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Business Teacher Resigns; Surplus Property Declared

The Kimball School Board met in a special session on Tuesday, May 30, to accept the resignation of business teacher Ty Neill.

Neill in his resignation letter wrote, “I appreciate the opportunity to teach in the district as a provisional teacher. Throughout the semester, I questioned whether or not this job would lead to a career. Recently, I have confirmed that teaching is not a profession I want to pursue.”

The business classes will be handled with instructors on staff, according to Superintendent Trevor Anderson.

In another agenda item, Tarin Reader was hired as a 7-9 science teacher for the...