District 911
Bruce Novak,  Superintendent C-I School District Most of us growing up (including me) had an altercation or two at recess with a classmate. We also knew we could go to an adult for help and easily point out who had upset or hurt us. Today with the social media and high tech world our children [...]...Read More
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Rachel Kytonen [email protected] Susan Burris, director of teaching and learning for the Cambridge-Isanti School District, said the district is making growth in regard to Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP), but it still has work to do. During the school board meeting Thursday, Oct. 20, Burris s...Read More
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By Greg Hunt By a unanimous vote, the District 911 School Board approved the selling and placement of advertising within school buildings at its Sept. 22 regular meeting. “It’s really a shame we are relegated to advertising to garner funds for schools. Is it best? I don’t think so. But we will...Read More
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By Rachel Kytonen The Cambridge-Isanti School Board approved the district’s $58,590,409 proposed 2011-2012 budget during its board meeting Thursday, June 23. Director of Finance Robyn Vosberg-Torgerson presented the budget, and explained the budget is a “road map” or guide for the school opera...Read More
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The Cambridge-Isanti School Board heard a presentation on district improvement efforts regarding the Rigor, Relevance and Relationship framework during the board meeting Thursday, Feb. 24. Director of Teaching and Learning Susan Burris, highlighted the reasons behind the district pursing the RRR fra...Read More
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