Braham School Board
MCA test results show improvements in some areas, while seeing downward trends in others By Elizabeth Sias The Minnesota Comprehensive Assessment (MCA) test results are in, and Braham area students improved in some areas, while seeing downward trends in others. Joan Proza, district test coordinator,...Read More
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Braham Public School District 314 will accept affidavits of candiacy for the purpose of electing four four-year terms on the school board. The filing period opens Tuesday, Aug. 2 and runs to 5 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 16 for the election to be held Nov. 8. To serve on a local school board the candidate mu...Read More
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By Elizabeth Sias The Braham School Board passed a resolution to call a general election in November to fill the positions of school board members during its meeting Monday, July 18. The four-year terms of four school board members — Lowell Luebeck, Daniel Klemz, Craig Hammond and Anthony Cuda —...Read More
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By Elizabeth Sias Justin C. Sawyer will be the new secondary principal for Braham Area Schools starting July 1. The school board approved the recommendation of the principal search committee at their meeting June 20 that Sawyer be hired to fill the position of Secondary Principal for the 2011-12 sch...Read More
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Luke Reiter Braham Area High School is parting ways with its second principal in 11 months after the school board opted to terminate its contract with Michael Bergevin. In the regular meeting on Monday, April 18, the board unanimously voted to allow the district’s agreement with Bergevin to expire...Read More
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By Luke Reiter Almost one year after the Minnesota Department of Education labeled Braham’s secondary school as underachieving and placed it in a mandatory reform program, District 314 officials say the designation—while frustrating—has its perks. In a community meeting held on Monday, March 1...Read More
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