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Matt Perreault, Teri Umbreit and Scott Anderson took the oath of office to begin their initial terms as board members at the Jan. 16 Rush City School Board meeting. Administering the oath was Stefanie Folkema, who will resume her post as board chairperson for the year. The board also unanimously approved Scott Tryon as vice [...]

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School Board Members Carol Cook and Brian Anderson recognized for years of service at their last meeting The Rush City School Board on Dec. 19 approved the 2014 property tax levy at $1.83 million, reflecting a 3.18 percent increase over this year’s levy. In dollars and cents, the levy amounts to a $56,353 increase following [...]

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The Rush City School Board on Nov. 21 reviewed test results indicating students are meeting or exceeding academic growth targets, yet there is room for improvement. Kindle Perkins, outcomes manager for the St. Croix River Education District, reviewed student proficiency marks from the Minnesota Comprehensive Assessments, Measures of Academic Progress and General Outcome Measures. The [...]

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The Rush City School Board will welcome three new members following yesterday’s election. Matt Perreault was the top voter getter with 95 votes, while Teri Umbreit and Scott C. Anderson received 85 votes apiece. The seats involve terms of four years each. And contrary to the initial report on this website, incumbent Brian Anderson will not [...]

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One incumbent and three new faces are running for Rush City School Board in the November election. Matt Perreault, Teri Umbreit, Scott Anderson, incumbent Brian Anderson and three write-in spaces will be found on the ballot; voters will be prompted to select up to three for terms of four years each. Justin Wood, who was [...]

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Rush City schools may be fine tuning the district’s mission statement and five main goals this year. At its Oct. 17 meeting, the School Board agreed by consensus to ask the Board Advisory Committee to review the current language, offer suggestions and send it back to the board for further action. “We look at this [...]

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