Thursday, Oct. 7, 1937
With a total of 302 in the grades and 220 in high school, the enrollment has reached 522, a new high.
Enrollment in the grades is as follows: Grade 8, 36; grade 7, 38; grade 6, 32; grade 5, 35; grade 4, 37; grade 3, 44; grade 2, 42; grade 1, 38. Total grade enrollment includes 149 boys and 153 girls.
Thursday, Oct. 4, 1962
Rugby hired Harold Hoffert Monday evening for the city police force to replace Sgt. Dick Senger who resigned to accept a job on the Williston police force. Senger worked his last day on Tuesday. Senger recently rejoined the force after being away with the National Guard for nearly a year.
Hoffert has had no previous police work experience.
Monday, Oct. 5, 1987
The Rugby Education Association and the Rugby School Board last week reached a tentative accord on the terms of the 1987-88 school year teaching contracts.
The tentative agreement was ratified by the REA Wednesday evening and will be considered by the full school board at a special meeting tonight, Oct. 5.
The accord raises the base teachers salary from $14,400 to $14,500 per year. The total cost of the package approved by the negotiating teams is 2.2 percent higher than the last school term and will cost roughly $25,000 more than one year ago.
Other changes in the agreement relate to:
A reduction in the number of years a teacher is in the system before they qualify for educational leave (seven years was reduced to four).
The board agreed to buy, at a cost of $25 per day, each day of personal leave accumulated past a maximum of five in five years.
The wages paid to teachers who take tickets at various events was raised to $10 per event.
The school board will be considering final adoption of the school district budget tonight in addition to the negotiated agreement
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