”We do not plan to limit attendance at graduation in the Barnett Arena. However, for those families with physical distancing between their families and others, we have leased overflow space for graduation at Lacroix Hall,”
This week the South Dakota Board of Regents approved tuition and mandatory fees for the upcoming academic year. These costs, at an average increase of $104.98, or 1.1 percent, will impact students in the State’s public university system.
The group asked the board to hold a prom on April 17th for those who couldn't attend the June date, and would still encourage the summer prom to be held to allow everyone a chance to make prom memories.
This is the third book Rencountre has had published, and she feels this book will have a personal connection for not only students but parents as well. As many people have witnessed bullying, as well as the current stage of the world.
Currently, there are 42 active cases in the district with 229 people actively in quarantine. With plans to roll out vaccines soon with staff at large in the next couple of weeks, the district is optimistic
If schools do move to level 3 -- no fans would be allowed to attend any of the events, but the schools would stream them on the internet. Previously if an RCAS school moved to level 3 all activities were also canceled.
Principal Bradley Chaney sent a voicemail out to Wilson Elementary families last night, explaining that an accident had occurred at that same spot in the past, and encouraged families and students to use the crosswalk and look both ways before crossing the street.
The bill is being reintroduced this year. The Oceti Sakowin community-based schools bill would design a network of community-based schools around the thoughts and philosophy of the Oceti Sakowin -- or 7 council fires of the Lakota, Dakota, and Nakota people.
Toward the end of the Fall semester, the board created two separate committees tasked with reevaluating those levels. One committee, geared toward activities - like band concerts and sporting events - is recommending specific changes, including continuing events without an audience.
If high school and middle school parents are looking to continue remote learning for their children this spring semester, they can apply for a distance learning spot this week through Sunday, Dec. 13 on Skyward.