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The School District of the Menomonie Area is looking for volunteers to serve on the Reconsideration Committee from September 1, 2024- May 31, 2025. Please see the posting below for more information.

The Menomonie Area School District is pleased to announce the opportunity to serve on the SDMA Reconsideration Committee. This is a volunteer position with duties based on SDMA Policy 361. 

The term of the reconsideration committee appointment will be from September 1, 2024-May 31, 2025. The committee will meet as necessary to review any instances where objections to instructional materials used in the school district cannot be resolved at the building level. The committee typically meets no more than once per school semester. 

Anyone wishing to be considered for an appointment to the SDMA Reconsideration Committee should submit a letter of application to District Administrator Joe Zydowsky (joe_zydowsky@msd.k12.wi.us) by 4:00 pm on Friday, May 17, 2024. The letter should include a listing of any previous experiences relevant to serving on the committee, reasons for interest in the appointment, and a description of when the applicant may generally be available for meetings. 

EOE. Questions regarding the application process can be answered at the District Administrator’s office, 215 Pine Ave. E, Menomonie, WI, 54751, (715) 232-1642 ext. 10111. 

The School District of the Menomonie Area does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, age, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, gender orientation or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability. "The School District of the Menomonie Area, by embracing the unique needs and using the strengths of our diverse community, is dedicated to preparing ALL students to become lifelong learners, caring individuals, and responsible citizens.

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Daniel Paulson (not verified)

This is a very important committee.  The school district needs folks with open minds to rationally consider requests for banning books from our schools.

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