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Green Bay school board discusses more in-person learning for secondary students

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – Green Bay school district students have been back onsite in blended and cohort learning models for less than two weeks, and there is already a push for more in-person learning. During the district’s school board meeting Monday, March 8, some board members stressed the need for a transition …

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Green Bay school board appoints Laitinen-Warren to vacant seat

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – The Green Bay school board will once again be at full strength after trustees unanimously approved the appointment of Laura Laitinen-Warren to fill the board’s empty seat at a special meeting Monday, March 1. “It certainly takes a lot of courage to apply to be on the board …

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Green Bay school board feels the heat, cites some harassment

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – The past year has been a roller coaster of uncertainty because of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a decision one week is outdated the next. Lacking direction from state and federal officials, school boards have been tasked with making decisions on in-person and virtual learning – stretching the scope …

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Shelton resigns from Green Bay school board, effective immediately

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – The Green Bay school board will be shorthanded after an unexpected resignation late last week of its vice president. Kristina Shelton publicly announced her resignation Friday, Jan. 15, effective immediately, after serving on the board for more than three years. “This is a decision that required deep reflection …

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Little progress made getting Green Bay kids back in school

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – It’s been nearly 10 months since a majority of Green Bay students have seen the inside of a classroom – instead learning virtually because of COVID-19. Despite discussing it at nearly every meeting since last March, the school board has made little progress on getting students back onsite. …

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