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Falls City School Board meets
02/14/2020

(KLZA)  - The Falls City School Board Monday night learned from Superintendent Tim Heckenlively that the Sixpence Program earned top marks during the annual qualify improvement monitoring visit in January.

The Falls City Public School program is meeting the goals and expectations of Sixpence while providing a quality early childhood program for the community of Falls City according to the assessment report.

The Board also approved a teaching contract for the 2020-21 school year for Jimmy Robidoux to be the Falls City High school Spanish instructor.  He will replace Maria De Merlo who is resigning. 

The Board also accepted the resignation of administrative assistant and paraeducator Lynne Davis.

The school calendar for the 2020-21 school year was approved. The first day back for students will be August 13 with the final day of school for the year on May 20th, 2021. 

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