The Dassel-Cokato School District has set several dates during which materials may be returned, and other school year-end events. Currently, DC lists the following on its schedule for June:
- Monday, June 1 – Chromebook return/Sorting returned materials
- Tuesday, June 2 – Chromebook return/Sorting returned materials
- Wednesday, June 3 – Chromebook return/Sorting returned materials
- Wednesday, June 3 – Last day of school
- Saturday, June 6 – Diploma distribution
- Sunday, June 7- Virtual Ceremony and parade
DASSEL-COKATO – Dassel-Cokato FFA students shared information about the 2020 Minnesota FFA Convention, slated to take place Tuesday, May 19 through Thursday, May 21.
The event will take place virtually, via a mobile app.
Event organizers said using the app is the best way to stay connected for up-to-date convention information, including the convention schedule, workshops, speakers, and sponsor information. Online coverage of the mobile app is sponsored by Enbridge, and the mobile app is brought to you by the Minnesota FFA Foundation.
A QR code for the app is below.
The Dassel-Cokato School Board will meet Monday, May 11 at 6 p.m. via Zoom video conference.
The primary agenda item is the first reading/review of two district fund budgets: the long term facilities maintenance fund and the capital fund.
The Dassel-Cokato School Board has called a Zoom meeting Monday, May 4 to review bid proposals and award a bid for the parking lot/new road project to be constructed behind the middle/high school building.The meeting will begin at 6 p.m.
The Dassel-Cokato School Board discussed graduation ceremony ideas during its Zoom meeting Monday evening.
The board also reviewed how distance learning and meal delivery was going throughout the district.
See the Friday, May 1 edition of the Enterprise Dispatch for details.
Due to the changing and uncertain nature of COVID-19, current recommendations from the Minnesota Department of Health, Department of Education, state government, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and restrictions on school and large group gatherings, the Board of Adult Directors and Student Officers made the difficult decision that the 2020 Minnesota FFA Convention will no longer take place in person on the proposed postponed dates of Monday to Wednesday, June 8 to 10 this year.
Instead, student engagement, awards, and recognition will occur over a three-day virtual experience Tuesday to Thursday, May 19 to 21.
In addition to the virtual convention, the Board is excited to offer a Minnesota FFA Celebration the evening of Tuesday, Sept. 1, at the Minnesota State Fair in the Lee & Rose Warner Coliseum.