The board set a special meeting for Tuesday, June 18 at 6:30 p.m. for evaluation of the superintendent, to be followed by an open session to consider offering the superintendent's contract.
Sports officials contracts and financial reports were approved.
In reports, Transportation/Building and Grounds Director Mike Zintz reported that the faculty parking lot at the high school would be redone and the football concession stand would be fully operational and up to code by fall. Superintendent Ryan spoke about the ALICE training that staff had went through the previous week with emergency personnel and asked the principals to speak about how the training went. The training included "class" time in the auditorium as well as simulations of emergency events. There was at least one representative from each building and CHS principal Roger Raum said the training was very empowering. The staff learned strategies to employ in case of emergencies, such as a shooter in the building. The local fire department, law enforcement and EMS were involved in the training.
The next regular board meeting is schedules for Monday, July 8 at 6:30 p.m. at the Administration building.