Sulphur Springs school board has called a special meeting at noon Wednesday to consider approving proposed asbestos abatement at one school and replacement of 35 heating, ventilation and air conditioning units throughout the district, among other items.
Asbestos removal and carpet replacement are proposed for Bowie Primary School.
Trustees are also being asked to consider approving replacement of four HVAC units in Sulphur Springs High School cafeteria and auxiliary gymnasium. Also proposed is replacement of 31 HVAC units with cracked heat exchangers at various campuses throughout the district.
Also submitted for board consideration is purchase of a vehicle for the career and technology education program, a “READ 180” license renewal and update, and a proclamation adopting math textbooks for kindergarten through eighth grade, science texts for kindergaren through 12th grade, and texts for CTE and technology classes.
Superintendent Michael Lamb is scheduled to introduce the proposals and discuss these items with the school board, prior to trustees’ vote on each item.
At the end of the meeting, the board will hold an executive session to discuss any personnel matters or real property items brought forward since their June 9 meeting. Following the closed session, the board will reconvene in open session to take any action on the items discussed in the closed session, if any are put forth for a vote.
The special called meeting of the school board will begin at noon Wednesday, June 25, in the board room of Sulphur Springs Independent School District, 631 Connally St.
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