Ulen-Hitterdal School Board Begins Process for Replacing Retiring Superintendent Todd Cameron
By Mark Askelson firstname.lastname@example.org (12/22/20)
Ulen, MN — The Ulen-Hitterdal School Board is beginning the process of seeking out a new Superintendent with their current head Administrator Todd Cameron retiring at the end of the year. His retirement is not a surprise to the district, but with his official letter of resignation being accepted at this month’s meeting the school board can move forward with the hiring process for his successor.
Cameron officially retires at the end of the June 2021.
The school board also had their annual truth-in taxation this month where they set and approved the tax levy for the coming year, according to Superintendent Cameron.
On a similar note, Cameron says they also approved taking part in a property tax abatement program, which will provide tax incentives to those building new homes in Ulen.
And the Ulen-Hitterdal School Board has some discussions in regards to distance learning in the district. Cameron says they considered doing distance learning after the holiday, but in the end, they felt its best to provide in-person education whenever possible.
The board also accepted the resignation of Mark Olson as Assistant Track Coach and filled that position with Hunter Schow.