CROOKSTON SCHOOL BOARD TO DECIDE ON SCHOOL LEARNING MODEL TUESDAY

The Crookston School Board will meet Tuesday evening at 5 p.m. in the choir/orchestra room at Crookston High School (CHS).  The board will be adopting a base learning model for the 2020-2021 school year from the Minnesota Stay Safe Learning Plan.

Also included on the agenda is the adoption of Policy 808 – COVID-19 Face Covering Policy, bus route software, substitute teacher pay increase, and approving a long-term substitute teaching position for 2020-2021. The consent agenda includes approving the July 27 meeting minutes, approving current bills and personnel items.

The personnel items include resignation letters from Laurie Wagner, school nurse, Ramona Erickson, an instructional aide at Washington Elementary School (WES), Cheryl Bingham, a paraprofessional at Highland Elementary School (HES), Anna Hviding, a paraprofessional at WES, and Mike Delorme, bus driver and mechanic. The board will approve employment with Lorraine Aquino-Corona as a paraprofessional, Joyce Aubol as a kitchen helper at CHS, Frank (Nick) Caputo as a paraprofessional, Stacey Grunewald as the licensed school nurse, Mary Ramirez as a paraprofessional, Tanya Reitmeier as a third-grade teacher at HES, Katya Zepeda de Obisakin as Hispanic Liaison, and Brandon Boetcher as a paraprofessional. The final personnel items are approving lane advancement requests and the fall coaching staff.

Reports will be given to the board by Superintendent Jeremy Olson, WES Principal Denice Oliver, HES Principal Chris Trostad, and CHS Principal Eric Bubna.