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Summerland students will begin year at new site

 

LuAnn Schindler | SAM

First meeting • (l-r): Summerland business manager Sally Finch and superintendent Kyle Fink review calendar dates during Monday's board of education meeting in Ewing. It was Finke's first board meeting as superintendent.

Summerland students will start the 2021-2022 school year under one roof.

The decision to set Monday, Aug. 30 as the first day of classes for kindergarten through 12th grade students was announced July 12 at the board of education meeting, in Ewing. Preschool students will attend classes beginning Aug. 31.

After a building update from John Wieser, of Hausmann Construction, Superintendent Kyle Finke presented an amended school calendar.

"I would like to have us all in the same building at the same time and not have to start school with part in one building, part of us in another," Finke said....



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