbish and address long range needs of the school district's athletic spaces. There is an immediate need to address the football field and the condition of the "stadium." More will be shared with the public as we begin receiving cost estimates and building a long range facility use plan.
  • Bossardt Construction has been hired as the construction management firm to assist with the potential middle school project. The focus now turns to aggressively constructing the Review and Comment document for the Minnesota Department of Education and implementing our informational campaign regarding the project in January.
  • With assistance from Chef Marshall O’Brien, our Food Service Director Cheryl Schmeig has applied for a Farm to School Grant through the Minnesota Department of Agriculture. We are excited about the possiblities this grant might present for our district.
  • Thank you to Joe Benko and Kevin Brox for their service on the Jordan School Board.
  • Congratulations and welcome to new members Tom Vogel and Connie Hennen.
  • School district representatives recently attended the Metro ECSU teacher evaluation system training put on by MSBA and EM. The group left the training feeling very good about what is required for us as a district. The best suggestion that was given was to make sure that we “bundle” our efforts to include the evaluation system in our plans to address the following:
    • Jordan’s Strategic Plan
      • Principal and Teacher Evaluation Models
      • World’s Best Workforce
      • Power Standards Unpacking
      • Curriculum Committee Work
      • Development of a 21st Century Curriculum Cycle
      • 1:1 Initiatives
  • We have begun the process of developing our teacher evaluation system with our goal to have it approved by EMJ and the Board by early spring.
  • Please note the new look and changes to the district’s website. The elementary, middle school and high school pages now look very similar to the district page and have unique menu choices based on building preference. The pages are customizable and contain many more “wells” in them that allow for more information to be presented to the public. 

October 5 - October 23
  • The district received word from its financial advisor that the 2004 and 2005 bonds have been successfully sold (refunded). As a result of the sale, the district's taxpayers will save $999,500.00 over the life of the bonds. This is excellent news and will become "official" when the board takes action on two resolutions at the upcoming October 28th special board meeting.
  • The district held a school board candidate forum on Tuesday, October 22nd. In case you missed it live, the forum will air on cable access this weekend on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. We are also working to post it on our website. Please watch for a link. 
    • Remember to get out and vote on Tuesday, November 5th. We have 4 open seats and 5 candidates running for those seats. Incumbents include Deb Pauly, Sandy Burke, and Joe Benko. Challengers include Connie Hennen and Tom Vogel.
  • A contract with Bossardt Construction Management group has been finalized. Work will now begin on the Review and Comment document necessary for the Minnesota Department of Education to grant approval to our potential middle school project.
  • We are working on construction of a middle school project webpage. The materials are being gathered and the site will go up soon. This will become one of the ways that we communicate with the public regarding the project.
  • Parent teacher conferences are in full swing. I encourage all parents to take advantage of the time that you have with the teaching staff members. Our teachers want to be able to connect with 100% of our students' parents.
  • The district has been fine-tuning its School Reach parent communication system.
    • Our lunch account balance calling system is making calls to families with lunch accounts below $10.00 on Sunday evenings.
    • We have also used the system to share information about upcoming school events and procedures.
    • This will become a main system for communicating urgent school closings or delays due to weather during our winter weather months.
    • The system works by pulling all of the phone numbers that exist in our TIES student management system database. If you would like to change the numbers in the system, please call the appropriate building secretary.
  • The Community Coalition is hosting a Safe and Healthy Family Fun Day. Please see the district's main page for information and an ability to register for the "Create a Meal" activity that will be led by Chef Marshall O'Brien and food service director Cheryl Schmeig.
  • The district and city will be holding and city and school partnership meeting on October 30th to continue discussions about the potential partnerships that may be formed as a result of the middle school renovation project. The city and district are exploring fitness areas and a potential walking track.

September 27 - October 4
  • It's been an exciting week since I last entered information into my blog. The following events have taken place:
    • Jordan Schools celebrated Homecoming week with a successful showing by the cross country team at the Waseca Invite, a tennis win over Belle Plaine in the first round of the postseason, and a volleyball win over Sibley East on Thursday night. On Friday, October 4th, the Hubmen football team will work hard to stay in second place in the MRC Conference as they play host to Mayer-Lutheran. A parade and pep fests culminated Homecoming week on Friday, October 4th.
    • The School Board Facilities Sub-Committee interviewed four candidates to serve as the district's construction manager in the upcoming Middle School project referendum and potential building project. On Tuesday, October 8th, the full Board of Education will act on a contract with Bossardt Construction Managers.
    • The Policy Committee continued to meet and aggressively review and revise district policies. All of the policies are being published to the School Board web page.
    • The School and City Partnership Committee met to review a variety of topics regarding the middle school project. There is strong momentum and excitement brewing over the opportunities that we have to provide additional services to our community via a potential community fitness center at the middle school. Stay tuned for future updates and discussion on this topic.

September 4 - September 26
  • School is off to a very nice start. Our enrollment is up approximately 50 students K-12 with a variety of new courses at the secondary level designed to provide students with opportunity for credit via Advanced Placement or College in the Schools.
  • A new transportation page has been added under the "District Information" tab on the district's home web page. Please visit www.jordansd.portal.rschooltoday.com to view the site and access our district's information.
  • Our district's marketing and branding efforts have culminated in a Board approved "Branding Manual." This may also be found on the district's website
  • The district's ECFE program received the Minnesota Department of Education's highest rating of 4 on the "Parent Aware" scale. As a result, the district received approximately $7500 from the state for early childhood family scholarships.
  • I had the wonderful opportunity to attend and help facilitate a conference on 21st Century Educational design recently. I'm excited to incorporate what I learned into our middle school project.

