|6/11/2021 10:33:00 AM|
Graduation decisions made for Dodgeville's 2021 class
The 97 graduates from the class of 2021 will be able to have more family members watch them walk the stage following school board action Monday night.
Tickets for the event will be set at eight for each graduate with the plan to hold the ceremony outside. If weather dictates an inside event in the upper gym and cafeteria will be used with live streaming available.
Principal Ryan Bohnsack and staff members were saluted for the work they have put in for making a graduation event happen.
Social distancing and mask requirements will be followed pending what the Iowa County Health Department recommends.
Graduation is set for May 30.
The board spent some time discussing the bus patterns for pick-up and drop-off. Safety concerns were discussed and several adjustments were considered when taking into account the number of students who get dropped off and those who walk.
Further study will take place and the bus company will be involved in the discussion.
The board voted to retain all officers presently serving as well as all committee assignments. Committee assignments not connected with the district were also approved and will stay the same.
The board learned they will have to find some new coaches for fall sports with the resignation of head football coach Josh Busch and head volleyball coach Nicole Hottmann. Other resignations approved were Kyle Ebel as DTV coordinator, Jared Schaaf as DECA Advisor, Casey Schenkel as vocal director for the musical.
Approved were Kyle Ebel as DECA Advisor, Jason Holzemer as middle school track and field assistant coach, Lara Palwelski as special education paraprofessional, Alli Klein as kindergarten teacher pending release of contract from her current district, Ryan James for a custodial position, Jay Moelling as tech ed teacher and Wendy Dueling for middle school art.
In other business the board:
-presented a certificate of appreciation to outgoing student council board representative Gretchen Brueggen.
-approved open enrollment requests.
-voted to continue WIAA affiliation
-approved all spring sports contracts
-approved club status for We Are United Against Hate with Beth Stopper and Jason Palzkill as advisors.
-approved foreign travel for next school year based on COVID-19 restrictions at the time and at the discretion of the district administrator.
-received an update from Bohnsack about the events closing out the year and learned the board members are included in the number who can attend.
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