Watertown-Mayer School Board

For the second year in a row, Watertown-Mayer superintendent Dave Marlette received high marks from the Watertown-Mayer school board during his annual review. On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best, Marlette received an overall score of 4.8. The review was conducted in closed session during the June 24 school board […]

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The Watertown-Mayer School board officially voted to eliminate diving from the district’s high school swimming and diving program during its June 10 meeting. By a 5-2 vote, with Jeff Jackson and Jennifer Hoover opposing the motion, the board approved Athletic Director Mary Haugen’s proposal to phase out the boys’ diving program over the next three […]

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During its regular April meeting, the Watertown-Mayer School Board emphasized that in appointing a new member, it would be important to find somebody with a trait, skill, or quality that the board didn’t already possess. The board certainly got what it hoped for last week in the four candidates that ultimately interviewed for the seat […]

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The Watertown-Mayer School board appointed Mayer resident Jeff Jackson to fill the seat recently vacated after Therese Salonek’s resignation. The board made the decision late Monday night during a special meeting that included interviews with Jackson and three other candidates: Gerald Bruner, Erin Blair and Julie Sweeney, all of Watertown, and all of whom brought […]

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The decision whether to dive during high school swim meets in Watertown used to be left up visiting coaches, athletes and parents. Now, the decision is in the hands of the Watertown-Mayer School Board. A large audience filled the room April 22 at the school board’s monthly meeting in anticipation of high school athletic director […]

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The Watertown-Mayer School Board officially recognized former School Board member Therese Salonek during its April 22 meeting, presenting her with a certificate of appreciation for her 10 years of service on the board. Salonek resigned in March when she and her husband Ted adopted a child from China. The child is the third that the […]

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