Summer school may be looking a little different this year as Assistant Superintendent Ryan Graves announced the district’s official plans for its much-anticipated program, which will run from July 13 through Aug. 12, giving students just 12 days off before the start of the new academic year.
The Cuba City Council met on June 8 to discuss the budget for the upcoming 2020-21 fiscal year. The meeting was held in a round-table format.
In the June 2 Cuba municipal election, incumbent Alderman Warren Graddy and challenger Harold Halbert finished in a dead heat. The result has prompted a new election, which is scheduled for July 7.
Covenant Praise Church of God is stepping up to fill a hole in the community by providing boxed meals over the summer to families. The Children’s Food Program was originally created to replace the school district’s food program once the academic year ended but Activities Director Stephanie LeDoux hopes to keep it going long after the summer ends.
As of June 1, Cuba High School has opened its doors to student athletes for the all-teams summer strength and conditioning program. It will take place weekly Monday through Thursday and will be held on the track, weather permitting. All coaches and participants will be expected to follow social-distancing guidelines.