School board still discussing NHS testing PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 24 June 2009 08:10

By VICTORIA WATT • Daily Leader

 

The USD 480 Board Meeting had passed several items on the agenda at its regular Monday meeting. First, board members talked about National Honor Society ratings and if the changes they wanted could be made. The board found a school that does NHS differently and they decided to study how the other school runs it. The date for further discussion was set for their organizational meeting.

Renewal of Orientation and Mobility Contract with Southwest Kansas Area Cooperative of Ensign was passed.

The west end drive at Liberal High School was approved to be upgraded similar to the rest of parking lot.

For the new running track, a fence about four-feet tall will be put up to eliminate vehicle traffic from damaging the surface.

A program call ExamView, this program helps students prepare for state assessments was approved to be put in all classrooms for the teachers’ use.

This was the last board meeting for Cliff Abbott and Bob Maier.

 

 

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