The tennis complex is again on the agenda for Sulphur Springs Independent School District Board of Trustees. The school board is first to hear the architect’s report on the project from Jeff Porter, then will be asked to consider approving bids for the high school tennis courts project during Monday night’s board meeting.
Bids were presented to the board during the April 25 meeting, but trustees opted at the recommendation of SSISD Superintendent Mike Lamb to postpone bid approval for the tennis project until the next regular meeting, Monday, May 12, at 6 p.m. He noted the district should have “all bids and information” concerning the project at that time.
Also on the agenda for board consideration Monday night will be designation of an official radio station for SSISD sporting events for 2014-2015 and 2015-2016 school years; purchase of four convection gas steamers for the food service department; and security system software for a pilot program.
To be approved as one motion as part of the consent agenda are: tax credits and supplements, and delinquent tax collections for April; financial statements and bills payable for April; Head Start written plans; Head Start Self-Assessment Summary and Program Improvement Plan; and the instructional materials adoption committee’s recommendations for science books and materials for the 2014-15 school year.
In other business, Assistant Superintendent Betty Lawson will present the district accountability improvement plan update for the third quarter.
Head Start will submit for informational purposes policy council minutes and the director’s report for April.
At the end of the meeting, the board will enter into executive session to discuss personnel and real property issues that have arisen since the last board meeting. At the conclusion of the meeting, the board will reconvene to vote on any matters submitted for action.
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