It’s no fun driving to work in the dark. And it’s no fun leaving work for home in the dark. But I’m guessing there’s quite a few of us who will be experiencing that soon as the amount of daylight continues to shrink more and more each day.
The District 833 School Board approved a contract last month with the United Teachers of South Washington County teacher’s union to continue to participate in the Alternative Teacher Professional Pay System, also known as “Q-comp,” for a third year.
The sky is not falling, Superintendent Tom Nelson told the District 833 School Board at the Jan. 8 workshop. The district is “in good shape” but will be in better condition in upcoming years if it curbs spending now, he said.
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