In addition to routine items on the agenda such as paying bills and overseeing personnel changes, the board heard a report from Superintendent Jim Hinson. Also, they had a full schedule of new business.
Among other items on the consent agenda, the board considered leasing district property on M-78 Highway for use as a fiber optic repeater node facility.
Significant new business included reviewing district policy changes and hearing an update on projects funded by voter-approved school bonds.
The Board of Education meeting, which was open to the public, took place at the Central Office; 201 N. Forest Ave.; Independence, MO 64050.
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