District 1 personnel committee discusses class size

Even after Williston built a new school to deal with growth, classes are overcrowded again.

How crowded? Superintendent Michael Campbell had a joke to describe how many students are in the district.

“We’re hanging them on hooks as they walk down the hallway,” he said.

Not quite. But Campbell said things are getting to the point where schools may once again have to hold classes in the hallway to deal with the growing number of students.

And the school district will have to hire more teachers. The district’s personnel committee met Wednesday night to discuss classroom space and how many teachers will be needed.

Read the rest at the Williston Herald

Posted: January 12, 2018


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We would like to say "Thank You" to Western Cooperative Credit Union for donating school supplies to the Williston School Districts! The employees donated $600.33 worth of school supplies and backpacks for children in need. Thank you very much for partnering with our district, Western Cooperative Credit Union!
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In an effort to keep class sizes as manageable as possible, any K-4 student who has registered from this day forward will be placed at McVay Elementary where there is currently more space. If you have not enrolled your student for the current school year, please finish registration as soon as possible. If you have moved out of the district, please call the District Office at 701-572-1580.Than
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For RETURNING students, parents need to log in to their PowerSchool Parent Portal and complete registration for each student. For NEW students to the district, parents need to bring the required documents to the District Office, at which point, they will be emailed a registration link and need to register online.  If online registration is not complete, the student is not enrolled for this year.
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