The Board of Education of the Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal No. 615 held its regular June meeting at 6 p.m. on June 18 at the Special Education Annex in Hiawatha.
The USD 415 School Board met on Tuesday morning and voted to approve a revision to the 2018-19 school year budget, after a late adjustment from the state regarding virtual credits.
The USD 415 School Board voted Monday evening to hire Educational Consulting Services to put together a long term facilities plan for the district, which put to rest for the time being the ongoing discussion of whether or not to move part of the high school’s shop into the wrestling room.
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, and as part of the Consent Agenda, filled many of the district’s vacancies with new hirings.
After holding a late-May special meeting to accept the resignation of Horton High School principal Fred Winter, the USD 430 met on Monday evening, and agreed to move current Athletic Director Larry Mills into the principal position, while bumping Nick Dowell into a role as Assistant AD.
Jodi Twombly and Kylee Reschke of the Hiawatha Youth Basketball League were present at Monday evening’s USD 415 School Board meeting to present a check of $11,500 to the district.
The USD 415 School Board met Monday evening, with two board members absent, and heard an update from District Maintenance Coordinator Matt Cluck on recent projects within the district. Cluck also discussed potential future projects and received feedback from the board.
After an Executive Session at their Monday evening meeting, the USD 415 School Board voted to offer the position of Hiawatha Elementary School Principal to Paul Carver of McPherson.
Administrators across USD 415 have been busy the last few weeks visiting career fairs at local universities, as the district begins its annual process of replacing outgoing teachers and administrators.
The USD 415 School Board met March 11 and voted to approve a new nearly $110,000 district-wide math curriculum.
The board of education of the Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal No. 615 held its regular March meeting at 6 p.m. on March 6 at the Special Education Annex in Hiawatha.
The Board of Education of Brown County Kansas Special Education Interlocal No. 615 held its regular February Board of Education meeting at 6 p.m. on Feb. 13 at the Special Education Annex in Hiawatha.
Weather-delayed from Monday evening, the Hiawatha School Board held its rescheduled February meeting on Wednesday night as Darren Arment addressed the board, requesting changes to the HHS shop curriculum, as well as potential changes to the HMS technology curriculum.
Superintendent Lonnie Moser took a moment at Wednesday evening’s meeting of the USD 415 school board to address the concern many people have that the school is running out of snow days for the 2018-19 school year and will need to add days to compensate.
The USD 430 School Board met last Monday evening for their regular January meeting, the first of 2019. The meeting opened with an Impact Aid Public Hearing, and with no comments from the public, the Board voted to approve the 2019-20 Impact Aid application.
At Monday night’s meeting, the Hiawatha School Board took some time to review an issue that came up over the weekend concerning snow removal prior to the Youth Basketball League last Saturday.
Hiawatha’s own AquaSox, a six-person team of HMS fifth-graders led by instructor Nolan Sump, visited the USD 415 School Board on Monday evening, to present their work on the National Geographic GeoChallenge Competition.
The USD 430 School Board met last Monday for their final meeting of 2018. Board Members Jason Smith, Jacob Bruning, Jamie Bottom, Kate Ross, Richard Lovelady, Laurence Berger and Jason Selland were present, along with Superintendent Jason Cline.
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, with two members of the board absent as they heard good news on the district’s audit and approved the master contract with teachers.
The USD 430 School Board met last Monday, and brought an end to their unsettled Athletic Director situation at the high school, as they hired Larry Mills to fill the position starting immediately. Mills will also fill the role of HHS head golf coach.
The Board of the South Brown County school district met last Monday, with much discussion going into the proposed stadium project.
The USD 415 School Board met last Monday, and after an executive session at the end of the meeting, approved a 3.72 percent raise for the district’s classified staff. All board members were present for the vote, after Dr. Pete Rosa joined the meeting at 8.
The USD 430 School Board met Monday evening, accepting one resignation and hiring four new staff members during the course of their meeting.
The Hiawatha USD 415 School District unveiled a new website prior to the current academic year and for the most part the input from the community has been positive.
The USD 415 School Board met Aug. 13, and with all board members present, approved the 2018-19 school budget. While the budget was up for public hearing, no concerns or discussion were brought forward by either the public or board members, and the budget passed unanimously.
