Hurley School District gets good report card


November 19, 2019

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Jaci Matusewic, left, treasurer of the Hurley Education Foundation, presents school board president Joe Simonich with a $10,000 grant check from Associated Bank at the Hurley K-12 Board of Education meeting Monday. The grant was awarded to purchase equipment for the school's Northwoods Manufacturing program. Matusewic wrote the grant application for the school.


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IRONWOOD - Hurley School District is getting good marks from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction but it's just a snapshot report and the work is to constantly improve, according to reports at the Hurley Public School Board meeting on Monday.

"The results are overall and the scores don't fluctuate much, but the report card helps us with the goal of constantly looking for ways to improve," said Kevin Genisot, school district administrator.

In his report, Steve Lombardo, pre-kindergarden to fifth-grade principal, said Hurley placed 262...

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