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Justin Wood withdraws from school board election Rush City schools has learned it has the support of a local domestic violence organization that is willing to lend a helping hand to students, families and the staff at school. With October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Rush City School Board Sept. 19 listened to a […]

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An incumbent, a recent appointee and three new faces have filed for three four-year-term seats on the Rush City School Board that are for up for election in November. Filing by the Aug. 13 deadline were recent appointee Justin Wood, incumbent Brian Anderson, Matt Perreault, Scott C. Anderson and Teri Umbreit. Brian Anderson’s first term […]

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RC school board approves $300 per student levy thanks to Legislature allowing such authority without voter approval The Rush City School Board on July 18 approved a resolution authorizing a board-approved levy of $300 per student for five years beginning with taxes payable in 2014. Board members reviewed financial information prepared by Ehlers & Associates, […]

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The Rush City School Board on June 20 approved the fiscal year 2014 preliminary budget as presented by district business manager Laureen Frost and Superintendent Vern Koepp. Board members also agreed to keep the noon transportation service for preschool students and families for the 2013-14 school year. With the costs involved, along with all-day, every-day […]

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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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