Archive - Dec 15, 2011 - News Article
Stressing a strong theme of smaller government and reduction in federal spending, five North Dakota GOP congressional hopefuls spoke in front of a live audience of roughly 100 at VCSUâ€™s Vangstad Auditorium Wednesday, Dec. 14.
The university provided the stage for an amicable forum among the Republican candidates for North Dakotaâ€™s lone U.S. House of Representatives seat. Sponsored by the District 24 Republicans, the event was the first, and possibly the only, public round table to feature all the contendersÂ before a nominee is chosen at the state Republican Convention next spring.
Valley City Public Schools is reviewing its wellness policy, and school officials are hoping for public involvement in the process.
A rough draft of the policy, compiled from several model policies recommended by the government, will go to administrative council for review. From there it goes through the schoolsâ€™ 11-member Nutrition Team, made up of made up of parents, students, teachers, administration and the public. Following another review by administration council it goes to the public for review.
The Valley City School Board will meet Monday, Dec. 19, at 5:15 p.m. at the Central Administration Building's Board Meeting Room.
1. Call Meeting to Order
2. Welcome the Audience
3. Approval of Minutes
4. Approval of Agenda
5. Approval of Bills
6. New Business
A. Potential New Manufacturing Business
A. Presentation by Sue Milender, Beth Beckers and Fuel Up to Play 60
B. Professional Learning Community (PLC) Reports from the Junior/Senior High School â€“ Terri LeGrand, Sarah Lerud, Kristi Brandt