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By Lori Sorenson The filing period closed at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16, for candidates interested in running for upcoming school board, small cities and some township elections. The Star Herald went to press Tuesday afternoon, but here’s the information as of 3 p.m.   School boards In the Luverne...
Luverne School District will pay off its elementary school construction debt in December of 2017, prompting long-range planning for other facility projects. In a Thursday evening workshop school board members listened to experts in school finance and educational facility planning as they decide the...
Instead of recognizing only the top ten graduating students in the class based on grades, Luverne High School will name students of distinction based on one of three honor designations. “The Top Ten was essentially a competition among classmates that focused on outdoing each other,” said Principal...
Betty Mann
The following appeared in the Rock County Herald on October 24, 1924:   COUNTY SCHOOLS RECEIVE STATE AID APPROPRIATION County Auditor Olaf Skyberg this week received notice from State Auditor Chase as to the amount of state appropriation as school aid which Rock county will receive. This sum is $11...
Several building improvements will greet students when they return to classes at Luverne Public Schools this fall. With almost $500,000 to spend on facilities this year, district officials have made use of about 57 percent of the funds or about $289,000 so far. Included in that amount are recently...
Hustoft receives SDSU scholarship Monaya Hustoft, Luverne, will receive the Phillis C. Hanskutt scholarship in visual arts for the upcoming academic year at South Dakota State University in Brookings. Hustoft, a sophomore graphic design major, is the daughter of Shawn Hustoft and Brad Hustoft.  ...
Sgt. Troy Christianson
Q: My son is involved in school patrol at his school and I would like to know more about Legionville School Patrol Camp.  A: There is a lot of information about Legionville School Patrol Training Camp. The Camp is where school patrol students are taught the fundamentals of school patrol, school bus...
UND Spring 2016 graduation Two area students graduated from The University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, at commencement ceremonies this spring. Ethan Rozeboom, Hills, earned his Juris Doctor, School of Law, at the UND School of Law graduation event May 7. Brittany Nichols, Luverne, earned her...
Stacey Rolling reads a five-page document urging school board members not to support a resolution to terminate probationary teacher Allison Eitreim.
In a 5-1 vote the Luverne School Board voted not renew the contract of one its special education teachers as recommended by the elementary principal. That action was taken Thursday night among more than 40 people who gathered in the middle/high school media center for the public meeting. Board...
A teacher has filed a grievance against Luverne Public Schools over how earned graduate credits were applied to the district’s salary schedule. According to Superintendent Craig Oftedahl, the grievance was filed in October and an arbitration hearing took place April 27. As a result of the daylong...

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