Stoll resigns from Perham-Dent School Board

Christi Stoll
Christi Stoll

The resignation of Perham-Dent School Board member Christi Stoll was accepted by the board at its regular meeting Wednesday, Sept. 11.

Superintendent Mitch Anderson said Stoll’s departure leaves the district with a unique situation. By accepting the resignation, the board is left with a vacancy until the next election in November 2020, according to Anderson.

Anderson said the board has the option to appoint a new member, or select an applicant after they’ve submitted a letter of interest. From there, a committee or the full board can make a selection, Anderson said.

Stoll wasn’t present at the board meeting, but board Chairwoman Cyndy Huber thanked Stoll for her years of service to the board.

Stoll was first elected to the board in 2014, and reelected in 2018. She declined to comment about her time on the board, or the reason for her departure.


In other school news

  • The board certified a proposed property tax levy. The levy is down 3.83% this year. The levy won’t be officially certified until January.

  • The board approved the 2019-20 agreement between Head Start and the Perham School District.

  • The board approved a series of lane change requests.

Related Topics: EDUCATION
What To Read Next
Mike Clemens, a farmer from Wimbledon, North Dakota, was literally (and figuratively) “blown away,” when his equipment shed collapsed under a snow load.
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission met on Jan. 5, 2023, to consider the application for Summit Carbon Solutions.
Qualified Minnesota farmers will receive dollar-for-dollar matching money to purchase farmland.
Wanda Patsche, new Farm Camp director, has farmed with her husband near I-90 in southern Minnesota since the 1970s and shares her passion for farming on her blog.