Hillsboro School Board News & Notes from February 11th Meeting
Hillsobor, ND — The Hillsboro School Board held their regular monthly meeting on Thursday morning, February 11th. During the meeting, they discussed the switch to “Green” on the COVID-19 Risk level, which allows them more fans at their activities. And while that indicates a low risk level, Hillsboro Superintendent Paula Suda says they will continue to push for a mask mandate in Traill County.
The Hillsboro School Board did approve giving the golf team the ability to stay overnight as part of a meet in Carrington this spring as long as the risk level remains green.
Benjamin Strand presented to the board on Thursday morning to provide an update on the students who are still distance learning, as well as an update on the VEX enrichment program he advises, according to Superintendent Suda.
And the board also went over the timeline for the school board election, which will take place this June.
The Hillsboro School Board recently received their 2019-2020 school audit, but they did not act on it as the auditor was unable to be there to fully present their findings, but Suda notes everything looks good.