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Dassel-Cokato school lunch

Monday, March 8 – No school.
Tuesday, March 9 – “Gone to the dogs,” baked beans.
Wednesday, March 10 – Chicken sandwich, french fries.
Thursday, March 11 – Cheeseburger macaroni, green beans.
Friday, March 12 – Fish sandwich, vegetable.
Fruit and milk served with lunch daily.

Dassel-Cokato Schools Lunch 12-14 to 12-18

Monday, Dec. 14 – Mandarin orange chicken, lo mein noodles, vegetable.
Tuesday, Dec. 15 – “Gone to the dogs,” baked beans.
Wednesday, Dec. 16 – Italian dunkers with marinara sauce.
Thursday, Dec. 17 – Ham cheesy potatoes, vegetable.
Friday, Dec. 18 – Sandwich bar, Sun Chips, veggies.
Fruit and milk served with lunch daily.

Travis receives scholarship

Dassel, MN – Olivia Travis of Dassel was awarded the John and Viki Gust Family Scholarship for the 2020-21 academic year. Travis is a student at St. Cloud State University.

Superintendent Jeff Powers announces retirement


After 22 years with the Dassel-Cokato School District, including 15 as the superintendent, Jeff Powers announced his plans for retirement effective June 30 during Monday’s meeting.
Each board member took time to thank Mr. Powers for his service, his commitment to the students and his commitment to making the district the best that it can be.


Dassel-Cokato school lunch menu for Nov. 16 – Nov. 20

Dassel-Cokato, MN- Dassel Cokato school lunch menu for next week will be:
Monday, Nov. 16 – Omelet, French toast, breakfast potatoes, fruit.
Tuesday, Nov. 17 – Chicken sandwich (original or spicy), vegetable, fruit.
Wednesday, Nov. 18 – Italian dunkers with marinara sauce, broccoli, fruit.
Thursday, Nov. 19 – Roast turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy, homemade stuffing, dessert, fruit.
Friday, Nov. 20 – Pulled-pork sandwich, coleslaw, kettle chips, fruit.
Milk served with lunch daily.

Dassel-Cokato Schools will be moving grades 7-12 to hybrid learning starting Monday, Nov. 16

Dassel-Cokato, MN-In a statement released by the Dassel-Cokato school district on Nov. 9 it said, it will be moving grades 7-12 to hybrid learning starting Monday, Nov. 16.   Grades PreK-6 will remain in-person learning. “The time we were hoping to continually prolong has arrived.  The factors used for determining learning models have evolved to a point where a change is needed.  Our county case-rate, community, and district numbers are all increasing.  Up until a few days ago, the impact was still manageable, however, as with all aspects of COVID-19, circumstances change quickly and often.  To date within the school district: 44 total people have tested positive for COVID-19, 23 have been since the start of November, and 5 students grades K-6 have tested positive (all but one from household transmission),” the statement said.