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Becky Cselovszki

Superintendent

St. James R-1 School District

HQ Phone:  (573) 265-2300

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St. James R-1 School District

122 E. Scioto St.

Saint James, Missouri,65559

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

Heron Lake-Okabena ISD


Jackson County Central Schools


Administrator

SSC Elementary School


Principal

K12 Inc


Affiliations

The Family Services Network

Board Member


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Chamber Board

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Becky Cselovszki
St. James Public Schools


www.stjamesnews.com

St. James Superintendent Becky Cselovszki said that it was predetermined before this academic year that, if the district needed a two-hour late-start on a Wednesday, school would simply be cancelled, because Wednesdays are PLC Days, with early-outs at 1:45 p.m. for students.
"It is not an efficient way to spend taxpayer dollars, bringing students in to eat lunch, educate an hour, and dismiss." "The next question you might be asking is why not stay in session for the day? Our families have arrangements on these days, and to ask them to figure out alternates twice in one day seems a bit much," she said.


www.stjamesnews.com

At the St. James Library March 18, Harris gathered local heavy hitters--like Watonwan County Sheriff Gary Menssen, Mark Carvatt, St. James chief of police, Rob Prescher, Madelia chief of police, Shawna Asendorf, youth coordinator at St. James HS, K. Christian Johnson, pastor at First Lutheran Church, Paul Harris, adult gross misdemeanor/misdemeanor agent for the county's department of corrections, CADA's Shirley Knudson, Katie Lohse, public health supervisor in the department of Human Services, Steve Chapin, longtime health teacher at St. James HS, Joe McCabe, St. James city manager, Melissa Cornelius, victim witness coordinator in the county attorney's office, Becky Cselovszki, superintendent of the St. James school district, and Julie Fast, a regional navigator who covers 18 counties for Southwest Crisis Center, among others--who would have an interest and a stake in this topic to hammer out details for the May 20 program.


www.stjamesnews.com

Both St. James School Superintendent Becky Cselovszki and Athletic Director Les Zellmann said that they were told that two schools would vote no on this kind of a request by St. James.
According to Cselovszki, an action item will be placed on the agenda of the School Board next week where the Board will be asked to approve a motion to request the SCC for SJA to have the football program leave the conference, while remaining in the SCC for all other sports.


www.stjamesnews.com

St. James School District Superintendent Becky Cselovszki commented on the proposal, "The good news is the Governor has made education a priority in his budget.
Cselovszki continued,"There is also a provision for changing the extended time revenue, which would allow some additional funding and discretionary spending in the compensatory formula, if students were in school longer. Cselovszki said there were some unknows concerning the special education proposal, "I do not know of the model that he is proposing and I am assuming it would require more training for implementation, so hopefully the outcome is really a reduction in effort." Cselovszki continued, "ELL-The funding was extended for these students from 5 to 7 years.


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