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Behind the scenes: Beth Jones – Green Bay board secretary

By Heather Graves Staff Writer GREEN BAY – Known to many as the person who takes roll call and records votes at school board meetings, Green Bay school board secretary Beth Jones has duties that extend beyond the boardroom – serving as a conduit of sorts for information between the board, administration and the general …

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Green Bay continues mask mandate for youngsters

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – Green Bay’s youngest students will be required to wear a mask indoors when they head back to school this September. At a special board meeting July 26, the school board loosened the face-covering requirement for seventh- and eighth-grade students but stuck to its requirement for the district’s youngest …

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Rising referendums: Competing sides search for solutions

By Heather Graves Correspondent WISCONSIN – The consensus across school districts and party lines is clear – Wisconsin’s school funding system has flaws, and it has had them for many years. What those flaws are and how they can, or should, be fixed long-term is where the consensus stops and the debate starts. Demographics and …

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Districts receive wide range of federal funds

By Heather Graves Correspondent BROWN COUNTY – Understanding the puzzle of school finance is a challenge in a normal year. Add the COVID-19 pandemic and there’s even more complexity. The pandemic forced school districts to adapt to new ways of learning, and with it came millions of dollars in unexpected and unbudgeted expenditures. Over the …

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Learning transition for secondary students approved in Green Bay

By Heather Graves Correspondent GREEN BAY – Another transition is coming for Green Bay secondary students. The school board approved a plan at a special board meeting Monday, March 22 that transitions students in grades six through 12 from the current cohort model – where students attend in-person instruction twice a week in two cohorts …

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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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