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Rockford High School Principal Ryan Jensen presented, at the Rockford School Board meeting of June 17, a report outlining a plan to improve academic performance.  The plan, Rockford High School Curriculum Visioning Process, was designed by Jensen and the RHS Faculty Senate. It details measures to i...Read More
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The Rockford Area School Board discussed a number of items at its March 18 meeting including a proposed schedule change at the middle school to par down larger classes, and was treated to the unveiling of the high school’s new band uniforms.    RMS-CES Rockford Middle School – Center for E...Read More
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The Rockford Area Schools Board of Education, District 883, opened its first meeting regular school board meeting with seasoned members in attendance. Results from the November election reseated the three incumbents with seats expiring at the end of 2012. The members hold these offices: Ted Botten, ...Read More
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At their January Leadership Conference, the Minnesota School Board Association (MSBA) recognized the Rockford School Board with their District Award of Distinction. Rockford was one of eight receiving the award at a Recognition Luncheon on Jan. 17. The District Award of Distinction is awarded to a s...Read More
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At its Dec.17 meeting, the Rockford School Board was treated to a scene from “A Christmas Carol” by fully costumed middle school thespians. The scene represented one piece of a longer, progressive theater experience that would be performed for third grade students at the elementary school in sta...Read More
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The Rockford Area School Board approved steps in moving forward with voter approval of the proposed $27 million dollar bond designated for buildings, grounds and infrastructure improvements. The bond, in similar form, was presented to voters last February, but failed at the polls. At the general ele...Read More
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