Ennis School District

Ennis School board to discuss separation agreement with supt.

By   /  March 12, 2012  /  Montana, WatchBlog  /  1 Comment

ENNIS – The Ennis School Board on Tuesday is expected to discuss a “separation agreement” with its retiring superintendent, who is leaving amid questions facing the districting regarding his contract and funding used to build a school.
Ginger Martello, district clerk, told Montana Watchdog in an e-mail there was no report to accompany the agenda item, [...]

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Ennis school board accepts superintendent’s resignation

By   /  February 9, 2012  /  Montana, News  /  No Comments

ENNIS – The Ennis School District board has accepted the resignation of embattled Superintendent Douglas T. Walsh.
According to Board Member Lisa Frye, the vote at Wednesday’s meeting by the board was unanimous, and the resignation will be effective June 30, 2012. She said Board President Marc Glines said the search for a new superintendent would begin [...]

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Ennis superintendent resignation to be discussed by board Wednesday

By   /  February 7, 2012  /  Montana, News  /  2 Comments

By PHIL DRAKE
ENNIS – Ennis School District board members on Wednesday are expected to discuss the resignation of  embattled Superintendent Douglas Walsh, an official said.
Board member Lisa Frye said Monday that Walsh’s resignation was listed on the agenda. However, Board President Marc Glines told Montana Watchdog  that as of Monday night no letter from Walsh [...]

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Attorney General upholds opinion against Ennis School District

By   /  February 3, 2012  /  Montana, News  /  No Comments

HELENA – The Ennis School District improperly transferred property taxes levied to support adult education and transportation in order to build a $9 million school, Attorney General Steve Bullock wrote in a final opinion issued Friday.
Ennis officials could not immediately be reached for comment.

“Property taxes levied to support the adult education and transportation funds may be [...]

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Top Watchdog stories of 2011 unfold on walk down Memory Lane

By   /  December 30, 2011  /  Montana, News  /  1 Comment

By PHIL DRAKE
So how do you pick the top story of the year?
Do you go by the number of hits it generates on the website or do you trust your gut and select the story you think made the biggest impact? Does popularity override importance and who’s to say what’s popular is not important?
That’s the [...]

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By   /  December 26, 2011  /  Montana, WatchBlog  /  No Comments

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