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Education

  • School Board approves Yost resignation

    RED OAK — The Red Oak School Board approved the resignation of high school football coach Andy Yost at their meeting Monday night.

    Yost e-mailed his resignation to Superintendent Terry Schmidt, High School Principal Jedd Sherman and Activities Director Angie Spangenberg on April 19.

    Yost wrote in the e-mail that he was accepting the position of physical education instructor and offensive coordinator position at Creighton Prep High School in Omaha.

  • ‘Starlit Paradise’ featured theme at Red Oak’s prom

    RED OAK — Red Oak High School students will be celebrating their annual prom Saturday night at the Red Coach Inn.

    The walk in begins at 6:30 and goes until 7:30 p.m. Meals will be served at 7:45 p.m. The menu for the dinner will be chicken fried steak, salad with ranch dressing, mashed potatoes and gravy and corn, and a brownie.

  • UPDATED: A closer look at the Red Oak school budget

    UPDATE: The school budget for the 2012 fiscal year was unanimously approved at the Red Oak School Board meeting Monday night.

    There will be more in the April 19 edition of the Red Oak Express.

  • Cyberbullying to be featured during parenting podcast

    AMES — Although schools have begun to learn how to prevent bullying, new technology has given children new ways to bully – sometimes called cyberbullying.

    Iowa State University Extension is taking a closer look at cyberbullying in this month’s Science of Parenting radio program podcast.

  • Red Oak school district preparing for 5-year audit

    RED OAK — With the budget hearing looming, the Red Oak School Board focused much of last Monday’s meeting on accreditation as well as the budget for the next fiscal year.

    The school district will be receiving the equity and standard business function audit as part of accreditation for five years.Some of the areas covered during the audit include Civil Rights, Title IX, employment practices and American Disability Association (ADA) regulations.

  • Red Oak athletic director resigns; board discusses budget, calendar

    RED OAK — The Red Oak School Board accepted the resignation of Red Oak High School Dean of Students and Activities Director Angie Spangenberg at their meeting, last Monday.

    The move was unanimously approved and contingent upon the Superintendent determining the end of the 2010-11 school year as to being June 30.

    Superintendent Terry Schmidt said the search will begin immediately for a new Dean of Students and Activities Director.

  • Red Oak High School Announces Honor Rolls

    High Honor Roll

    9th grade – Christopher Allison, Margaret Bennett, Angelica Cerda, Ellen Fellers, Sabrina Guerra, Evan Mellott, Chase Palmer, Claudia Parris, Kylie Pendleton, Austin Streicer and Iris Tena.

    10th grade – Nikolus Bets, Brandy Childers, Kaitlyn Danick, Margo Elarton, Bevin Griffen, Maddie Holmgren, Dustin Jones, Jeannie Kort, Nick Leinen, Courtney Marsden, Ashley Peterson, Sydney Sallach, Geoff Sellers, Bryce Uhlenberg, Pete Walker and Eva Woods.

  • School Board confirms Spangenberg resignation

    RED OAK — The Red Oak School Board approved the resignation of High School Activities Director and Dean of Students Angie Spangenberg at their meeting Monday night.

    Spangenberg's resignation will be effective at the end of the 2010-11 school year. She has been in the Red Oak school district for more than 28 years.

    Superintendent Terry Schmidt confirmed to the Red Oak Express that they will begin a search immediately.

  • School board authorizes district to be fiscal agent for Cage

    RED OAK — The Red Oak School Board approved a measure last Monday night to be the fiscal agent for the Middle School’s Basketball Cage Project.

    Under the measure authorized by the Board, they would accept pledges and only spend the money as it came in.

    More than $50,000 has already been raised for the project. The goal is to break ground on the cage project by the end of this school year and possibly be ready to go by the fall.

  • Essex business teacher, Kimberly Peterson, selected to Leadership Team

    Kimberly Peterson, Essex High School business teacher was selected to serve a three year term on the Department of Educations Quality Business and Marketing Programs Leadership Team.

    The Business and Marketing Program Management Committee and the Iowa Department of Education have put together a statewide committee of secondary/post secondary Business instructors and Marketing instructors to lead a project for developing model Business and Marketing programs.