2020-2021 News Stories

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    318 Residents to See Reduction in Property Tax

    School Board to Approve 1.87% Decrease in District Tax Levy on December 21. At the annual Truth in Taxation meeting on December 7, the ISD 318 School Board reviewed the final tax levy which amounts to a decrease for taxpayers. “If a resident sees an increase in their district taxes, it is only because the market value on their property has increased,” explained Business Manager Kara Lundin.

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    Elementary Students to Return from Distance Reset

    Cases in the county and among our staff have begun to decrease which means elementary students will return from the distance reset on Monday, December 14. At Grand Rapids and Cohasset Elementaries, K-2 learners will be in-person every day and grades 3 through 5 will be in the hybrid model. At Bigfork School, grades K through 6 will be in person every day starting. Middle and high school students will continue in distance learning through the rest of December.

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    ISD 318 to Temporarily Implement Distance Learning

    A 14-day reset period will begin on November 23, on November 10, ISD 318 Superintendent Matt Grose announced that the school district would need to move to a temporary distance learning model due to an increase in community COVID-19 cases.

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    ISD 318 Releases Its Return to Learn Plan

    ISD 318 released its Return to Learn plan to the public on Friday, August 7 at isd318org/ReturnToLearn. The document details not only the plan to return for in-person learning this fall, but also options for hybrid and remote learning should cases in Itasca County rise.

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    ISD 318 to Host Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies

    The community is invited to preview the new elementary schools and the renovated Cohasset Elementary in ribbon-cutting ceremonies. An event will be held at each of the schools to commemorate the completion of the project. “From the beginning, the community has been involved in the project. We want to honor that involvement and celebrate our return to school with ribbon-cuttings at each elementary,” said ISD 318 Matt Grose.

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