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USD 415 board welcomes new members
01/13/2022

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha School Board welcomed two new members when they held their first regular meeting of the new year Monday evening.

Roni Tietjens and Jim Robidoux took their seats on the board after being sworn in by Brown County Clerk Dawn Boyles.

The other new board member, Jacquie Kerl, was unable to attend Monday's meeting.

Tietjens fills the seat vacated by John Wright and Robidoux fills the seat vacated by Keith Erdley. Both didn't seek re-election.

Kerl defeated board member Andrea Groth in the November general election. Groth was appointed in July 2020 to fill the unexpired term of Dr. Pete Rosa.

In other business, the board approved a modification to the start time for board meetings.

Beginning with next month's regular meeting, they will be moved up a half-hour to 6:30 p.m.

The change will remain in place through the current fiscal year.

 

 

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