Upsala School Board
By JENNIE ZEITLER Staff Writer Amid the constant changes of the health insurance industry, the Upsala School Board has made some changes to employee health care compensation. Following a presentation by John Holthaus of Primary Benefit Services in Little Falls and Rudy Allebach of HR Simplified in M...Read More
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Other business that came before the Upsala School Board March 27 included: • Extending congratulations to the the boys and girls basketball teams and coaches. “We have been receiving many compliments about their sportsmanship,” said Supt. Gery Arndt. “I can’t say enough about the support w...Read More
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By JENNIE ZEITLER Staff Writer jennie.zeitler@ecm-inc.com The Upsala School District received bids from two firms for replacement of both of the school’s boilers. The Board voted to accept the bid from Twin Cities Boiler Repair in St. Michael for $22,500. This was nearly half of the second bid of ...Read More
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Other business that came before the Upsala School Board Jan. 23, included: • Learning that the inaugural induction of members into the Swanville Hall of Fame will be held Saturday, Feb. 16, between the girls and boys basketball games and will include Stanley Nordin, 1937; Dave Holmen, 1954; Ralph ...Read More
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By JENNIE ZEITLER Staff Writer jennie.zeitler@ecm-inc.com The Jan. 23 Upsala School Board meeting brought resolution to board members and teachers alike as both the current and upcoming teacher contracts were approved and signed following approximately 18 months of negotiation. “It was a long proc...Read More
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Other business that came before the Upsala School Board Nov. 28, included: • Listening to a report given by sixth-grader Quade Evounik about the recent 52nd annual book fair. The sales were $4,587.96, of which 25 percent goes to the school. Prize money from Scholastic is more than $1,000. “We th...Read More
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