The price for lunch at the cafeteria at the Eastern Pulaski School Corporation will be going up slightly.
Superintendent Dan Foster said the increase was in line with federal guidelines.
“We did increase our cafeteria lunch prices again. We have to get up to that two-dollar-and-fifty-three cent limit or something like that so we begrudgingly increased our cafeteria lunches ten cents.”
The Eastern Pulaski School Board members approved cafeteria and textbook prices at their recent meeting. Superintendent Dr. Robert Klitzman says it’s good news.
The North Judson-San Pierre School Board members approved an amendment to the salary schedule for bus drivers, non-certified staff and administrators at their meeting Tuesday night.
Superintendent, Lynn Johnson, explained that the salaries have been frozen for the past two years and the Board adjusted the salaries to make up for those two years.
The Knox Community School Board approved a small increase in cafeteria prices for the 2011-2012 school year:
“This year the State is requiring schools to increase by at least a dime,” said Superintendent, A.J. Gappa. “We’re going to hold our breakfast the same but we’re going to increase our lunch price at the Elementary, Middle and High Schools by $.20. Next year, our breakfasts will still be $1.10 for each student at all of the buildings, but lunch at the Elementary School will be $1.70 and lunch at the Middle School and High School will be $1.95.”
The Eastern Pulaski School Board members discussed textbook rental fees and cafeteria prices for the 2011-2012 school year at their recent meeting.