District 192
Eliminating elementary band, middle school athletics, increasing class size on the table The Farmington School District is looking at a number of budget cuts in the future due to a projected shortfall in the coming years. The district has a deficit of approximately $700,000 in the 2015-16 budget, so...Read More
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Schedule includes longer periods, more electives The Farmington School District approved a redesigned schedule for both Dodge and Boeckman middle schools for the 2015-2016 school year. With these schedules, district officials hope to have fewer transitions and more flexibility. The schools will be m...Read More
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The 2014-15 Farmington and Lakeville Parenting Series continues on Feb. 9 with a workshop by Jenny Hanlon, who is a mom, educator, consultant and author of “Your Family Compass.” The course will give participants real tools for dealing with the challenges that come with raising children toddler-...Read More
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Outgoing member wishes he could continue reforms he supported Outgoing Farmington School Board member Brian Treakle admits we was a little sad when he lost his seat during the November election. Although his last meeting was in early December, he said it was something he wished he could continue. He...Read More
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New school opens its doors in 2014 It’s not every year a district opens a new school, especially one like Gateway Academy. The Farmington School District added the new elementary school in fall 2014 with a focus on customizing its project-based learning strategies — a trend the district has been...Read More
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Students share thoughts during board meeting School board meetings are often filled with adults talking about boring things like policies and budgets. On Nov. 11 for about a half hour, the Farmington School Board heard a report from four precocious elementary students on how their new school is work...Read More
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