A summary of the unscheduled days missed from school and their corresponding make-up date is listed below. Providing there are no more unscheduled days missed, students' last day of school will be Friday, June 1, 2018 with an 11:00 a.m. dismissal.
This spring the Charles Lakin Foundation is once again seeking nominations for the Charles Lakin Foundation Outstanding Teacher Award. Two elementary and two secondary teachers who teach in your schools are eligible for this award, which comes with a $10,000 stipend. The selected teacher's school will also receive a $2,500 award.
The nomination process is simple and done electronically though the KMA web site. Just click on the following link: http://kmaclosings.connections
Nominations are open through the month of March and can be made by educators, parents, students and community members.
The Treynor Board of Education passed a resolution on Monday, February 12, for a special election on April 3, 2018, to ask the Treynor voters to consider a ten-year 67-cent ($0.67) “voter-approved” Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL) in combination with an income surtax not to exceed ten percent, both determined annually by the Board of Directors.
The Board recognizes their commitment to being fiscally responsible to the constituents of the Treynor Community School District. They also recognize this resource would allow us an additional $160,000.00 annually to, for example, . . .
Presently, most of these items are paid through the General Fund, which takes dollars away from items that directly impact the students in the classroom. For example, our last two buses were purchased through the General Fund, as well as technology software.
The Treynor Community School District presently has the regular 33¢ Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL). With the permission of 50% + 1 (simple majority) of the voters in the April 3 election we would be able to extend this another 67¢ per $1000 taxable valuation of property. The impact on you would be , , ,
Become informed! Ask questions! Explore the impact on the learning environment of the Treynor Community School District! Identify the impact on you! If you have any questions, you may contact Interim Superintendent Lou Howell at (firstname.lastname@example.org), Business Manager Cindy VanFosson (email@example.com) or Board Director Brandon Vorthmann (firstname.lastname@example.org).
VOTE on April 3, 2018, from 7:00 A.M. – 8:00 P.M. at the Treynor Community Center, responding to this question on the ballot:
Shall the Board of Directors of the Treynor Community School District be authorized for a period of ten (10) years to levy a physical and plant and equipment tax of not exceeding sixty-seven cents ($ 0.67) per $1,000 of assessed valuation, and be authorized annually, in combination, to levy a physical plant and equipment property tax with the levy of property taxes for collection commencing in the fiscal year ending June 30, 2019, and to impose a physical plant and equipment income surtax upon each individual income taxpayer resident in the school district on December 31 for each calendar year commending with the calendar year 2018 or, each year thereafter the percent of income tax not to exceed ten percent (10%) determined by the Board of Directors each year to be used for the purposes set forth in the full ballot?
Thank you for becoming an informed voter.
The Treynor Speech Team is proud to announce their results from State Individual Speech Contest held on March 10th at Nevada High School. With 28 total performances by 18 different students we received an even split of fourteen 1 ratings and fourteen 2 ratings, with 7 of those being straight 1 ratings.
A big shout-out goes to our four All State Performers, Annaliese McCain (Literary Program), Payton Livengood (Improv), Kyla Mittan (Poetry) and Brendan Mass (Prose) who will be honored at the IHSSA All State Festival at UNI on Monday March 26th. They are among the top 5% of Speech performers in Iowa!
Micaiah Sedlacek is a senior at Treynor High School and was diagnosed with Granulomatosis with polyangiitis which is an uncommon disorder that has caused an inflammation of the blood vessels in his kidneys. As a result, he has received ongoing kidney dialysis and chemotherapy in addition to several hospital stays and many doctor appointments. It appears that a kidney transplant is inevitable. Obviously, medical expenses have been and will be very costly. Learn a little about Micaiah in his YouTube video interview with fellow senior, Annaliese McCain.
In an effort to help Micaiah and his family with the rising medical expenses, there are several fundraisers:
Past Events Held
Let's show our "Treynor support" for Micaiah!