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School Board MONDAY NIGHT

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You have to be on the ball when it comes to meetings in Luther. The School Board meets tonight. Although it was scheduled and posted properly, normally the board meets the second Monday of the month; except for June when two meetings are scheduled to have July off.

Luther Register will be there and broadcast on FB Live.

Read the agenda here. 

It will be the first official meeting for Superintendent Barry Gunn and the school board that includes Steve Broudy, president; and members Tony Rumpl (clerk), Sherri Anderson, CJ Cavin and Ray Stanfield. The agenda highlights include setting meetings times for the next year.

And a look at the budget, with just one month left in the fiscal year from this last report (May 25), the district has spent only 72% of its budget as lean budget times persist. Speaking of funding, a Monday morning check with the State Auditor’s Office finds they are still not complete with the citizen audit of LPS, with the audits of two municipalities ahead of Luther schools audit. 

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Other agenda highlights include hearing about the resignations of three members of the faculty. Lacee Parod was a special education aide, and Loralei Gann and Dr. Jessica Sigle were on the high school faculty. Dr. Sigle was awarded a $25,000 science grant back in January from Devon Energy. 

The meeting is at 6:30 pm in the Auditorium Board Room.

 

 

 

 

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