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Enrollment Up in USD 415
09/12/2017

Image and video hosting by TinyPic School Board President Pete Rosa presented certificates of recognition to elementary school art teacher Katie Miller (left) and high school custodian Corbin Gray (right) during Monday's Board meeting.

(KNZA)--For the second school year in a row, enrollment is up in the Hiawatha school district.

Superintendent Lonnie Moser reviewed preliminary enrollment numbers for the 2017-18 school year during Monday evening’s Board of Education meeting.

Moser says they show a total headcount of 918 students, up 7 students from last school year at this time.   That includes 382 elementary school students, 285 middle school students and 251 high school students.

The official enrollment count will be taken September 20th.

In other business, Board President Pete Rosa presented certificates of recognition to two staff members—elementary school art teacher Katie Miller and high school custodian Corbin Gray.

Miller has been selected by the Kansas Art Education Association as the 2017 Outstanding Elementary Art Educator.  She will be honored during the Association’s fall conference October 20th in McPherson.

Gray was nominated for recognition for his outstanding service.

In a follow-up to last month’s facilities tour, the Board voted to allow District Maintenance Coordinator Matt Cluck to obtain bids for repair of the bus barn.  The Board also directed Cluck to obtain different options for repair of the high school track for the Board to look over.

 

 

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