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Block grant ruling expected by many

Block grant ruling expected by many

?This ruling on equity really helps USD 410 because we rely on that equity funding from the state to help us when our valuation is not like the valuation is in districts with lots and lots of property.??Steve Noble, USD 410 superintendent USD 410 Superintendent Steve Noble said he was not surprised by the Kansas Supreme Court?s ruling Thursday that […]

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410 board adopts new vision statement

USD 410 Board of Educa?t?ion adopted ?Developing super amazing humans for our world? as its new vision statement through 2020 at the regular meeting Feb. 8. ?It?s something that?s easy to remember and repeat,? Superintendent Steve Noble said. While a vision statement emphasizes ?why we do what we do,? mission statements address how to achieve that goal, Noble said. Consequently, […]

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Dedicated for play

Dedicated for play

? Community and kids celebrate completion of a dream Swarming on and around their new playground equipment, students at Hillsboro Elementary School showed off their new ?My Community Cares? T-shirts during Friday?s dedication event. After the ceremony, a back-to-school carnival followed in the gymnasium with games, door prizes and food. The event raised about $3,300 before expenses; the money will […]

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USD 410 patrons approve LOB ballot initiative

By a significant majority, patrons of Unified School District 410 authorized their board of education last week to keep the property-tax authority for the district?s local option budget at 33 percent. The results of the mail-in ballot vote were 613 in favor of keeping LOB authority at 33 percent, and 377 in opposition, a margin just under 2-1 (62 percent). […]

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?No? means $150,000 budget cut

Last June, in response to recent changes in state law, the USD 410 Board of Edu?cation passed a resolution, and the public voted overwhelmingly to approve, raising the cap on the local option budget (LOB). Previous to 2014-15, the cap was 30 percent of the general fund. Our board took advantage of this increased budget authority, resulting in an expected […]

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Letters, November 19, 2014

Playground project a community effort I want to thank the Hills?boro Community Founda?tion and members of the Hillsboro United Methodist Church for their recent contributions to our playground improvement project at Hillsboro Elementary School. A group of HES parents began the work to improve the playground over a year ago by organizing several fundraising events, but with these recent contributions?financial […]

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