School Board

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School board votes no tax increase

New Haven, Mo. – Thursday evening New Haven School District Board members unanimously passed a resolution to keep the current operational tax rate of $3.9448 and the debit service levy at 53¢, which comes out to an overall tax rate of $ 4.4748. (Current tax rate)

The overall tax rate of 4.4748 comes from combining the operational tax rate and debit service levy.  The 53¢ debit service levy has remained unchanged since voters passed a bound issue in 2008 and was the amount taxpayers were promised.  This amount is how the district is able to payoff the voter approved bound.

Teachers receive substantial raise in salary

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New Haven, Mo.
– Tuesday night, the New Haven School Board approved a 3.2 percent raise to the district’s base salary along with an increase in “experience steps” (years of service), which will calculate out to veteran teachers seeing the largest increase in pay

This is one of the largest overall increases in teacher salaries since 2005-2006 when the base salary was raised 3.64%.

Kruse accepts one-year extension

During last month’s meeting, the New Haven School Board offered Superintendent, Kyle Kruse a one-year extension on his current three-year contract, which he happily accepted.

"Facebook Law" drama nears an end

By Tim Sampson

Missouri News Horizon
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – After a long legislative battle, the issue of regulating online teacher-student communications has now fallen onto Missouri’s individual school district boards.

New Haven School District receives Distinction in Performance Award sixth straight year

During last week’s monthly board meeting Kyle Kruse, Superintendent, announced the New Haven School District has been awarded Distinction in Performance for the sixth consecutive year.

This award is given out annually to school districts that receive a “met” on at least 13 of the 14 criteria set fourth by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE). Examples of criteria include; the school district’s graduation and attendance rates, MAP testing scores, and College Placement.

New Haven School Board approves contract with KRJ for long-range facility plan at tonight's meeting

The New Haven School District is pleased to announce that at tonight's board meeting, the contract was approved for the architectural firm of Kromm, Rikimaru, and Johansen, Inc. (KRJ), to provide long-range facility planning services for the district.

The agreement with KRJ is to assemble a long-range facility plan to guide the development of school facilities over the next 10-20 years.

Discipline policy and fundraising procedures top School Board meeting agenda

The New Haven School Board met at a regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, September 14, 2011.  The board reviewed, discussed, and approved various items throughout the meeting.  All board members were present.

Superintendent Kyle Kruse reported that there were no negative comments directed to the school district following the four heat day cancellations.  He expressed his appreciation for the cooperation received from the students, parents, and community and believes that the hottest days are now behind us.

School Board votes No on raising tax rate

Photos by Kaylin Bade
New Haven School Board Tax Levy Hearing

School board meets with architects about long-range facility plan - Tax levy hearing August, 25

At Thursday’s New Haven School Board meeting, five architects presented how they would develop a long-range facility plan for the district looking ahead 10 to 20 years from now.

New Haven School Board will meet with architects to discuss long-range facility plans

The New Haven School District has scheduled a public meeting for Thursday, Aug., 11 2011 at 7:00 p.m.

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