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AUGUST 15, 2018, REGULAR BOARD MEETING MINUTES

The Stanton School District Board of Directors met at 5:30 PM on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, in the Board Room for a regular session. President Brian Bates called the meeting to order with Directors Amy Tibben, Travis Taylor, Tom Weis, and Paul Vanderholm present. Additional attendees were Superintendent Dave Gute, K-12 Principal Kevin Blunt, and Board Secretary Tammy Boyer.   APPROVAL OF AGENDA Director . . .

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Southwest Iowa Honor Marching Band

 To Stanton students are participating in the Southwest Iowa Honor Marching Band. Here are some pictures of Cameron S. and Charles D. in the Iowa State Fair Parade as they participate in the Southwest Iowa Honor Marching Band and a couple pictures from camp. On the last day of camp Charles was awarded best marcher in his section.  Congratulations Charles and Cameron, more good things to come for these two Stanton students!

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2018 - 2019 School Supply List

  Stanton Elementary School Supply List 2018-2019 Kindergarten Crayons (no more than 24 count), twistable colored pencils, 1 bottle Elmer’s school glue, Elmer’s glue sticks (4), round tip scissors, plastic “pencil” box (please no pouches or zippers), backpack, 2 . . .

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Dental Screenings!

Dear Parent or Guardian, All incoming 9th graders are required to have a dental screening. This requirement was passed by the 2007 legislature and became effective July 1, 2008. The purpose of the dental screening requirement is to improve the oral health of Iowa's children. Dental screenings help with early detection and treatment of dental disease; promote the importance of oral health for school readiness and . . .

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Vision Screening!

  Dear Parent/Guardian: The Iowa Department of Health has put into effect a law requiring that every student in Kindergarten and third grade have a certificate of vision screening.    To be valid, a minimum of one child vision screening shall be performed no earlier than one year prior to the date of enrollment and no later than six months after the date of child’s enrollment into both the . . .

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Power up Summer!

Schools Out... Summer Meals

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