Crosby-Ironton Schools going strong with Sports, looking towards the future
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (2/10/21)
(Crosby, MN) — Crosby-Ironton Schools Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland gave us some of his time to update our listeners on the latest activity at the School District including their full in-person return to the classroom, high school sports, and the future of the District.
Dr Skjeveland, who was back in the studio, reminded us of the current schedule for all Crosby-Ironton students.
After a brief pause early in the wrestling season, C-I Ranger Sports has been rolling non-stop thanks to students and fans willing to follow COVID-19 protocols.
Dr. Skjeveland continues to remain optimistic of being able to fully rid of COVID-19 to allow more fans to activities, but for the time being…
The Crosby-Ironton School District recently also opened up their Strategic Planning to students within the District, and Dr. Skjeveland was taken aback.
Dr. Skjeveland also talked about mitigation efforts for the District in and out of the buildings, looking ahead to spring sports, the latest phase of the Referendum projects, and his second calling as a radio play-by-play announcer. Listen to the full interview with Crosby-Ironton Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland here: