Havre schools still working on plans for fall activities

 


The Havre School Board of Trustees discussed the high school fall activity schedule during its meeting Tuesday in Havre Middle School.

Havre Public Schools Interim Superintendent Craig Mueller said he hasn’t had any communication from the Montana High School Association on recommendations and advice going forward as the fall activities are still pending.

He said he also hasn’t heard of any schools who said they are not going to participate in any fall sports.

Right now, he said, some schools are allowing fans to be present for some activities.

He is going to find out what guidelines and rules will be provided about fans and crowds, he said.

Mueller said this morning that he spoke with the Havre Middle School Principal and Havre High School girl’s basketball coach Dustin Kraske, who informed him the girls team played a game at Havre High Tuesday with parents in attendance.


Kraske said to Mueller that parents were required to sit as family units, social distance and wear masks.

Look in upcoming editions of the Havre Daily News to find out about Havre Public Schools re-opening plan and for plans from other local school districts.

The one-year interim superintendent contract for Mueller was also approved unanimously at the meeting.

Mueller was hired as interim with the retirement of 10-year Superintendent Andy Carlson in June.

Mueller will serve while the board decides how to proceed whether to do a nationwide search for someone to fill the position.

The board has scheduled a special board meeting Tuesday, July 28, at 12:15 p.m at Robins School Administration Building.

The next regular board meeting will be Tuesday, Aug. 11, at 6:30 p.m. at Havre Middle School.

 

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