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Several Area School Districts Make Personnel Changes

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USD 380 Vermillion recently hired Mischel D. Miller as Superintendent. She is Assistant Superintendent of Secondary Operations at Dodge City, and will replace Richard Flores, who is retiring. USD 113 Prairie Hills last week hired Duane Ford as K-12 Principal at Axtell. He had previously taught science at Wetmore, and most recently was teaching, with administrative duties in Bourbon County. ...

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USD 113 Prairie Hills Schedules Meetings; Discusses Resignations & Staff Reductions

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The USD 113 School Board will meet Monday evening at 7 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Axtell School Gym. A full agenda of business is slated, including consideration of resignation of Axtell Principal and Boys Basketball Coach Lucas Dalinghaus, among others. Opportunity for public comment is included in the agenda. A special board meeting is to be ...

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Unofficial Area Election Results – April 7, 2015

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Voters Tuesday elected Lanny Carpenter to the Marysville USD 364 School Board, unseating incumbent Betty Temple 600 votes to 341, Jeff Ottens tallied 81. Carla Grund was elected Marysville Mayor, holding off a write in challenge for Todd Frye 508 – 291, without advance ballots, and awaiting a final unofficial count, which is not expected to dramatically change the final result. For ...

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An Open Letter From USD 364 Superintendent Bill Mullins

Marysville High School Bulldogs

The following letter was written by USD 364 Superintendent Bill Mullins and originally posted on the Marysville High School Bulldogs Facebook page. The letter is reprinted here as a service to all community members of USD 364 Public Schools. Dear Bulldog Family, As you may have heard Governor Brownback announced “allotments” yesterday afternoon that directly affects K-12 education and higher ...

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Governor Brownback Proposes Education Cuts; Impacts Projected For Local Districts

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The State of Kansas is facing a $600 million budget shortfall for next fiscal year, and to help plug a $344 million deficit projected for June 30th, Governor Sam Brownback announced a plan to cut $54 million in Local Option Budget State Aid and Capital Outlay State Aid spending to public schools and universities in Kansas. With numbers released by ...

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USD 364 Education Roundtable Wednesday; Public Invited

Marysville High School Bulldogs

Marysville USD 364 patrons are reminded of, and invited to, an education roundtable this Wednesday evening, beginning at 6 p.m. in the Marysville Jr./Sr. High cafeteria. Superintendent Bill Mullins will present the State of the District, highlighting financial information, and student achievements. He will also discuss the District of Innovation application, which is designed to develop internship and mentoring programs ...

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Area Filings Made For Upcoming Election

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The filing deadline was Tuesday for the upcoming election. In Marysville, Carla Grund filed for Mayor, Brad Ekiss council Ward 1, Darlene Boss and Tam Gordon will face off in Ward 2, Kevin Throm filed in Ward 3, and Todd Frye filed for reelection in Ward 4. Ken Kichaefer filed for City Treasurer. In Axtell, Richard Burger, John Darrah, and ...

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Area School Closings & Delays – January 7 2015

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The following school closings and delays are reported to KNDY as of 7:10 AM 1/7/15. Join Bruce Dierking beginning at 7 AM on AM 1570/FM 94.1 & FM 95.5 KNDY for updated announcements from our area schools. You can also stream us LIVE here on our website, or via the KNDY-FM mobile app for smartphones. Flint Hills Christian School – Closed ...

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USD 364 Marysville Public Schools Holds Special Board Meeting

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The Marysville USD 364 Board of Education met in a special board session on December 22nd at 5:30 p.m. and met in executive session for 90 minutes for the purpose of personnel and negotiations. No action was taken by the board.

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