The tax rate, including Lake Maloney School bonds, is 1.136524 cents per $100 of valuation, which is a 0.01% decrease from the 2020 tax rate.
Superintendent Ron Hanson said there were no plans now to close any schools, “but we will do what’s safest for our students and staff.” Meanwhile, Great Plains Health was at capacity Wednesday morning.
Closing the schools will allow deep cleaning of all facilities and “a much-needed mental health break for staff and students,” district officials said in a press release and email to families.
During Monday's board meeting, Superintendent Ron Hanson said the district would require masks through the end of 2020 and a school patron presented a petition that requested families be allowed to sign liability waivers so students don't have to wear masks.
The North Platte Public Schools Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to approve the merger of Buffalo and Lincoln Elementary schools.
The North Platte Public Schools Board of Education passed its 2019-20 budget and property tax request, both unanimously, on Monday at its regu…
Three newly elected members of the North Platte Public School Board of Education took the Oath of Office on Monday at the board’s regular meeting.
The North Platte Public Schools Board of Education indicated a positive evaluation and then voted to authorize the board chairman to sign a th…
The North Platte Public Schools Board of Education voted to rehire superintendent Ron Hanson for three years beginning July 1, 2018.