NBAPS School Board
Spring sports athletes and coaches were commended for the level of competitiveness they showed during this year’s North Branch Area High School spring sports season. Here, the coaches and some of their players pose for a photo after they all shook hands with the school board members at the board m...Read More
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At the NBAPS School Board meeting May 14, Activities and Community Education Director Brett Carlson said the district has been “talking about gym usage situations for quite a while.” To ease the wear and tear on high school facilities, a plan has been established to better utilize gym space at t...Read More
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North Branch Area High School Assistant Principal Glen Stevens addressed the School Board April 9, saying that the district has “wonderful athletes and hardworking coaches.” To expound on that sentiment, the winter sports coaches and some of their athletes were asked to appear before the board t...Read More
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By a 4-2 vote Dec. 11, the NBAPS School Board set next school year’s property tax levy. It is a 12 percent increase over this year’s levy, Director of Personnel and Finance Randi Johnson said at the meeting. “The total levy increases 12 percent, but it doesn’t necessarily translate to that l...Read More
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During the recognition portion of the Dec. 11 NBAPS School Board meeting, Activities-Community Education Director Brett Carlson called upon coaches and students in the audience to address the board about their fall sports seasons. The first to step up to the mic was head boys and girls cross-country...Read More
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The NBAPS School Board set its preliminary property tax levy at 12 percent higher than last year’s final levy at the board’s Sept. 25 meeting. School Board Member Randy Westby was the lone member to vote against the measure, stating that he thought 12 percent was too much of an increase. Randi J...Read More
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