Lake Park-Audubon School Board News & Notes
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (10/29/20)
Lake Park, MN — The Lake Park-Audubon School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday night in Lake Park. The board got an update on the COVID-19 situation and how it pertains to their safe learning model. Lake Park-Audubon School Board is currently one of the few districts in the region to have full in-person education for both the elementary and high school. However, Superintendent Dr. Paul Henry says they are putting plans together to schedule distance learning days to allow teachers to reach out to current distance learners and allow staff more deep cleaning time.
While the district, like many others, has had some teachers and students quarantined for close contacts, Dr. Henry says they’ve done an excellent job keeping COVID out of the classrooms thus far.
Also at this week’s meeting, the board reviewed their annual audit with Eide Bailly, according to Dr. Henry.
The Lake Park-Audubon School Board also approved hiring a custodian and a number of extra-curricular coaching and advisor positions. They are scheduled to meet next on November 23rd at 6:30pm.