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Special meeting scheduled

Thursday, August 28, 2008

The Clay Community Schools Corporation has scheduled a special session for 7 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 2.

During the meeting, the board will conduct a budget hearing, going over the following items:

* Hearing on 2009 budget, capital projects plan, school bus replacement plan and levy neutrality, and

* Property tax shortfall in general and transportation funds for 2007 and 2008.

The board will also discuss personnel issues before adjournment.


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Sept. 2 is a Tuesday...............

-- Posted by Bruther on Thu, Aug 28, 2008, at 9:05 PM

Let's see what's most important here:

It would have to be the quality of the childrens education I would think and that starts with the quality of our teachers and the curriculum of the programs.

Make sure we are teaching them the right stuff and ensure that the teachers are good enough to give these lessons in a straight-forward and interesting manner.

If teachers aren't up to snuff then they shouldn't be working in Clay County.

On the other hand if we do have teachers who measure up and can do the job the right way, well, pay them a decent wage so they will be happy to work for us and maybe they will stay!

When we know that these bases are covered, then we can start planning to upgrade our existing buildings and plan for new ones.

That wasn't to hard now was it!!!

-- Posted by BowlingGreenGuy on Sat, Aug 30, 2008, at 10:12 PM


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