School district chooses a learning management system
As the school year nears an end, Kimball Public Schools has begun accepting resignations for the coming year.
At the March 13 Kimball Board of Education meeting two such resignations were accepted, that of Jordan Sukup, pre-Kindergarten, and kindergarten teacher Nora Robinson, with more to follow, according to school superintendent Marshall Lewis.
However, two current teachers have been approved for new contracts in existing positions.
Kim Beyer, the current art, publication and career teacher at Kimball High School, was approved through an internal transfer process to fill the now full tim...
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