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Chisago Lakes Schools

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May 25, 2022

North Branch Board hears of mechanic instruction at bus barn
North Branch administration and the 4.0 Student Services transportation provider are putting together a new program for students enrolled in mechanic programs at the high school.  As part of the latest contract with 4 Point-O there is a clause for providing workshop/lab space at the bus garage, for students enrolled in mechanics courses. The bus garage is directly across Grand Avenue from the high school;  and Finance Director Todd Tetzlaff remarked that students who have been driving to Pine Technical College in Pine City for lab learning will soon just have to go across the street.
Friday, May 20, 2022


TF Elementary represents at Math Masters
Taylors Falls School sent a large group to compete in Math Masters in Hammond, Wisconsin, April 22.  Math Masters is for grades 4, 5 and 6.  There are 50 in-person events in Minnesota and Wisconsin being held in 2022.  Fourth graders were brought into the contest for the first time this year. Winners in Fact Drill, Individual and Team events get awards and everybody gets a t-shirt and snacks.
Friday, April 29, 2022

Still no official vote on fall levy, but CL District heading in that direction
The Chisago Lakes School Board continued to move towards a fall operating levy vote but didn’t take an official action yet. It seems to be a given at this point that it will be on the ballot, but the Board members are still planning out how much they should ask for and what the dollars would be spent on.
Friday, April 29, 2022

North Branch Board hears Covid update; contract progress
It has been nearly an entire school year of promoting vaccinations and healthy habits like frequent handwashing; but North Branch School District 138 has found its way back into “Level One” learning, the closest to a normal school day as possible right now.
Friday, April 22, 2022

All female Air Force Junior ROTC drill team off to national meet
The North Branch Area High School Air Force Junior ROTC program is returning for a second year to compete at the 2022 National High School Drill Team Championships April 15-16 in Daytona Beach, FL
Thursday, April 14, 2022

Chisago Lakes School Board sees survey data on fall referendum
The Chisago Lakes school  board held a late-March special meeting to discuss results from the community survey that was conducted as part of a study on a potential levy.
Friday, April 8, 2022

Rocketry team using foundation funding to compete nationally
The Air Force Junior ROTC program at North Branch High School keeps reaching for new challenges and milestones. Later this spring the rocketry team members will be off to compete in the American Rocketry Challenge, competing against several thousand other students from middle and high schools across the nation.
Friday, March 11, 2022

CL district avoids cuts for next year
Chisago Lakes ISD 2144 Director of Business Services Robyn Vosberg-Torgerson said she was excited to be able to share some positive budget news with the board, last week. “I am pleased to state we will not make any significant budget reductions for 2023, but will continue to monitor all of our expenses and enrollment and adjust accordingly,” she said.
Friday, March 11, 2022

Home Show snippets
The 2022 Home Show was a success for vendors, kids, volunteers and visitors alike!
Friday, March 4, 2022

Legislative action on 'Parents Bill of Rights'
Discussion has started to heat-up at the legislature, regarding “parents’ rights”  when it comes to education.  The MN Republican caucus in a press conference last week,  spoke about how steps must be taken adopting new statute language to clarify and empower the role that parents play in their child’s education.  They stated their impression that school district officials need more guidance under existing laws,  and also need new mandates for allegedly failing to provide budgets and classroom reading lists, and not making parents aware of information that’s available.  And, one bill prohibits collecting speakers’ addresses at School Board for open mic.
Friday, February 25, 2022


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