August 24 - September 3
  • The Jordan School Board met in session on Monday, September 26. At the special session of the Board, a resolution was passed authorizing the middle school addition and remodel to appear on the March 11, 2014 ballot. The full workshop and special meeting agenda may be viewed on the district's board web page. Click on the School Board page and the Board Book link to review past agendas. The Power Point describing the basis for the middle school project can be found on the Facility Master Planning link which also can be found on the Board's web page.
  • The City of Jordan and School Board partnership sub-committees met on Tuesday, August 27. A tour of the middle school was given, the Power Point of the middle school project plans was shared, and upcoming School Board and City Council projects and plans were discussed.
  • Workshop week was held during the week of September 26-30 for all JPS staff. Trainings and sessions included the following:
    • ​​​District Welcome and Messages/Vision Presentation
    • Gmail and Google Docs training
    • Identifying the Power Standards Training (Step 1 in the "Unpacking the Standards" process)
    • Professional Learning Community development session with Ken Williams of Solution Tree
    • Annual Policy and Procedures training
    • Motivational/Inspirational speaker
    • Open Houses at all sites
    • Train the trainer mini-courses with the following topics:
      • Use of social media
      • Website design
      • SMARTboard use
      • Flipped classroom design
      • Google Forms Use
      • Google Docs Use
      • CPI refresher training
      • Mental Health training
      • NWEA teacher website use
      • Student response system training
  • We welcomed students back to class on Tuesday, September 3rd! We're glad to see our families and students and appreciate the opportunity to serve Jordan and our surrounding communities. Let's have a great year!
August 10 - August 23
  • Preparations for the school year continued with the final wax put on the hallways in the MS and ES buildings. 
  • Carpets throughout the entire MS building were professionally cleaned by Service Master.
  • The outdoor entry refresher projects were completed including the following:
    • MS retaining wall and shrubbery installation.
    • ES retaining wall and shrubbery installation.
    • New grass seed in bare or low areas at ES and MS.
    • Fresh sand in the ES sandbox.
    • New asphalt in the ES parking lot.
    • New mulch in the play areas at the ES and MS.
  • The annual data retreat was held on August 12th. This is an opportunity for educators, our curriculum director and principals to purposefully evaluate data and set academic goals for the upcoming year. This is a valuable time and a worthwhile process.
  • Jordan Public Schools and St. John's School will be partnering for its food service this year. JPS will cook and provide meals to St. John's.
  • Clifton Larson Allen Auditors were on site reviewing the district's FY 13 financial books.
  • The district's facility committee met and is recommending a $29,345,000 bond election to be held on March 11, 2014 for the purpose of remodeling and adding on to the existing middle school building. The entire building will be renovated to some degree. More will be shared in the coming months regarding this project and the upcoming vote.
July 1 - August 9
  • Jordan Schools continued to prepare for the upcoming school year. All district families should have received a lunch letter and forms to complete for free and reduced lunch options if applicable. If you have any questions about the application or the contents of the mailing, please contact Food Service Director, Ms. Cheryl Schmieg or the District Office by calling 952-492-6200.
  • Jordan Community Education and the Jordan School District sent the mailing of the fall, 2013 Journalist. Residents will find information in this mailing about the district, community education offerings, and ECFE programming.
  • The district's buildings and grounds continue to be cleaned and improved in preparation for the start of the school year. Recently it was discovered that the district's ash trees were infected by an insect that were slowly destroying the trees. All trees that were over 40%-50% damaged were removed. All remaining trees have been treated, thus protecting these trees for a period of 2-3 years. We will continue to treat our ash trees in the future to limit future loss. Additionally, you will see a great deal of landscaping activity at our buildings. The middle school and elementary buildings are receiving new mulch, new shrubs, new retaining walls and a fresh look. Our elementary playground's wood chips have been replaced with rubber mulch and is a very nice, safe playing surface for our pre-K-4th grade students.
  • Our district's website has received a "facelift" with a new academic logo. You will begin to see this logo on all things sent out from the district, including letterhead, thank you cards, memos, business cards, etc. This new logo and image is part of a marketing and branding effort that is occuring in the district.
  • We welcomed Ms. Melissa Barnett as our new Elementary School Principal and Mr. Chad Williams as our new Special Services Director. In addition, Ms. Jessica Taddei has been hired as our new licensed school nurse.
  • The district has subscribed to several new services designed to improve communication and transparency in our district. Listed below are the new additions to our district along with a brief description of their function:
  1. ​School Reach - This is a new communication system that has the capability of using text messages, email messages and voice messages to communicate with parents and community members quickly and effectively. The Journalist has detailed information about this new service. We will be implementing it this fall to communicate information about school closings (when necessary), lunch account balances that fall below $10.00, and many other district happenings. All parents will need to provide phone numbers and emails in order to receive the messages.
  2. Applitrack - An online system to apply for employment opportunities in the district. The link is on the district's website under "Employment Opportunities."
  3. Board Book - A web based Board Meeting compilation system. This allows all of our stakeholders to review Board topics, agendas, minutes and happenings. You may find the link to Board Book on the School Board's web page.

Contact: Matt Helgerson, Superintendent