Education

Princeton school referendum passes Superintendent says work is just beginning on the school projects By Joel Stottrup Union-Eagle Reporter With the passage of the Princeton School District’s $29.95 million referendum May 20, the district’s first task will be to start the design stage of the facilities improvements that voters approved. The voters in a 1,675 [...]

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Elementary teacher Yvette Olson, and high school teachers and coaches Lee Dettmer and Steve Kinney are retiring after close to four decades in education, mostly at Princeton Public Schools.   Dettmer teaches health and physical education and in the past has been the wrestling and softball head coach and has been a football coach in [...]

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The Princeton School Board conducted the following business at its May 6, 2014 meeting. Written by Joel Stottrup. Cell phone policy The school board passed a motion deleting the old cell phone policy and moved the new rules on cell phones to a procedure manual. Among the main changes are that the district will no [...]

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Princeton School District voters approved a $29.95 million referendum Tuesday night that will ensure the building of a new K-2 elementary school and provide security and school improvements at the district’s other three school buildings. The referendum passed by 606 votes,  1,675 to 1,069. Sixty-one percent of those turning out at the polls cast a [...]

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The grand march will have changes at this year’s Princeton High School prom which is this Saturday, May 3.. The grand march, which begins at 4 p.m., will not be in the high school gymnasium as it was in the past. It will instead begin on stage in the school’s performing arts center (PAC) and [...]

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