Princeton School District

The Princeton School Board conducted the following business during its Jan. 14 organization meeting. Written by Joel Stottrup. Board compensation The board approved the compensation policy for 2014, which has no changes from the previous year. School Board members are to receive $350 each per month, with the chairperson receiving an extra $100 per month. […]

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A negotiating team of the Princeton School District has reached a tentative agreement to hire Julia Espe as interim superintendent to lead the district into the new year The school board had voted at its November 27 meeting to enter into negotiations with Julia Espe, assistant superintendent of St. Cloud Area Community Schools, where she […]

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Results are in from the three Isanti County precincts of the Princeton School District. Jeremy Miller picked up 613 votes, followed by Chad Young with 591 votes. Howard Vaillencourt received 545 votes and Chuck Nagle 518 votes. There were 173 write-in votes.  

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School board rersults from the Benton County portion of the Princeton School District are in. Incumbent Jeremy Miller is the top vote getter with 30 votes, followed by former school board member Howard Vailencourt with 29 votes. Chuck Nagle and Chad Young each brought in 25 votes. There were four write-ins.

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Princeton’s new school food service director  is well aware that a large number of high school students at Princeton do not like that chocolate milk has been reduced from five days to one day per week this year. Some parents have also questioned if their students, who burn calories in activities after school, are getting […]

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The news that the state Legislature could partially reimburse school districts with new-found surplus money is being received with reserve by the Princeton School Board. Princeton Superintendent Rick Lahn briefly talked about it at the March 13 school board meeting. When the state was having difficulty last summer dealing with a projected big deficit, part […]

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