Braham School Board
Braham Area High School has been designated as a ‘Priority School’ in school rankings released Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Education, based on its new accountability system. However, as a School Improvement Grant (SIG) program school, BAHS was placed as priority status automatically. ...Read More
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By Elizabeth Sias Braham schools will soon have wireless Internet access throughout all schools in the district. At the School Board meeting March 19, members approved proposals received for wiring the elementary school and adding WiFi throughout the district this summer. The secondary school was wi...Read More
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By Elizabeth Sias The Braham Area School District has suspended the cheerleading program for the remainder of the school year. Many members of the cheerleading team were present at the school board meeting Monday, Feb. 27, speaking out against the district’s decision to suspend the program during ...Read More
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By Elizabeth Sias As recommended by the school board superintendent’s negotiation committee, Braham School Board members voted to revise the 2011-2012 superintendent’s contract and ratify the 2012-2015 superintendent’s contract. Under the 2012-2015 agreement, approved at the Jan. 23 board meet...Read More
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At the Dec. 19 Braham School Board meeting, the motion was approved for the maximum allowable amount for the 2011 Payable 2012 Levy. That amount was set at $1.608 million, a 5.56 percent decrease from this past year. Braham’s current school enrollment for Grades K-12 is 899 students. Early Childho...Read More
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The Braham Area School Board met Tuesday morning, Nov. 15, to canvas the results from the election. Four seats were open for four-year terms beginning in January. Dan Klemz, who had tied with Robert Hughes for the fourth seat, conceded, therefore the coin toss was not necessary. The elected school b...Read More
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