Oak Harbor School District to ask city council for endorsement of centennial

The Oak Harbor School District will approach the Oak Harbor City Council next week asking for a resolution concerning a major anniversary.

Superintendent Rick Schulte said during Monday’s school board meeting that he wants the city council to approve a resolution congratulating the school district on reaching its 100th anniversary.

Schulte and school board president Corey Johnson are scheduled to attend the Nov. 7 Oak Harbor City Council meeting that begins at 6 p.m.

Schulte said he has arranged a viewing of a video titled “Opportunity Comes from Community” the same night.


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