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Four Day Week

Four Day Week

Four Day School Week Information Sheet The ENL school district is collected information about 4 day school weeks.  We are just in the information gathering stage and nothing would happen until at least the 2020-2021 school year.  We are trying to determine if this is a change we wish to consider more thoroughly. A four day school week is much like it sounds.  School would run 4 days a week, typically this is M-Th.  The length of the...

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Anti-Bullying at ENL

Anti-Bullying at ENL

I am writing this article because the “B” word has become a buzz word.  Reporters are looking for stories on it and people throw it at situations in which it doesn’t really apply.  Kids, and if we are honest with ourselves, as well as adults have always been mean, disrespectful, or unkind with one another.  This is a problem we battle every day in just about any setting.  And yet Bullying, is a rather poorly understood term.  To...

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A Thank You

A Thank You

I wanted to take a minute to thank the community for voting to approve the building levy in November.  The school is very grateful for the community it serves and the support it gives us.  Even beyond the building levy many people have contributed to help the school improve and expand.  Without this support and patronage we would not be able to provide a quality education.  We realize that in approving the levy you also approved paying...

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Building Fund Levy

Building Fund Levy

ENL Building Fund Levy Community Meeting PP I would like to thank everyone who turned out for the community meeting in New Leipzig at the Community Center.  I discussed why the school is seeking a vote to approve the authority for the school board to levy for up to 15 mils for a building fund.  I clarified we are not seeking to build new but rather to keep the existing building we have.  In order to do this we need to reinvest in the...

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Building Fund Impact

Building Fund Impact

Recently the board voted to put in the November 6th election a ballot about establishing a building fund.  That same vote would also authorize the school board to levy between 0 and 15 mills to support that building fund. So what does 15 mills mean? For the district it would mean approximately $146,000.  Some of you may be aware that we are anticipating dropping in enrollment by about 8 students.  This would result in a loss of $77,168...

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KFYR Coverage

KFYR Coverage

By John Salling | Posted: Wed 9:15 PM, Sep 12, 2018  |  Updated: Fri 10:08 AM, Sep 14, 2018 Original Link: http://www.kfyrtv.com/content/news/Grant-County-school-considering-placing-property-tax-increase-on-ballot-493113621.html   Video Segment: http://www.kfyrtv.com/video/?vid=493285191   GRANT COUNTY, N.D. – A Grant County school is considering placing a property tax increase on the November ballot. Increased...

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