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School Board to meet Thursday, 22 Oct 2020

The Adair County Board of Education October meeting will be held at the central office with social distancing guidelines in place on Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 6pmCT.

Dr. Pamela Stephens, Superintendent, and board members will open the meeting with the Pledge of Allegiance and prayer. The agenda follows:



1. Approval of agenda

2. Approval of consent agenda

Consent Agenda

3. Approval of minutes

4. Approval of treasurer's report

5. Approval of payment of bills

6. Acknowledgement of personnel action

Regular Agenda

7. Superintendent's report

8. Public comments

9. Approval of monthly financial statements - Renae Smith

10. Approval to add procedure 09.14 ap.24 release/inspection of student records to third party - Wes Irvin

11. Buildings and grounds update - Steve Burton

12. Approval of purchase two (2) new school busses 1:) through KISTA (66 passenger) 2.) 30 passenger handicap accessible bus partially funded by WHAS Crusade for Children, (grant) $40,000 - Steve Burton

13. Approval of design change for press boxes - Steve Burton

14. Approval to advertise to bid for legal services

15. Approval to advertise for agent of record regarding general liability, fleet, etc., for Adair County Board of Education

16. Adjournment.


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