When Stu Fritz arrived in Humboldt in the spring of 1988 to become Wildcats’ head baseball coach, little did he know life-long friendships were about to unfold.
Fritz, who was employed in the school district four years, inherited a talented Humboldt squad that included a sophomore standout in Chad Ruby.
Now, 27 years later, Fritz...
As 22-year-old Daniel Edozie shared his life story, the fidgeting group of youth became more attentive.
Edozie, who recently completed his eligibility on the Iowa State University men’s basketball team, was a special guest at the Humboldt youth basketball camp last week (June 24). Edozie talked about staying positive and overcoming...
With state law requiring school districts in Iowa to pass their budget by April 15, the Humboldt School Board met the deadline by approving its 2015-16 budget Monday night (April 13) in a special meeting.
After a public hearing, the board approved a budget totaling $22,978,142. The figure is based on a property tax rate of $13....
Positives were aplenty Monday night (Feb. 16) during a joint work session of the Humboldt and Twin Rivers School Districts.
In a meeting held at the middle school media center in Humboldt, board members from both districts expressed satisfaction with the sharing that has taken place, now in its fourth year.
The Teacher Leadership and Compensation program is off to a successful start in its first year in the Humboldt and Twin Rivers School districts.
The new initiative allows teachers to work in greater collaboration with colleagues and school administrators to improve instruction and increase student achievement.
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