Pequot Lakes School Board accepts donations

Six donations were made to the district in the past month

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PEQUOT LAKES — In its Monday, May 16, meeting, the Pequot Lakes School Board accepted a number of donations made to the school district.

Six donations were made to the district in the past month, totaling $6,873.60.

Additionally, four donations were made to the student activity fund account in the amount of $3,206.

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As a part of its consent agenda, the board accepted the resignations of boys hockey coach Craig Larson, special education teacher Katherine Rennicke, middle school office clerk Dannielle Strong and Early Childhood Special Education paraprofessional Autumn Thull, as well as a contract non-renewal of girls hockey coach Chuck Deutsch.

The board approved the hiring of high school earth science teacher Bryan Boreen, assistant cook Shannon Niskanen, Eagle View Elementary School social worker Ashley Ingman and cook Erin Rindahl.


Dan Determan, sports writer/staff writer, may be reached at 218-855-5879 or Follow him on Facebook and on Twitter at

Dan Determan has been a reporter for the Echo Journal since 2014, primarily covering sports at Pequot Lakes and Pine River-Backus
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