St. Croix River Education District

  The community took advantage of an open house event Jan. 16 at the new St. Croix River Education District facility in downtown Rush City. The office building, 425 Dana Ave. S., houses 40-some of SCRED’s 60 employees inside a 12,000 square foot building, designed with offices along the sides with a sizeable training room […]

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An open house has been scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 16 for the new St. Croix River Education District office building in Rush City. The public is invited to stop by and take a tour from 3-5:30 p.m.; refreshments will be provided. The new SCRED facility is located at 425 Dana Ave. S. in the downtown […]

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Every January, school board members determine community assignments and their positioning on the government body. In July, they organize financial and legal matters for the coming fiscal year, which is exactly what occurred on July 19. Board members agreed to keep regular board meetings on the third Thursday of the month beginning at 7 p.m. […]

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By Jon Tatting— Rush City schools is taking a big step into the world of technology with an initiative that starts with putting iPads into the hands of fifth graders and their teachers next school year. Mary Kurvers, the district’s technology specialist, along with fifth-grade teachers Sue Williams, Lori Nelson and Kim Erdman, presented the […]

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By Jon Tatting— The St. Croix River Education District is planning to construct a 12,000 square foot office building for many of its 50-plus employees in downtown Rush City. Estimated at $1.3 million, the facility will be built on the lots that housed the former SCRED and Creekside Pizza buildings. For this to happen, the […]

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By Jon Tatting— The city of Rush City is hoping a land deal worth a single buck will generate a boost to the downtown business scene. The city council, meeting in unusual form March 1 at the high school library, agreed to sell the city-owned property at 425 S. Dana Ave. to the St. Croix […]

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