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Fri
06
Jun

Siblings advance to state golf meet

 

Determination pays off for Carter and 

Morgan Kranz

 

 

by RANDY OLSON

Fri
06
Jun

Bergman, Schreiner recommended for AD post

 

With Rick Fischer retiring at the end of the year, Superintendent Dan Brooks recommends using three teachers to split 

athletic director and community education duties

 

Fri
30
May

Volunteers arrive in Sauk Centre to build new Kingdom Hall

 

by BRYAN ZOLLMAN

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
23
May

Board hears on staffing, budget issues

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Mon
19
May

B-B-E school board decides on flexible schedule


Once the concept is retired in 2015, Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa will have utilized the four-day school week for four years since it was adopted in the fall of 2011.

by Randy Olson

At a regular school board meeting for Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa on Monday at the high school auditorium, the decision was made to revert back to a five-day schedule beginning in the 2015-16 school year.

For 2014-15, the district will take time to restructure the schedule, transportation issues and the added budget costs while holding to a four-day schedule for one additional year.

Check out the May 22 issue of the Sauk Centre Herald to read more.

Fri
16
May

Ambulance service to get new home

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
09
May

Maschler accepts new position in Elk River

 

Karen Maschler, who has been the elementary principal in Sauk Centre for almost a decade, has accepted a new position in the Elk River School District, according to an email received from Superintendent Dan Brooks Tuesday morning. Maschler notified staff of her decision.

She is the second principal to head to another district in the past month. Secondary principal Belinda Selfors recently accepted the superintendent position in the Hayfield School District.

Fri
02
May

Streeters win - Funk, Froseth lead Streeters past Montevideo

 

 

by RANDY OLSON

STAFF WRITER

 

Fri
25
Apr

Homeowners can stop letting water run to avoid frozen pipes

 

The Sauk Centre Public Utilities Commission says that people can stop letting their water run to avoid frozen water lines.

They had encouraged homeowners to run a pencil-sized stream of water to avoid frozen lines. However, the PUC advises homeowners to still monitor their water temperature to make sure it is at least 40 degrees.

Mon
21
Apr

School board meeting tonight

The second regular Sauk Centre school board meeting is tonight (Monday, April 21) at 7:30 p.m. at the secondary school media center. Reports will be given by Superintdent Dan Brooks about the district's Q Comp application to the Minnesota Department of Education as well as an application to MDE for a new Integration and Achievement program in conjunction with area school districts.

Continued review and discussion of the budget cuts will also take place at the meeting. Last Thursday the board heard about new financial figures and options for potential budget cuts. The new list stands about $70,000 to $75,000 short of the targeted figure of $300,000 that the district seeks to trim from the budget.

It's all set to begin at about 8 p.m. after the meeting is closed from 7:30 p.m. for up to 30 minutes for the board to hear student-specific education data. The closing of the meeting is ursuant to Minnesota Statute 13D.01.

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