Clarion-Goldfield Considers Cooling Options and Faces Bus Driver Shortage
Keeping kids cool and making sure they have a ride to school were the top topics of the Clarion-Goldfield school board on Monday, Jan. 13.
Starting with the principal's report, Elementary Principal Tricia Rosendahl reported to the board that the AEA technology team visited on Monday morning to help introduce teachers to new apps and websites.
"They're really excited about it and we're really excited about where the kids can go with it," said Rosendahl.
Rosendahl also noted that the third grade class collected more than $223 for the Humane Society of Wright County over the holiday season, 70 students have gone from August to December without turning in a late assignment, and honor choir students have been selected to perform at NIACC on February 24.
Read the full article in the January 15 edition of the WCM.