Humboldt mulls ANW Co-op contract

The Humboldt school board says new language in the contract with the ANW Cooperative would make it more difficult to leave. The co-op provides services for disabled students.

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May 11, 2021 - 9:20 AM

Journalism students Peyten Galloway and Abby Rinehart talk about their recent state win. Photo by Trevor Hoag / Iola Register

The relationship between Humboldt district 258 and the ANW Cooperative may be changing.

This became apparent at Monday night’s board meeting during a discussion of the interlocal agreement between the two entities, which, according to superintendent Kay Lewis, dates back a significant amount of time.

The cooperative provides services for disabled students such as speech, hearing and physical therapists.

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