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September School Board Reports — Week 2

Seventeen local school boards met last week. Kansas Basehor-Linwood Highlights: Heard a School Resource Officer update Heard an enrollment update (School funding is based on enrollment) Considered proposed changes to district policies Blue Valley Highlights: Approved a name for the 143rd Street campus. It will be known as the Blue Valley Hilltop Campus. Acquisition of … Continue reading

School Bond-Funded Projects on Agenda for Independence Board of Education

Independence School District’s Board of Education will meet Tuesday, May 8, at 6 p.m. In addition to routine agenda items — such as replacing carpet in the libraries of two high schools and installing elementary school playground equipment — board members have a full schedule. They will hear an update on construction projects funded by bond sales approved … Continue reading

Evaluating Teachers & Building a New Elementary School on Olathe School Board Agenda This Week

Olathe School District’s Board of Education will meet Thursday, May 3, at 6 p.m. In addition to routine agenda items — such as purchasing new textbooks and approving student trips to the International Thespian Festival and the Science Olympiad National Tournament — board members will discuss construction of a new school and the district’s teacher evaluation process. During … Continue reading

Platte County Board of Education to Meet Thursday Evening

The Platte County R-3 School District’s Board of Education will meet Thursday, March 15, at 6:30 p.m. In addition to routine items on the agenda such as buying band uniforms and new school buses, board members have a full schedule Thursday evening. One significant item on the agenda is a resolution to cooperate with Platte City in extending utilities to the … Continue reading

Park Hill Board of Education to Meet This Evening

The Park Hill School District’s Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9. Although it appears that Scott Springston has accepted the board’s contract offer and will be Park Hill’s new superintendent, the district has not officially announced his hiring, and it is unclear whether he will be present at tonight’s meeting. In addition to more … Continue reading

UPDATE Jan. 26 8:56 PM – Park Hill Board of Education to Meet This Evening

UPDATE Jan. 26, 2012 8:56 p.m. — The board voted, and the name of the new elementary school is Tiffany Ridge. The Park Hill School District’s Board of Education will meet twice on Thursday, Jan. 26. This afternoon they will meet in a closed session starting at 3:30 p.m. And this evening at 7 p.m. they will hold a … Continue reading

Independence Board of Education Meeting This Evening

The Independence School District’s Board of Education met Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 6 p.m. In addition to routine items on the agenda, such as approving the payment of bills and accepting bids for services, the board heard a report from Superintendent Jim Hinson. Also, they had a full schedule of new business. Among other items listed under new business … Continue reading

Platte County R-3 Board of Education to Meet This Evening

The Platte County R-3 School District’s Board of Education is scheduled to meet this evening, December 15, in a closed executive session at 5:30 p.m. and a regular board meeting at 6:30. The regular board meeting is open to the public. According to the open meeting agenda, the board is planning to consider three action … Continue reading

Independence Board of Education to Meet This Evening

The Independence School District’s Board of Education is scheduled to meet this evening at 6:30 p.m. According to the meeting agenda, the board will be closing out business for the last academic year and getting ready for the next. They are scheduled to hear a financial audit report for 2011. In addition, they will consider … Continue reading

Methane Gas Discovery Heats Up Cost of New Park Hill Elementary School

Contractors working for the Park Hill School District have encountered $93,000 worth of highly flammable trouble while installing a ground source heat pump for a new elementary school. After workers started digging wells for installing heat pump pipes at the new school, they discovered a pocket of combustible methane gas in the ground. Heat pumps use pipes running deep underground — … Continue reading

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