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Auditor shares favorable report

November 20, 2013

with Murray County Central school board
By: Rebecca Hudson Murray County News Staffwriter

The Murray County Central school's annual audit, presented by auditor Steve Haugen, revealed a favorable snapshot of finances.  "As a whole," he said, "it looks pretty good."  The State has withheld aid payments to the school during state government budget shortages, but now it will, as of October, be reimbursing the districts on a 90/10 basis, which is an improvement over the previous 86.4/13.6, financial officer Lisa Rademcher noted.

A staff seniority list was reviewed, with Mark Schleisman the longest employed teacher with 33 years of service, followed by several other staff members with double digit years of service.  '

The board approved work agreements for the 2013/14 school year for non-certified employees including Theresa Nysetvold, Amy Woldt, Nichole Johnson, Della Haupert, Kerry Peterson, Deb Bleyenberg, Charlene Steensma, and Pam Johnson. 

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