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Hobart Happenings: Proposal and highlights for 2023 budget

By Janelle FisherStaff Writer HOBART – A presentation of the 2023 budget for the Village of Hobart was presented to the Village Board at its Nov. 1 meeting. The total proposed property tax levy for 2023 is $3,288,151 — a 4.9% increase from 2021. The projected mill rate would remain steady at last year’s rate …

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Legislator

CARES Act funds to school districts is a move in the right direction

By Ben Rodgers Editor The collaborative effort between villages and school districts during this pandemic is something to behold. The final expenditure period is now closed for the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, and with that four villages and one town have donated nearly $194,000 to four school districts with leftover allocations …

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Pulaski schools

Hobart to donate unused CARES Act funds to Pulaski schools

By Kevin Boneske Staff Writer HOBART – The Pulaski Community School District will be the beneficiary of a portion of the village’s unused Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding. The Hobart village board agreed Tuesday, Oct. 20, to donate up to $40,000 worth of monitors and stylus pens by purchasing those items …

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Hillcrest

Pulaski school and Hobart boards meet to discuss Hillcrest safety

By Ben Rodgers Editor HOBART – For possibly the first time ever, the Hobart village board and the Pulaski school board held a joint meeting, Tuesday, March 10, at Hillcrest Elementary School. The meeting was in regards to safety improvements and a school crossing for the Pulaski district school located in the Village of Hobart. …

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GPA

Local school district report cards released

By Press Times Staff BROWN COUNTY – District report cards are out from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction for the 2018-19 school year. Report card ratings range from five stars, denoting schools and districts that significantly exceed expectations, to one star for those that fail to meet expectations. Scores are calculated in four priority …

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