Royalton school board
By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent A new contract for Supt. Jon Ellerbusch, covering the 2015-2018 school years, was approved by the Royalton School Board at its meeting, March 16. Ellerbusch had prepared a comparison chart showing salary and benefits for the superintendents of eight unnamed district...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Royalton School District Supt. Jon Ellerbusch and Jay Cameron of Architects Rego + Youngquist (ARY) of St. Louis Park presented a request for a conditional use permit (CUP) to the Royalton City Council, March 3. A proposed addition to the south end of the Royalton E...Read More
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By Jennie Zeitler, Correspondent Following lengthy discussion and the firm disagreement of two board members, the Royalton School Board approved the 2015-2016 school calendar, which includes a start date of Monday, Aug. 31 (teachers will start Aug. 24). “We requested special permission from the s...Read More
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By Kerry Drager, Correspondent The Royalton School Board continues to work with the community, staff members and architects in developing a suitable plan for a new addition to the high school. There were many options to choose from but the board had narrowed it down to one. “Moving the preschool ...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer The Royalton School Board approved the 2014 levy at a 4.8 percent increase at the School Board meeting, Dec. 16. The total levy will be $1.125 million. This is the amount that was aproved in the preliminary levy. A public hearing was held prior to the regular board me...Read More
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Staff Writer [email protected]   The Royalton School Board discussed possible actions following an Oct. 14 incident at the middle/high school. The Board heard details of the incident at its meeting, Monday. A young man had entered the school and spent a few minutes in the commons area...Read More
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by Jennie Zeitler, Staff Writer During the most recent legislative session, the state of Minnesota gave local school boards the authority to convert up to $300 per adjusted pupil unit from a voter-approved referendum authority to a Board-approved referendum authority. The tax increase could potentia...Read More
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