Waconia School Board
Nancy Wittman was introduced as the new elementary principal for ISD #110’s new elementary school during the Waconia School Board’s regular meeting on Monday, April 13. The search resulted in 65 applicants, eight of which were selected for the first round of interviews. Wittman was one of four f...Read More
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Although large scale projects like the construction of a new elementary school and the renovations of the Clearwater Middle School and the Waconia High School buildings loom on the horizon, the Waconia School Board learned about several relatively smaller upcoming capital improvement projects during...Read More
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An update on plans relating to the construction of the new elementary school and the process for hiring that building’s new principal were among the discussion items at the Waconia School Board meeting on Feb. 9. In terms of the construction update, a brief presentation was given by Jennifer Ander...Read More
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Although ISD #110 is in the midst of winter vacation, the Waconia School Board has been busy in recent weeks. In recent action, the board approved the 2014 Payable 2015 final levy, approved a bond refinance that will save district taxpayers approximately $2 million, and selected an architect for the...Read More
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While voters are paying close attention to the many local, state and federal races that will be decided in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4, it’s important for residents of ISD #110 to remember that there is a referendum question on the ballot that, pass or fail, will have serious implicati...Read More
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For the Waconia School Board, four Director positions will be contested in the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 4. All four seats are four-year terms and incumbents Mike Bullis, Keith Griffin, Brian Rothstein, and John Weinand are all running unopposed. As part of this newspaper’s coverage for th...Read More
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