Kimball Board Of Education –
Discussion continues on back to school plan, virtual learning
By Debi Ruiz
The district’s back to school plan and virtual learning headlined the agenda when members of the board of education for Kimball School District #7-2 met Monday, Aug. 10, in Room 119 of the high school science classroom at the school in Kimball.
Conflicts of interest were noted for Board Member Megan Miller, whose husband, Bryson Miller owns Dakota Heating and Air Conditioning, of which the school does business and her sister, Haley Juhnke, who is a teacher for the school district.
Under the good news portion of the meeting, Middle/High School Principal Matt Dykstra announced football and cheerleading have started their practices with cross country and volleyball scheduled for Aug. 13.
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