Stewartville school leaders have decided to stick with a previous decision to cap open enrollment at 30 kindergartners for the 2020-21 school year. The School Board voted 6-0 last week to admit a total of 140 kindergartners into Stewartville schools this September, including 30 open-enrolled students who live outside the local district. Rebecca Wortman, School Board chair; and members Ryan Ravenhorst, Will Welch, and Lori Miller-Beach, present at the Central Education Center, and members Dean Mikel and Todd Emanuel, virtually present, all approved the decision. Board member Nichol O'Neill was absent. District officials initially projected 155 kindergartners would attend Stewartville schools to start the 2020-21 school year, said Belinda Selfors, superintendent... For more on this story pick up your copy of the Sept. 1 Stewartville STAR.