read more MVCSD is excited to start the 2016-2017 school year with a new form of communication.
Please bring lunch money to the office this morning. Please join our school administrators to see the great things happening at our school and a vision of our future. read more 2016-2017 School Board Members NAME DISTRICT TERM EXPIRES Heidi Baker At-Large 2017 Jennifer Coleman At-Large 2019 Steve Copeland, President #1 2019 Mike Davis #2 2019 Jared Greiner #5 2017 Greg Millikin, Vice-President #4 .
Please clean out your lockers before you leave for break. read more We want to give the community the opportunity to get a first-hand look at what improvements have been made, as well as, get a look at what the current facilities have to offer. read more A slight chance of freezing rain before 2am, then a slight chance of rain or freezing rain between 2am and 4am, then a slight chance of rain after 4am.
I want to share these with you along with a picture of several of the ways that USD 417 is working to meet the state’s outcomes. Approximately 8.4 million of these jobs 11.5 million jobs went to workers with a bachelor’s . Sure, smartphone technology seems to be part of everyday life. read more In recent years, Kansas public schools have been thrust into political and legal battles and even been used in the so-called culture wars.
Yet concerns like the cost, data charges, cyberbullying , and possible access to . What’s remarkable is that during this turmoil, Kansas teachers, parents and education advocates continue to perform the day-in day-out work that has produced a top-notch public school system. read more What is happening at the Kansas Reading Ranch Roundup?
Across the state more than 700 sworn and civilian employees provide traffic, investigative, administrative and support services to the citizens of Nebraska.
From our agency motto "Pro Bono Publico- For the Good of the Public", to our Core Values, we strive to provide law enforcement services of the highest quality to ensure a safe and secure Nebraska for the citizens and visitors of our state.
Recently I wrote a series of articles in regards to the USD 417 Board of Education Goals for the 2016-17 school year. read more A recent national report published by the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce found that 99% of the job growth that has occurred since 2008 has gone to workers with some post-secondary education.
The Kansas State Board of Education has also recently established a policy paper outlining guiding principles for the state. Of the 11.6 million jobs created since 2008, 11.5 million went to workers with more than a high school diploma. read more Especially at this gift-giving time of year, many parents might be questioning, just what age is “old enough” for a cell phone?
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