Crosby-Ironton Schools Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland talks vaccines, graduation with monthly update
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (3/9/21)
(Crosby, MN) — Crosby-Ironton Schools continues to strive forward going into the Spring months with our latest conversation with Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland.
COVID-19 vaccines have been received by numerous staff members of Crosby-Ironton Schools, Dr. Skjeveland notes that the District also continues to keep their protocols and recommendations a high priority.
An update was provided with discussions on the future of graduation and a return to an in-person ceremony.
High School Graduation is scheduled for May 21st. With Crosby-Ironton Schools ending their school year a week early, Dr. Skjeveland touched on the District’s plans to get more updates to buildings for improved student facilities.
Of the recent improvements made in the past year, the STEAM Lab has unfortunately had to change course with COVID-19 and distance learning.
Crosby-Ironton Superintendent Dr. Jamie Skjeveland also touched on further facility improvement the District will be working on this Summer, Grand Opening plans for August/September, the MnDOT Highway 210/6 Project which will break ground this Spring, and more with our full conversation, which is available here: