Pequot Lakes School District shares back-to-school information
School starts Sept. 7 with an estimated 1,730 students
Pequot Lakes School District
- First day of school: Tuesday, Sept. 7.
- Estimated district enrollment: 1,730.
- New teachers/administrators: Sarah Bowman, elementary music; Justine Franke, middle school physical education/health; Mykala Griffin, middle school English/language arts; Theresa Harsha, family and consumer science; Tavis Juran, band; Angela Orsburn, middle school special education; Emily Patnode, early childhood; Tracy Princivalli, district nurse; Jeff Tvedt, elementary special education; Joell Tvedt, community education director; Monica Sergent, academic interventionist; Robbi Berry, high school office; Megan Carlson, payroll/human resources clerk; Robynn Davidson, secondary registrar; Bonnie Flategraff, accounting clerk; Dakota Guderjohn, technology; Patricia Johnson, cook helper; Gerald Logelin, bus driver; Zoila Lohr, custodian; Chris Newton, technology; Kerri Nordby, information, data and assessment coordinator; Robin Olson, elementary office; Christina Reuper, middle school secretary; Dan Ronning, bus driver.
- Anything new/exciting/different happening in the district this year: From Interim Superintendent Kurt Stumpf: “The Pequot Lakes School District is looking forward to in-person learning for five days a week. We are looking forward to the collaboration between students, staff and our community to have an outstanding 2021-2022 school year.”
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