According to the agenda, the board will attend to routine business such as hearing the treasurer’s report and approving bids for services. In addition, they will hear a report on technology updates.
Last summer, board members approved the first phase of a year-long transition to a new $3-million computer network. The district’s technology needs have growing as enrollment has been increasing by about 250 or 300 students a year. Installation of the new network should be complete by the end of July. The district has budgeted existing bond money to pay for this project.
The Board of Education meeting, which is open to the public, will take place in the Doolin Center; 1900 N.E. 46th St.; Kansas City MO 64116.
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