Serving O'Brien & Clay Counties

Gearing up for another year

H-M-S board OKs fees, handbooks for 2024-25

Families of students in the Hartley-Melvin-Sanborn Community School will see few changes in fees for the coming year.

The only increase noted is for instrument rental. That fee will increase $5 to help cover costs to maintain school-owned instruments.

"We're paying quite a bit for instrument repairs," Superintendent Patrick Carlin said.

The other change is a 10-cent reduction in adult lunch prices.

Bread and dairy products for the nutrition program will continue to be provided by the same vendors. Casey's was the lone bidder for bread products and Prairie Farms' prices for milk were lower than...

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