Meal prices will increase It will cost more to eat breakfast or lunch at District 833 schools next year. South Washington County Schools is bumping up meal prices 20 to 30 cents to address escalating food prices, a depleted Nutrition Services budget reserve and federal regulations. Meal price increases for next year are: — Elementary school: breakfast, $1 to $1.20; lunch, $2 to $2.30 — Middle School: breakfast, $1.40 to $1.60; lunch, $2.30 to $2.60 — High school: breakfast, $1.40 to $1.60; lunch, $2.35 to $2.65
Laurie Johnson was thanked by District 833 Superintendent Keith Jacobus and Chairman Ron Kath last month, as she concluded her service on the South Washington County School Board. Johnson stepped...
District 833 will kick off the new year by drawing new high school and middle school boundaries. South Washington County Schools is beginning to dig into the first major task...
The South Washington County School Board plans to extend Superintendent Keith Jacobus’ contract. Board Chair Ron Kath will begin negotiating an extension for Jacobus, who has started the final year of his three-year contract. Kath was given board approval Oct. 9 to start discussing terms of an extension with Jacobus.
Michelle Witte will fill a vacant South Washington County School Board seat after winning a coin flip that followed three rounds of divided balloting.
District 833 will not add days this school year to make up for weather-related closures last month. But South Washington County Schools is eyeing an April date as a possible make-up day should the district have to cancel classes a sixth time due to snow or severe cold. The District 833 School Board decided Feb. 6 not to add a day of classroom instruction to make up for time lost during the five cancelled days in January.