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.
It was good news for Humboldt’s student enrollment numbers as reported at Monday night's Humboldt Board of Education meeting. Numbers are projected to remain stable and grow slightly in the coming years.
Humboldt School Superintendent Greg Darling presented figures on enrollment, which indicate Humboldt’s head count is expected...
Hard work and dedication.
It’s the only way Cole Edge knows how to approach anything he does in life.
And it’s the reason why he is ranked 12th in the world in steer wrestling and why he will be one of the elite competitors in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas next week.
The event, to be held Dec. 4-10 at the...
For 17 years, Humboldt native Tony Ersland paid his dues as an assistant wrestling coach, hoping to land a division one head position.
His opportunity finally came last May when the 1992 Humboldt High School graduate was hired to lead Purdue University.
Ersland, who had been an assistant at Nebraska the past eight years, told the...
The days of the frantic, open house nights before the first day of school for elementary students is a thing of the past for the Humboldt Community School District, but that’s a good thing.
When school began last week for elementary students, there were no surprises and anxiety was reduced to a minimum.
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