The hearing will be followed by the regularly scheduled board meeting at 7 p.m. in which the second reading and the adoption of the budget are expected to take place.
During that meeting, Assistant Superintendent for K-12 Instruction Denise Burrell will talk about the CRCT results for the school district, which were released Wednesday.
School and Community Service Director Anna Burns and Assistant Superintendent for Federal Programs and Special Projects Curtis Jones will seek approval for a resolution in support of the General Griffin statue. A group of local men have proposed the building of a statue of the town’s founder Gen. Lewis Lawrence Griffin between 1 Griffin Center and Blue Collar Outfitters on Hill Street.
Nutrition Services Director Mary Ramsaier will seek approval for the upcoming school year’s dairy and bread bids as well as food, cleaning supplies and paper bids.
Jones will also present numerous current policies on first reading that are expected to be abolished, because they are either handled through different codes or determined by state law and local acts or because the board already has the authority to take actions without the policy.
No new business items are on the agenda, but the board will announce that all offices will be closed on July 4.