Northeast looks ahead to bond referendum
On April 2 a special election will be held to decide a $7.5 million bond referendum to support new athletic fields, new parking areas (about 120-140 spaces), and a new science and athletic wing.
West Carroll cuts 12 positions
The West Carroll Board of Education approved cutting 12 employees following a lengthy meeting and closed session discussion Wednesday night.
Teachers, other positions cut in River Bend
Three teacher positions were eliminated by the River Bend Board of Education on Monday night.
Camanche School Board works to set budget
Rox Aude didn’t want to assume anything that the Iowa State Legislature would or wouldn’t do when formulating allowable growth for local school districts.
Clinton board agrees on budget reductions
Two weeks after deciding not to proceed with a list of proposed budget cuts in front of it, the Clinton School Board on Monday night voted to slice $667,000 from its fiscal year 2014 budget, a cut that was not as deep as the one proposed by the district’s superintendent and chief financial officer.
School board will discuss cuts tonight
The Clinton School Board will meet in two sessions tonight, first a work session and then a special board meeting, to ultimately work toward reducing expenses in the fiscal year 2014 budget.
Thomson school building’s fate to be decided
Discussion is continuing on whether the West Carroll Intermediate School building in Thomson will be closed.
Eagle Heights turn lane to be complete by fall
Several years after the Clinton School District started developing plans for a turn lane into Eagle Heights Elementary School, the Iowa Department of Transportation and the city of Clinton have agreed to move forward with the project.
Clinton School District staffing cuts put on hold
More discussion is necessary before the Clinton School Board can make staff cuts, board members decided Monday.
Lincoln future up in the air
The Lincoln alternative program will change next year, but whether that change involves shuttering the Lincoln building remains unclear after Clinton School Board members on Monday voted down a resolution to relocate the program to a building adjacent to Clinton High School.
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