Staff cuts, Lincoln future on school board agenda
The Clinton School Board will decide on a number of initiatives on Monday that will affect next school year including staff reductions and whether to close the Lincoln campus and move students to a building adjacent to Clinton High School.
Easton Valley looking at option in wake of lawsuit
Easton Valley School District officials are preparing a response to the recent lawsuit filed by Northeast School District and are carefully considering any partnerships with the district as litigation continues.
Clinton School Board wrestles with budget
Caught between a goal to lower taxes and the uncertainty of state funding, Clinton School Board members are grappling with a conditional $17 levy for next fiscal year.
CHS drop-out rate improves
Clinton graduation rates increased by 5 percent last year, more than five times the statewide increase.
Prince of Peace Schools receive donation for the classroom
Representatives from Hy-Vee presented Prince of Peace Schools with a new SMART board Monday morning.
Northeast files suit against new district
The Northeast Community School District has filed suit against the Easton Valley Community School District because the newly created district won’t continue a whole-grade sharing agreement between East Cental and Northeast schools.
Northeast preps for referendum
Northeast School District residents will have the chance to vote on a $7.5 million bond to provide additions to Northeast High School.
16 positions on Clinton School District’s cut list
The Clinton School District could lose roughly 16 positions next school year in order to manage an $866,000 budget shortfall caused by lowered enrollment.
Dozens attend meeting to support Lincoln
An ardent call in support of Lincoln High School echoed through the Whittier Elementary School library on Monday night.
McAleer hired as school district’s CFO
The Clinton School District has selected Cindy McAleer to serve as the chief financial officer for the district.
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