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All day every day kindergarten is coming this fall to Rush City. The Rush City School Board unanimously agreed to provide all-day everyday kindergarten beginning with the 2013-14 school year during a special school board meeting May 29 at the high school. Brenda Nessel made the motion, which was seconded by Justin Wood. Board members [...]

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  A respectful yet pointed plea on the part of parents not wanting to lose their children’s fourth-grade teacher encouraged the Rush City School Board to reconsider its previous vote on Thursday night, May 16. One mother, Michelle Anderson, stood before the board and spoke on behalf of fellow parents and students who felt stunned [...]

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A new face has joined the Rush City School Board. Local resident, father and county law enforcement officer Justin Wood received the nomination with unanimous support during a special school board meeting May 8 at the high school. He will take the oath of office at the regular May 16 meeting when he’ll begin serving [...]

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The Rush City School Board on April 18 decided to seek applications rather than nominating someone to fill the board seat vacated by Channa Tastsides. Tastsides, who served on the board for 3 1/2 years, turned in her resignation due to her family moving to Cambridge. In March, board members accepted her resignation and declared [...]

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The Rush City School Board is keeping its eyes peeled for a good fit to fill an upcoming vacancy on the board. Meanwhile, school security remains a top issue of discussion, especially with the latest concern involving a 13-year-old student who reportedly was in possession of a “hit list.”  On probation for another matter at [...]

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The Rush City School Board is doing its part to make sure students and staff are kept safe at school. In an effort to keep all school visitors accounted for, the board on Feb. 21 agreed to remodel the main entry/office areas at both the high school and elementary school. Superintendent Vern Koepp said the [...]

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