Following updates to the state's Safe Learning Plan last week, plans are underway for Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools secondary students to transition to an in-person learning model, according to an email from Superintendent Teri Staloch sent to staff and families Feb. 23.
Members of the Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools Board of Education and administrative team met virtually with local legislators Feb. 1 to discuss the district’s legislative platform and initiatives.
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When the first round of vaccinations were offered up to school staff and child-care workers earlier this month, let's just say area school districts had to be picky in who received them.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District will now begin their rolling start back to the hybrid learning model on Feb. 8, according to an email from Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch sent to parents Jan. 22.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School District saved nearly $173,000 in energy cost avoidance over the last school year through energy efficient buildings, mechanical renovations and the PLSAS Operations Department’s monitoring of system controls, according to a press release from the district.
The Jan. 11 organizational meeting of the Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board began with the welcoming of a familiar face and two new ones to the board.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District will begin their return to school in the hybrid learning model starting Feb. 4, according to an email from Superintendent Dr. Teri Staloch sent to parents Friday afternoon.
The coronavirus pandemic has drastically changed day-to-day life including how students are receiving their education.
Governor Tim Walz’s Dec. 16 announcement allows elementary students to return to classrooms mid-January using a rolling start and for the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District this means K-5 students will soon be in-person learning five days a week.
Prior Lake-Savage Area elementary students are tentatively scheduled to return to in-person learning using a rolling start beginning Jan. 19, according to an email from Superintendent Teri Staloch sent to parents Thursday evening.
Secondary students within the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District have the next few days of school off as the district transitions grades 6-12 from a hybrid learning model to distance learning and soon K-5 students will join them.
Most school districts in Scott County will halt in-person learning for some students this month in response to rapidly increasing community spread of COVID-19.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board unanimously approved a 2020-2021 preliminary levy maximum of 3.86% Monday night. The final levy will be approved by the board in December.
The Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board approved various requests for additional staffing for the 2020-2021 school year at its Sept. 14 meeting.
The communications protocols and board operating norms for the Prior Lake-Savage Area School Board, which asks for the board chair and superintendent to be copied on email responses from members, was discussed during the Sept. 14 meeting of the board.
As public school districts have wrestled all summer with tough decisions on how to start the school year, private institutions have forged ahead.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools staff held signs reading “Teachers deserve safety,” “Later start = Safer start,” and “Teachers supporting teachers,” as they filled the parking lot of the District Services Center Monday evening before the PLSAS Board met to discuss a recommendation to prolong …
John Dols was named Holy Family Catholic High School’s second principal March 1; an official start date coinciding with the 2020-21 school year. Little did he know, two weeks into his transitional period, COVID-19 would send students home for the final two months.
Matthew Feraru mastered every course Prior Lake High School could throw at him, whether they were multivariable calculus, world history or environmental science. His summer plans are to soak up still more knowledge.
How will school work in the fall as the pandemic continues? The answer should come in a few weeks, but it could also shift during the school year depending on a particular district or school's circumstances, state and local officials said this month.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools' middle school Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports team has been named a 2020 exemplar by the Minnesota PBIS State Leadership Team, according to the district.
Elementary students and staff in across the Prior Lake-Savage Area School District took to their cars to celebrate the end of another school year.
More than 60 community education and Kids’ Company staff were called back to work on Monday as Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools prepare for summer programming.
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Prior Lake High School's class of 2020 made their way to the high school one last time during a diploma pick up event on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Late last week, the Minnesota Department of Education released guidelines for graduation ceremonies. The top recommendation: schools should hold ceremonies that can be conducted remotely and ensure attendees do not need to leave their homes, like a virtual ceremony.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools this month is recognizing 11 teachers and other staff members who will retire after the 2019-2020 school year.
Spending cuts of more than $2 million next school year in Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools will affect staff and classroom supports after a split School Board vote this week.
Sue Ann Gruver, who was superintendent of Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools from 2008 to 2015, died late last month at age 72, her family announced.
A second budget proposal by Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools that cuts more than $2 million in spending but keeps several more teaching support staff on through next year is set for a School Board vote on May 4.
Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools officials are heading back to the drawing board after School Board members criticized a preliminary proposal for millions of dollars in spending cuts and adjustments, including cuts in teaching staff.
Katy Schuerman will be principal at Five Hawks Elementary School starting next year following the retirement of Tim Bell, Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools announced this month.
The following students were named to Prior Lake High School’s Honor Roll after achieving a grade point average of 3.0 or higher during the third term of the 2019-2020 school year.
More than 100 community education staff members at Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools have lost work because of coronavirus-related revenue losses, the district announced in a letter to staff Monday.
When Prior Lake High School Spanish teacher Kate Dunklee said goodbye to her students on March 13, she thought it was for the weekend. It turned out to be until May or later.
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