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It seems hard to believe, but in Independent School District 15, there was less than six months between school closings last spring and this fall. School was closed April 16 due to snow and then again on November 9 for the same reason. The recent weather events left no doubt that we are indeed in the season of unpredictable and even dangerous weather. It seems prudent to take a moment and remind our students, parents, staff and residents about the process that occurs when determining school closings or delays.

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It never ceases to amaze me how fast time goes by each fall when the new school year begins. The end of our first trimester is only a month away. Parent and teacher conferences at all of our schools have been held and the annual Education Minnesota professional conference in St. Paul has already taken place. Many fall activities and sports are done with their regular seasons and we are in the midst of post-season play. With the new school year off to a great start, I’d like to share with you a very exciting change on the horizon in Independent School District 15.

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