During its December meeting, the Cuba Board of Education approved a proposal that could help the district fill some of its current and future coaching vacancies. Under the plan, coaches that do not work for the district could be hired.
A Cuba girl has been named by the American Morgan Horse Association as the winner of its essay contest, “Why I am thankful for my Morgan horse,” that was held in November.
There were a number of big news items in Cuba during 2022, from changes in the school administration, key city employees leaving, lawsuits being settled, and more, but none will have the long-lasting impact that came with a decision by the Cuba School Board made to move the district to a four-day school week starting with the 2022-3 school year. Here’s a look back at how that decision was made and some of the other big news of the year.
While a few other officers were shopping with children, these members of the Cuba Police Department gathered for a group photo during Saturday’s Shop with a Cop event at the Cuba Walmart.
Filing for a wide range of area elected positions to be decided in the April election will close on December 27.
The Cuba School Board positions will be for three-year terms. Those positions are currently filled by Jennifer Moreland, Cheri Schuette, and Dr. Sean Siebert, who have all filed for reelection. Jamie King and Luke Eikermann have also filed.