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Clear Lake will continue sharing school staff with MC

Will plan for possible end

On a unanimous vote Monday night, the Clear Lake School Board approved continued sharing of four district positions, including that of Superintendent Anita Micich.
 Despite the action, board members laid the groundwork for some changes and stressed they must begin planning for a future in which they likely will not share a superintendent.
 “The end is in sight. What is our plan going forward?” asked Board member John Loge. “We have to make sure we are equipped going forward.”

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  • Clear Lake will continue sharing school staff with MC

    Will plan for possible end

    On a unanimous vote Monday night, the Clear Lake School Board approved continued sharing of four district positions, including that of Superintendent Anita Micich.
     Despite the action, board members laid the groundwork for some changes and stressed they must begin planning for a future in which they likely will not share a superintendent.
     “The end is in sight. What is our plan going forward?” asked Board member John Loge. “We have to make sure we are equipped going forward.”

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  • CLHS graduate follows grandmother’s footsteps on a path to success

    Grandparents frequently hand down family heirlooms, but they also impart wisdom. So when Evie Osterman spoke glowingly about American University’s Washington Semester® Program, her granddaughter Alexa Calaguas took note. Osterman attended the Washington Semester Program in the fall of 1960 in the nation’s capitol.  “It was the catalyst for the rest of my life,” she says now. 

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  • Lake school leaders oppose late school start

    State: No more automatic waivers
     Clear Lake School leaders plan to voice their opposition to an announcement by the director of the Iowa Department of Education, informing school districts it will now be tougher to get a waiver to start classes earlier in the fall.

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  • Congratulations to our third winner

    Amy Palmer, from the Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter, was pleased to present Agnes Thul, of Clear Lake, with $50 in Clear Lake Chamber Bucks as the third 

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  • Clear Lake will continue sharing school staff with MC

    Will plan for possible end

    On a unanimous vote Monday night, the Clear Lake School Board approved continued sharing of four district positions, including that of Superintendent Anita Micich.
     Despite the action, board members laid the groundwork for some changes and stressed they must begin planning for a future in which they likely will not share a superintendent.
     “The end is in sight. What is our plan going forward?” asked Board member John Loge. “We have to make sure we are equipped going forward.”

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 169
  • CLHS graduate follows grandmother’s footsteps on a path to success

    Grandparents frequently hand down family heirlooms, but they also impart wisdom. So when Evie Osterman spoke glowingly about American University’s Washington Semester® Program, her granddaughter Alexa Calaguas took note. Osterman attended the Washington Semester Program in the fall of 1960 in the nation’s capitol.  “It was the catalyst for the rest of my life,” she says now. 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 181
  • Lake school leaders oppose late school start

    State: No more automatic waivers
     Clear Lake School leaders plan to voice their opposition to an announcement by the director of the Iowa Department of Education, informing school districts it will now be tougher to get a waiver to start classes earlier in the fall.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 192
  • Congratulations to our third winner

    Amy Palmer, from the Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter, was pleased to present Agnes Thul, of Clear Lake, with $50 in Clear Lake Chamber Bucks as the third 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 152
  • Clear Lake will continue sharing school staff with MC

    Will plan for possible end

    On a unanimous vote Monday night, the Clear Lake School Board approved continued sharing of four district positions, including that of Superintendent Anita Micich.
     Despite the action, board members laid the groundwork for some changes and stressed they must begin planning for a future in which they likely will not share a superintendent.
     “The end is in sight. What is our plan going forward?” asked Board member John Loge. “We have to make sure we are equipped going forward.”

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 169
  • CLHS graduate follows grandmother’s footsteps on a path to success

    Grandparents frequently hand down family heirlooms, but they also impart wisdom. So when Evie Osterman spoke glowingly about American University’s Washington Semester® Program, her granddaughter Alexa Calaguas took note. Osterman attended the Washington Semester Program in the fall of 1960 in the nation’s capitol.  “It was the catalyst for the rest of my life,” she says now. 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 181
  • Lake school leaders oppose late school start

    State: No more automatic waivers
     Clear Lake School leaders plan to voice their opposition to an announcement by the director of the Iowa Department of Education, informing school districts it will now be tougher to get a waiver to start classes earlier in the fall.

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 192
  • Congratulations to our third winner

    Amy Palmer, from the Clear Lake Mirror-Reporter, was pleased to present Agnes Thul, of Clear Lake, with $50 in Clear Lake Chamber Bucks as the third 

    Read more... Comments (0)  |  Hits: 152