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USD 410 – Hillsboro board reviews food service, meal prices

Meal prices and student fees were among the agenda items approved for the 2018-19 school year the USD 410 Board of the July 12 regular meeting. The board approved a 5-cent increase for all meals except adult non-staff and extra milk. “We will need to take a look at food service and what we do going forward,” Superintendent Max Heinrichs […]

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USD 410 Board rejects food service contract

USD 410 Board of Education voted to reject the proposal from Opaa, a food management company, to contract for 2018-19 at the special meeting held June 25. School districts such as Marion-Florence, Centre and Canton-Galva partner with the company for their food service. Superintendent Max Heinrichs made the recommendation following negotiations with Opaa. “The only way to see a savings […]

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USD 410 board OKs $44,919 for 161 Chromebooks at HES

USD 410 board OKs $44,919 for 161 Chromebooks at HES

USD 410 Superintendent Max Heinrichs presents Teresa Bernhardt with her Service Award for completing 19 years of food service with the district. Don Ratzlaff As part of its routine agenda, the USD 410 Board of Education approved the purchase of laptops for Hills­boro Elementary School at the June 11 regular meeting. The district had received the lowest bid of $44,919 […]

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USD 410 board approves tuition fees for preschool at May 14 meeting

The USD 410 Board of Education approved preschool tuition fees for the 2018-19 school year at its May 14 regular meeting. Tuition for half days for 3- and 4-year-olds meeting four days a week will be $150 per month, at a total cost of $1,340. All-day five-day-a-week sessions for 4-year-olds will be $375 per month, at a total cost of […]

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USD 410 board approves contracts for administrators

USD 410 Board of Edu­ca­tion approved district administrator contracts for the 2018 fiscal year during its regular meeting Feb. 13. Following the board meeting in executive session, contracts were extended for two years for principal Evan Yoder for Hillsboro Elemen­tary School, principal Clint Corby for Hillsboro Middle High School and Lena Kleiner as executive director for TEEN. Contracts were extended […]

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USD 410 achievements continue with new leader

USD 410 achievements continue with new leader

Five students from Hillsboro High competed at the 2016 TSA National Competitive Events Confer­ence in Nashville, Tenn. Students Jacob Funk, Reece Berens, Nathan Sim­hiser, Jon Hinerman and Avery Unruh were accompanied by Creigh Bell, TSA adviser. When you consider the highlights and changes for Unified School District 410 in 2016, it starts at the top. Max Heinrichs began his tenure […]

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USD 410 board approves annual financial audit

The USD 410 Board of Education approved the annual financial audit presented at its regular meeting Dec. 12. Darren Anderson of Swindoll, Janzen, Hawk and Loyd presented an overview of the report, including changes in expenditures and cash flow since last year’s audit. Anderson said that an increase in the amount of supplemental funds, referred by the state as “new […]

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USD 410 board reviews shared-use agreement

USD 410 Board of Educa­tion discussed renewing the shared-use agreement with the city for the Hillsboro Sports Complex at its Nov. 14 regular meeting. While the board agreed to renew the lease, the final decision was tabled until the next month so Super­inten­dent Max Heinrich can discuss questions with City Administrator Larry Paine. The proposed agreement provides for the district’s […]

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USD 410 board hears of enrollment increases

The principals for USD 410 gave upbeat reports about the beginning of the school year to USD 410 board members at their regular meeting Sept. 12. Evan Yoder, principal at Hillsboro Elementary School, said enrollment is up from last year, with additional aides hired for kindergarten and second grade—the largest classes—working well. He also announced that HES is going back […]

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USD 410 school board wraps up business quickly

USD 410 Board of Educa­tion met Monday evening and completed its agenda in less than an hour. Superintendent Max Heinrich reviewed the 2016-17 budget, which was published Aug. 3 at its legal maximum of 61.79 mills, a decrease from 63.04 from last year. The goal, Heinrich said, was to try and keep the mill levy flat. With additional dollars generated […]

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