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Students will fill classrooms in Orono when school begins Tuesday, September 8, for grades 1-12 and Wednesday, September 9, for kindergartners. Registration New families living within district boundaries should begin the registration process by calling the District Office at 952/449-8300. Families living in other districts that wish to enroll their student(s) in Orono should call 952/449-8308. Attendance Hours…

Orono High School has been selected as one of America’s Top High Schools 2015 by Newsweek. The magazine’s list, released August 19, includes 500 high-performing high schools in America. Orono was second of 10 Minnesota high schools to make the list and 101st of the 500 high schools nationwide. The Newsweek rankings recognize the achievements of the best public…

Two incumbents and one newcomer filed for three seats in the 2015 School Board election. Michael Bash, finishing his third four-year term, and Dick Lewis, finishing his fifth term, have filed for re-election, while Laura Wallander is seeking her first term on the board. Board Chair John Malone did not seek re-election. The School Board…

First Student, the company that provides transportation services for the district, is now hiring part-time bus drivers. Qualified candidates must be 21 years of age or older with a high school diploma or equivalent. The company offers hourly rates starting at $15, a $1,000 bonus and a schedule of 20-30 hours per week (Monday-Friday). Medical,…

Orono Schools proudly hosted two exceptional AmeriCorps Promise Fellows, Krista Sackmann and Kevin Malone, during the 2014-2015 school year. Now that their year of service has come to a close, we are looking for two new candidates to serve in our school district during the 2015-2016 school year. Promise Fellows provide support and guidance to youth mainly in grades…

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