The Oregon-Davis School Corporation is working to identify a few items in their buildings that will require future replacement.
Following last Monday’s school board meeting, members toured the school corporation to discuss what should be included in a future “Strategic Plan.” The goal is to estimate the cost of replacing items essential to operating the schools, and estimating their lifespan.
Things got a bit warm in some areas of Knox High School, recently.
That’s why Knox School Board members on Monday agreed to use Rainy Day funds to update some of the HVAC units at the school building. The air conditioning units are reaching the end of their normal life, about 15 years, causing some interruptions in cooling at the building. Continue reading →
When the Knox School Board met Monday night, it accepted the retirement of Kindergarten teacher Sue Wendel, effective August 1, 2016. Bus driver Charity Becker; Head Varsity Cheer Coach; Becca Stacy, and Junior Varsity Cheer Coach, resigned effective this month. Continue reading →
The interim superintendent with the North Judson – San Pierre school corporation says they are still in the assessment phase of their plans when it comes to readjusting their finances. Continue reading →
The North Judson – San Pierre School Corporation has their work cut out for them, but all indications are they will end this fiscal year in the black.
Tuesday night’s school board meeting brought with it a packed house and a few observers wondering what the school corporation’s plans are following the defeat of a referendum designed to temporarily increase the property tax levy. Continue reading →
The Knox School board, in a divided decision, voted to continue with its current property casualty insurance provider, First Source Bank, Liberty Mutual. It had heard a presentation from a school cooperative provider of insurance last month.