Kimball BOE faces tough hiring year and dual credit courses

 


Administration at the Kimball Public Schools anticipate difficulty hiring for the upcoming school year with the acceptance of high school English teacher Erin Aerni’s resignation and the retirement of language teacher Pat Sulu.

“Replacing both of them will be very difficult,” Superintendent Marshal Lewis said. “Just to my knowledge, there is at least three English teachers that have been hired in the last three weeks (in the area) and I know of a couple more postings out there. I did follow up on a lead for a foreign language teacher. For just a couple of positions we have open, thi...



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