Education

Summer work scheduled at Bement schools

Summer renovation and maintenance work is set to begin on the Bement school campus as part of $2.8 million of building upgrades.


MAEF hands out school staff awards

The awarding of the Distinguished Service Award (DSA) by the MAEF has become an annual event. Each year there are individuals who have worked for years to enhance the educational opportunities through teaching, mentoring, working as a volunteer and dozens of other ways that make a huge difference to hundreds of children in our schools.


Dual degrees for CGHS pair

In a span of eight days, Cerro Gordo High School students Levi Neaveill and Mason McNamara walked across two stages in their cap and gown, earning a pair of degrees.


Construction options discussed by CG school board

By Christy Jankowski
The Journal-Republican


D-W summer work outlined

Summer work on the DeLand-Weldon school campus will include concrete and lighting work on the parking lot, installing new doors at the north end of the gym, and installing new door closures on classroom doors.


Five-year contract for Monticello teachers approved

As school funding uncertainties continue, at least Monticello educators and the local school board now know how salaries will shake out over the next five years.


School security issues raised at Monticello board meeting

Measures are being taken to make sure there is no repeat of an incident that saw a Monticello Lincoln Elementary School student disappear from school grounds on May 9. School officials say a gate to bridge a gap in fencing at the preschool through first grade building should be installed by the end of the week.


Rodebaugh to be new Cerro Gordo principal

Approving a referendum to improve its facilities made the Cerro Gordo school district an attractive landing spot for Jeremy Rodebaugh.


Goldman hired as D-W principal

DeLand-Weldon business teacher Matt Goldman will take on a new role for the school district after being hired as district 6th through 12th grade principal by the school board on May 16.


Local robotics team nets state crown

Coaches usually don’t like to admit it. But in the case of Lisa Altan’s Ulti-Mat 4-H robotics team, she said “this year was a rebuilding year.”


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