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Kylee Ingebretson earns certificate in program

She is the business manager for the Pingree-Buchanan school district.

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The North Dakota School Business Manager Certification Program announces that Kylee Ingebretson has earned her certification after successfully completing 61 credit hours of coursework. A completion ceremony was held in Bismarck on May 5.

Ingebretson is the business manager for the Pingree-Buchanan Public School District.

Established in 2013, the NDSBMCP provides business managers practical education and training to help them successfully perform their responsibilities under state law. Courses are taught by superintendents and state officials who are experts in their respective fields. The program is administered by the North Dakota School Boards Association in partnership with the North Dakota Association of School Business Managers. It was started with the assistance of a state legislative grant.

For more information about the North Dakota School Business Managers Certification Program, visit .

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