Education

Randi Johnson, North Branch Area Public Schools director of finance and personnel, told the School Board Nov. 13 that this year’s preliminary audit results are in and those numbers are aligning with the finance department’s projections. “The numbers are preliminary – they could change a little bit – but I don’t think that they’d change […]

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Rush City High School will present ‘Murder’s in the Heir’ at 7 p.m. Nov. 21 and 22. Tickets are $4 for students, $6 for adults in advance; $5 per student and $7 per adult at the door; $8 reserve tickets in advance are also available. Tickets can be purchased in the high school office. Turn […]

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This week is American Education Week (EAW), with each day of the week dedicated to specific groups involved in the education of a child, including parents (Nov. 18), education support professionals (Nov. 19), educators (Nov. 20), and substitute educators (Nov. 21). The best part of American Education Week is it recognizes that many play a […]

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North Branch Area High School students, under the direction of Rachel Bigelow, will be presenting “Oklahoma!” at the high school’s Edelstein Auditorium Nov. 20-23. Nov. 20-22, the show times will be at 7 p.m. There will be a matinee showing at 2 p.m. Nov. 23. Tickets can be purchased at North Branch County Market or […]

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Educators from North Branch, Rush City honored as leaders in educational excellence by Sandra Cordie Resource Training & Solutions “Each day you get to pick your attitude. By telling yourself you will have a terrific day, you bring that attitude to school and to your students.” Reneé Rongen shared these words as keynote speaker at […]

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Each fall I use this space to point readers to weather cancellation/delay information, and each year I hope we never have to utilize that option. Until last winter, with its myriad cancellations and delays for dangerously cold temperatures, things had been relatively quiet on the weather front. However, forecasters suggest that this winter may be […]

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