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Taxing matters

Wednesday, September 15, 2010
By theleader
Taxing matters

Board approved rate for coming year Sandra Neff Leader Staff Writer “Truth in Taxation “ was the focus of the latest district school board meeting.  Business Administrator Ron Frandsen explained the taxing procedure and fielded questions from those attending. Patrons all agreed that the public could afford no more taxation.  Rebuttals to a tax... »

Multimedia Report – ACHIS Back to School Assembly

Wednesday, September 15, 2010
By theleader
Multimedia Report – ACHIS Back to School Assembly

Students at Tremonton’s Alice C. Harris Intermediate School celebrated the end to their first week with a Back to School Assembly. Under the direction of the Head Huskies, students took part in several fun, but sloppy, events. Here are some photos from the assembly as well as a 2 minute video. Enjoy!! »

More Construction But Fewer School Days?”

Wednesday, August 4, 2010
By theleader
More Construction But Fewer School Days?”

Superintendent’s Corner By Ron Wolff I presume this question is on the minds of individuals in our community.  It is a question that deserves a response, especially in light of budget reductions the school district has implemented. I would like to provide readers with some background information followed by an answer. School finance is... »

McKinley receives Caring Award

Wednesday, July 28, 2010
By theleader
McKinley receives Caring Award

Special to the Leader McKinley Elementary School was awarded a top honor at a special ceremony on April 16 at the University of Utah from the National Center of Community of Caring. The award is the National Eunice Kennedy Shriver Community of Caring Award. The school has implemented the Be A Pro program that... »

Good grades pay off for local students

Wednesday, July 14, 2010
By theleader
Good grades pay off for local students

Special to the Leader Madison Packer from Bear River High School and Sierra Payne of Bear River Middle School learned good grades pay off when each won Tremonton-area drawings for $100 scholarship savings accounts from Zions Bank’s Pays for A’s program. Both received the news from Zions Bank’s Tremonton branch manager Lyle Vance and... »

Dale Young graduates honored

Wednesday, June 30, 2010
By theleader
Dale Young graduates honored

Leader Staff Dale Young Community High School held its commencement ceremony to honor its graduates last Wednesday, June 23, at the Bear River High School Auditorium. When the alternative program was first implemented in Box Elder School District, the north and south school within-a-school programs of the school district were combined into one. In... »

Board to review construction needs

Tuesday, June 22, 2010
By theleader
Board to review construction needs

Sandra Neff Leader Correspondent During the recent work session, Rod Cook, director of finance, presented the revised budget for 2009-2010 and the tentative budget for 2010-2011 school years, which the board accepted. Cook stated there had been hard decisions made, “but we are not out of the woods yet.”  Of particular concern were the... »

Getz Receives Scholarship

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
By theleader
Getz Receives Scholarship

Courtesy Photo Megan Getz was recently awarded the Alpha Delta Kappa scholarship. The scholarship is given each year to an outstanding Bear River High or Box Elder High senior girl. Alpha Delta Kappa is a national teacher’s sorority promoting education. Sherri Bowcutt, president of the association, presented the award. »

McKinley PTA Receives Award

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
By theleader
McKinley PTA Receives Award

McKinley Elementary PTA recently received the Involvement Award from Utah State PTA for the year 2009-2010. Pictured are, Joan Whitaker (president elect), Katie Fuhriman (president) and Sareena Price (fundraising chair). They received this award for working to involve parents, faculty and students to promote healthy lifestyles as well as helping get people involved in... »

Small numbers, big impact

Wednesday, June 9, 2010
By theleader
Small numbers, big impact

Snowville’s Wilcock named May Education Leader of the Month Dave Archer Leader Assistant Editor Going from a class of 25-30 students to an entire school population of that number may sound easy, but it can present a number of unique challenges for the person actually in charge of their education. But for Snowville Elementary’s... »

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