A budget has been presented and approved for publication, as the Hiawatha School Board met last Tuesday evening, bringing the 2018-19 proposed budget one step closer to finalization.
A budget has been presented and approved for publication, as the Hiawatha School Board met on Tuesday evening, bringing the 2018-19 proposed budget one step closer to finalization.
Early childhood education is the key to success for a student entering kindergarten.
The USD 430 South Brown County School Board met last Monday evening, and ended the meeting approving the hires of two new long-term substitute teacher for the school year, along with a new first grade teacher and a para/tutor.
USD 415 Maintenance Director Matt Cluck updated the Hiawatha School Board on Monday evening on ongoing projects around the district. Cluck said that all of the planned summer work is on track to finish on time, and also brought one new item to the Board’s attention.
At the first meeting of USD 415’s 2018-2019 school year, the Hiawatha School Board selected Ian Schuetz to serve as board president.
The USD 430 South Brown County School Board met on Monday evening, and with one board member absent, accepted the resignation of Horton High School football coach Nick Dowell, who will return next year as an assistant on the team.
Hiawatha Police Chief John Defore was present at Monday evening’s school board meeting to discuss with board members the potential of the school adding a School Resource Officer.
The Hiawatha School Board held a special meeting at 8:30 on Friday morning, coming to a final decision on the track debate that has been a subject of much discussion over the past few months, and also filling two teaching positions.
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, and with all board members present, heard presentations from potential contractors regarding the high school track.
The USD 430 School Board met on Monday evening, with Board Members Jason Smith, Jacob Bruning, Jamie Bottom, Kate Ross, Richard Lovelady, Jason Selland and Laurence Berger present, along with Superintendent Jason Cline.
Time may be running out on another season, as the USD 415 School Board has been cautious in weighing the financial ramifications of regarding replacing of the Hiawatha High School track.
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, with all members present, along with Superintendent Lonnie Moser. The meeting served as a bit of a lead up to this summer’s budget meetings, as requests for funds and discussions of potential expenses were heard early and often.
The Hiawatha school district selected its next middle school principal at Monday night’s USD 415 School Board meeting, announcing that Horton native and current HMS counselor Kyley Gatz will take over the position at the start of the next school year.
After a closed door session at a special school board meeting on Wednesday evening, Superintendent Lonnie Moser announced that the district would be hiring rural Powhattan resident Lori Fordyce to a one-year contract for the 2018-19 school year as the new Hiawatha High School principal.
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening for the first time 2018, and all board members, along with Superintendent Lonnie Moser were present. The board heard from Mize Houser & Company representative Jonathan Nibarger via speakerphone, who reported on the recent audit his company …
After a meeting to approve the district’s Impact Aid Application, the USD 430 School Board met for their first regular meeting of 2018 on Monday evening. Board members Jason Smith, Jacob Bruning, Jamie Bottom, Kate Ross, Richard Lovelady, Laurence Berger and Jason Selland were present, along…
The School Board of the South Brown County school district met on Monday evening, and accepted notices of retirement at the end of the school year for Connie Yaussi and Dora Miller, as well as the resignation of Kristen Fassnacht and Kerrie Howard as HHS volleyball coaches, with these change…
The Hiawatha School Board met on Monday evening, with all board members present, as the school recognized the 2017 Class 3A State Champion Lady Red Hawks along with Kansas 3A Coach of the Year Becky Shamburg.
The Hiawatha School Board met last Monday evening, and with all members present, approved the use of the school’s name and mascot for a clay pigeon shooting team, that while not associated with the school, will operate under the Red Hawk banner.
The USD 415 school board met on Monday evening, and a contingent of supporters were present to request permission for a new school sport: competitive trap shooting.
Hiawatha’s school enrollment is up for the second year in a row.
The Horton School Board met Monday night with board members Jason Smith, Jacob Bruning, Tim McClaskey, Gregg Dishon, Laurence Berger and Jason Selland were present, with Richard Lovelady absent, with Superintendent Jason Cline also on hand.
The USD 430 School Board met on Monday evening for their regular August meeting, with some final business to handle before the beginning of the school year.
At Monday evening’s meeting of the Hiawatha School Board, the group rescinded their previously approved budget to return to a mill levy neutral slate heading into the new school year.