Boyceville Schools

BV school board approves move to remote learning

BOYCEVILLE — The Boyceville Community School District, in its entirety, will be moving to a remote or online model of learning following the upcoming Thanksgiving break. Following a proposal from superintendent Nick Kaiser, in which he advocated for a “reset” to combat rising close contacts and positive cases due to COVID-19 within the district by…

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BHS NHS inducts 11 new members

On Monday evening, November 9th, 2020 the Boyceville High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual induction ceremony. To be eligible for membership consideration, students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5. In addition, candidates must meet high standards of leadership, service, citizenship and character. Members of the junior class were evaluated…

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Boyceville School’s mill rate drops 8.5 percent

BOYCEVILLE—The School Board approved a tax levy that will support school operations for the next year. Meeting on Wednesday evening, October 28th the board approved a tax mill rate of 8.88646 which is eight and half percent lower than the current budget. The new rate will ask for a total tax levy of $3,019,120, which…

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Boyceville School Board updates face covering policy, to continue COVID protocols

BOYCEVILLE — With the State’s emergency face coverings mandate set to expire September 28, the Boyceville Board of Education took action to update its re-opening plan to include monthly reviews of the face coverings at the regular monthly meeting held Wednesday, September 16 in the high school/middle school IMC. Essentially, the board unanimously approved to…

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Boyceville school board approves several personnel changes

BOYCEVILLE — With the new school year set to begin next Tuesday, September 1, the Boyceville Community School District’s Board of Education approved more than a dozen 11th-hour personnel changes at its regular board session held Wednesday evening, August 19 in the Tiffany Creek Elementary IMC. During the final summer meeting at Tiffany Creek Elementary…

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UW Health offers guidance for parents with children returning to school

MADISON – UW Health is offering tips for parents to stay safe as their children go back to school or leave for college. Both scenarios present different challenges and risks of exposure to COVID-19. “We know these are difficult times for parents as they weigh the benefits of in person education for their children against…

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