'Student success coordinator' to help bolster Park Rapids graduation rate
Park Rapids Schools have received unofficial approval to hire a "student success coordinator," whose role will be to increase graduation rates by focusing on at-risk middle school students, superintendent Glenn Chiodo reported at this week's board meeting.
The anticipated two grants from Blandin Foundation ($50,000) and Northwest Minnesota Foundation ($25,000) will fund the two-year, part-time position.
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