Decreased debt service levy and changes in alternative facilities projects funding will offset any increase in operating levy.
“The Butler Did It” will be performed April 24-26.
This new position is part of a reorganization of the educational service department.
After placing in the top three at the state tournament, teams from all age levels are heading to Tennessee in May.
The school board is expected to make decisions regarding the November 2014 referendum at the June 10 board meeting.
Parent turnout for the election was 29 percent.
Five locations will have the opportunity to bring in volunteers to assist children with reading for the 2014-2015 school year.
The district has a strong history of fiscal responsibility, which has earned them this distinguished award.
The Washington Post has ranked EPHS as the #7 most challenging public high school in Minnesota.
Outstanding performances by fourteen EPHS students qualifies them for upcoming tournaments.