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School truth, taxation meeting

On Monday, January 18, at 6 p.m. the public hearing for the 2023-24 budget and proposed 2024 property taxes began, presented by Superintendent Ryan Nielsen.

Nielsen started by stating what affects taxes are the property classification and value and school district factors such as building bonds, student enrollment, and TFM.

Merry Grinch-mas!

The “Grinch,” standing next to Principal Ryan Arndt, visited the Canby Elementary on December 20 and ran amuck in the halls and classrooms for some Christmas fun before the holidays. *Picture by Jennifer Ufkin.

The Giving Tree

Canby Elementary Student Council hosted a "giving tree" for the school families to partake in if interested. The student council partnered with Prairie Five to gift local families this holiday season.

HOLIDAY SWEETS

Canby YAMS decorated holiday cookies to share with the residents at Sylvan Court and Sylvan Place. Members of the group pictured include (L-R): Kallie DeVos, Sadie Skogen, Jocelynn Lacek, Shelby Elsing, Jonna Briggs and Madison Antony.

Penny War

The Canby eighth grade class defeated the rest of the high school in the YAMS Penny War that took place last week. Presenting the proceeds to Kelly Erp (right) from the Prairie Five Food Shelf were YAMS members (L-R) Zach Ourada, Gabby Verhelst, Natalie Stoks and Blake Giese. 

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