Paul Woehlke en Intervention Program Shows Results <p>The Monmouth-Roseville School Board believes the district&#39;s&nbsp; Response to Intervention program deserves more time to prove its worth.<br />&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;<br />Superintendent Paul Woehlke says,&nbsp; despite budget concerns, it&#39;s a good move to retain the seven aides in the program.<br /><br />The goal of RTI is keep students who are failing academically in regular classrooms.<br /> Mon, 21 May 2012 15:17:42 +0000 James Lenz 15447 at Intervention Program Shows Results Superintendent Says Districts Could Share Services <p>The Monmouth-Roseville school superintendent hopes the Classroom First Commission will take a look at simple ways to save education dollars.<br /><br />Paul Woehlke said small steps can mean big savings.<br /><br />He said, &ldquo;There is opportunity for sharing what we call &#39;back office&#39; functions. Payroll and bookkeeping and those kinds of things. In my mind, I&#39;m not sure that opportunity has been explored to its fullest extent yet.&rdquo;<br /><br />He said districts use a wide variety of software packages so compatibility is the only real barrier.<br /> Mon, 23 Apr 2012 20:15:27 +0000 James Lenz 13939 at Superintendent Says Districts Could Share Services District Will Remodel Website <p>Monmouth-Roseville School Superintendent Paul Woehlke said many people form their first impression of the district from its website. He said it serves as the online &rdquo;front porch&rdquo; for the district. It needs a facelift.<br /><br />He said, &ldquo;We just have not kept up with the times in terms of having a website that&#39;s modern and user-friendly and informative and up-to-date.&rdquo;<br /> Mon, 09 Apr 2012 16:51:42 +0000 James Lenz 13230 at District Will Remodel Website District Will Switch to Sales Tax Revenue for New Building <p>The Monmouth-Roseville School District originally planned to rely on a fund-raising campaign to come up with the money for a new building.&nbsp; It will house a weight room and agriculture classes.<br /><br />Superintendent Paul Woehlke said the estimated cost of the building is $500,000. He said the district will rely on a mix of donations and sales tax revenue to pay for it.<br /><br />Woehlke said the Sports Boosters and FFA Alumni raised about $60,000. Another $10,000 came from other donations.&nbsp; That money was spent on construction materials.<br /> Mon, 20 Feb 2012 18:45:59 +0000 James Lenz 10519 at District Will Switch to Sales Tax Revenue for New Building