Voters in the St. Francis School District elected four representatives to the school board on election night. Two will be newcomers to the board.
Voters who live in the St. Francis School District will be asked to elect four school board members in today’s election.
When voters in St. Francis School District go to the polls Nov. 5 they will be asked to elect four representatives to the St. Francis School Board.
St. Francis High School students and teachers have started their fall classes with a new administrator, Principal Rick Toso.
A week before new classes began this fall in St. Francis School District 15, the Minnesota Department of Education released data on how students performed in tests of math, science and reading taken last spring to measure against established state standards.
As filings closed Aug. 13 for St. Francis School Board seats that are on the Nov. 5 election ballot, six district residents had filed to run for three available four-year terms.
After meeting in closed session June 24 for a review of Ed Saxton’s work in the district’s top post, the St. Francis School Board voted 5-2 to approve a contract that would retain the former St. Francis High School principal in his current role as district superintendent through the 2015-2016 school year.
“Never measure the height of a mountain until you have reached the top. Then you will see how low it was.”
Seven graduation ceremonies fell within seven days between Thursday, May 30 and Tuesday, June 4.