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Hills-Beaver Creek Superintendent Todd Holthaus recently received a “meets expectations” evaluation for the completed 2019-20 school year. The H-BC school board met in closed session in mid-July for the annual evaluation where Holthaus was rated in six areas. Each area received a numerical ranking...
Molly Schilling, H-BC secondary principal, is selected as superintendent at Adrian Public Schools.
Hills-Beaver Creek High School Principal Molly Schilling will be the new superintendent in the Adrian School District starting July 1. Schilling was selected last week from 12 applicants and was one of three finalists for the position to replace retiring superintendent Roger Graff. Graff announced...
Luverne Schools Superintendent Craig Oftedahl received passing grades during his annual evaluation by School Board members. Each of the seven board members rated Oftedahl on four performance and two professional development goals set last year. Each goal was rated as 1 for unsatisfactory, 2 for...
I’ve worked in schools for 30 years and every fall I am impressed and inspired by the energy of students when they come back to school. It’s an exciting time of year for the kids, for parents and for teachers. The theme for this school year is “Purpose, Passion, Pride … Making a Difference.”...
Luverne Public Schools Superintendent Craig Oftedahl (front) calls out numbers during Monday’s district-wide staff in-service in the Luverne Elementary School Commons. Oftedahl’s message of “Charge!” comes after last year’s message of “Be Great” as still seen on the backs of the red T-shirts given out last year.
A year after he encouraged staff at Luverne Public Schools to “Be Great,” Superintendent Craig Oftedahl inspired employees at Monday’s in-service to continue moving forward positively. Charge! “One word. Very simple,” he said to the 200 people gathered in the Luverne Elementary School commons. “And...
Luverne Public Schools Superintendent Craig Oftedahl holds one of his “LUV Notes.” On Monday he challenged his teaching staff to write a minimum of one note a week to a fellow staff member or student in recognition of a positive act.
In keeping with his school year initiative, “Be Great,” Luverne Public School Superintendent Craig Oftedahl is challenging his teaching staff to write “LUV Notes.” Oftedahl unveiled his idea Thursday night, Oct. 8, to board members as he passed each one of them a white envelope. Inside was a white...
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