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Although seven citizens were present for the public input concerning the future of Central School, none offered comment or questioned USD 409 Board of Education members about it.

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USD 377 Board of Education members crossed two major hurdles to lead the way toward proposed educational and facility improvements for Atchison County Community Schools when they convened Wednesday, Feb. 10 at their monthly board meeting in Effingham.

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Atchison Public School leaders have decided it is time to again discuss a possible change to the Redmen and Braves mascots.

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Atchison Public School leaders put steps in place toward an initiative to close the Central School facility and relocate its educational program elsewhere in the district before they took unrelated action to terminate a teacher for failing to comply with state licensing.

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COVID-19 and its impact on students, staff , activities and fans was front and center as a main topic of discussion among USD 377 district leaders at their board meeting earlier in the week.

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Spectators and guests attending Tiger winter sports activities in Effingham are required to wear a face mask or suitable facial covering in accordance with the CDC guidelines, or leave the facility is what USD 377 Board of Education members decided by consensus.

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Co-presidents Ramona Wilson and Betsy Verhoeff, of the Atchison National Education Association, presented the grand plan to celebrate the annual American Education Week at Atchison Public Schools.

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EFFINGHAM, Kan. — USD 377 Board of Education members heard first hand from Superintendent Andrew Gaddis that their student enrollment has decreased by about 30 students from the previous schoolyear.

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The enrollment count for the Atchison schools has decreased by more than 100 students according to the news USD 409 Superintendent Renee Scott delivered to school board members when they Monday at the board office.

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Reports about new ways and updates on some old staples along the steps of learning for USD 409 offered district leaders some insight into the start of the new school year.

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The USD 409 Board of education members plan to meet at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14 in the community room at the central office located at 626 Commercial Street.

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USD 409 Board of Education members and the Atchison National Education Association have reached a contractual agreement that both parties expect will be in effect for the next two years.

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Proposed expenditures not to exceed $38.9 million was approved by the USD 409 Board of Education members as presented during formal hearing for comment Friday, Aug. 21 at the board office.

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Proposed expenditures not to exceed $38.9 million was approved by the USD 409 Board of Education members as presented during formal hearing for comment Friday, Aug. 21 at the board office.

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EFFINGHAM, Kan. — Although Thursday, Aug. 20 officially marked the first day of classes for the masked USD 377 Tigers, some refinement of the details have yet to unfold for Atchison County Community Schools.

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After some explanations from Superintendent Andrew Gaddis and Business Manager Megan Gracey, USD 377 Board of Education members approved the budget for the new school year by a 6-1 vote by a show of hands. Board Member Corey Neil was the only opposed.

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Brandi Ross is the newly appointed USD 409 Board of Education as selected by unanimous vote among the sitting board members on Friday.

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The regular monthly meeting for USD 409 Board of Education members will be at 7 p.m. Monday, 10 in the community room at the Board Office, located at 626 Commercial Street.

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Atchison Public School leaders expect to convene for a special Zoom meeting Friday to interview and choose their potential new colleague, and accept 2021 budget presentation.

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Although about a week earlier than scheduled, Atchison County Community Schools leaders plan to start schools ahead of the Labor Day week despite Gov. Laura Kelly’s recommendation.

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Kansas Governor Laura Kelly’s executive order signed on Monday to delay the start of schools in the state until Sept. 9 was officially not affirmed by the Kansas Board of Education Wednesday morning in a 5-5 vote.

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The USD 409 Board of Education members heard a report about the Ad Hoc Safety Committee presented by Director of Technology Donna Noll and Superintendent Renee Scott Monday night.

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Atchison Public Schools leaders plan to gather at 7 p.m. Monday, July 13, in the community room at the USD 409 Board of Education office at 626 Commercial St.

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The process to fill an open position on the USD 409 Board of Education officially started Friday afternoon after board members decided on how they wanted to do it.

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The summer food program will continue for youngster within the area range of Atchison County Community Schools until Friday, July 1 by way of a decision school leaders made earlier in the week.

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Even though there might be less pomp due in wake of the coronavirus pandemic circumstance, the Atchison County Community Junior Senior High School seniors will have a graduation ceremony later this summer.

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Amid uncertainties related to the coronavirus pandemic, USD 377 leaders Atchison County Community Schools recently approved plans to reopen facilities and activities even though they are subject to change according to state and county guidelines.

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Leaders of the Atchison Public Schools plan to conduct their regular monthly board meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, June 1 from the USD 409 Board of Education office.

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Atchison Public School leaders are poising to convene at 7 p.m. Monday, May 11 at the Board of Education Community Room, due to COVID-19 restrictions the public and media may view the meeting livestream via AHS Facebook page.

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Nineteen personnel matters were addressed early Friday as USD 409 leaders continue to finish out the current school year and site in toward the start of the upcoming school year.

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USD 409 Board of Education members are poised to convene during a special virtual Zoom Meeting scheduled for 8 a.m. Friday, April 24, a livestreaming of the meeting available via Facebook.

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Only members of the USD 409 Board of Education are scheduled to gather at 7 p.m. Monday, April 13, at the Board of Education located at 626 Commercial Street.

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USD 377 Board of Education members expect to virtually gather from various locations for their regular meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, livestreamed from the central office.

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Fifteen minutes was about all it took for USD 377 Board of Education members to approve their Continuous Learning plan on Monday, March 30 via meeting live-streamed from the administrative office in Effingham.

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Atchison Public School leaders virtually tuned in from various locations to attend the special meeting school board meeting Friday afternoon to take care of business to continue the school year as they socially distanced themselves from each other.

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USD 377 Board of Education members will gather for a special board meeting at 9:30 a.m. Monday, March 30 at Central Office along Main Street in Effingham.

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Atchison Public School leaders will hold a Virtual Zoom meeting at 2 p.m. Friday, March 27, at in Bob Neidinger’s classroom at Atchison High School, 1500 Riley Street.

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The USD 377 Board of Board of Education members plan to meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 17 at the board office in Effingham. In addition to regular business, board members expect to: