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OSAKIS SCHOOL BOARD

The school board also discussed therapy dogs and Special Olympics.
The presentation was given by special education teacher Kaylie Waldvogel, who explained how the program worked and encouraged the district to get involved.
The decision was made at the regular Osakis School Board meeting on Monday, March 14.
The action was taken at the board's regular meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 16.

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