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09/28/2016

THE FAIRMONT AREA SCHOOL BOARD HAS APPROVED THE PROPOSED PROPERTY TAX LEVY THAT SHOWS A ZERO INCREASE FOR 2017. THE BOARD APPROVED A LEVY OF 5,399,019 DOLLARS AT TUESDAY'S MEETING, WHICH MATCHES THIS YEARS LEVY AMOUNT.

SCHOOL DISTRICT FINANCE DIRECTOR SUE NELSON SAYS THIS PROPOSED LEVY WILL BE FINALIZED AT THE DECEMBER SCHOOL BOARD MEETING.AND CAN BE LOWERED BUT NOT INCREASED BEFORE FINAL APPROVAL.

IN OTHER BOARD NEWS A POINT OF DISCUSSION CAME UP AT THE END OF REPORT GIVEN BY FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR JACKIE LEMAY ABOUT THE PAYMENT METHOD FOR SCHOOL LUNCH WHO SAID THE SCHOOL I.D. BADGE PAYMENT FOR MEALS IS NOT AN EFFICIENT METHOD FOR HIGH SCHOOL LUNCH.

FAIRMONT AREA SCHOOLS JOE BROWN COUNTERED WITH A REQUEST THAT IF CHARTWELL'S, THE SCHOOL DISTRICTS FOOD SERVICE PROVIDER, WOULD TAKE OVER COLLECTION OF PAYMENTS AND HANDLE ALL PARENTAL CALLS ABOUT IT THAT THE SCHOOL NOW GETS HE IS WILLING TO DISCUSS A CHANGE.

THE SCHOOL BOARD APPROVED A TEACHER SENIORITY LIST AND APPROVED SOME POLICIES WITH CHANGES AND HAD THE FIRST READING OF OTHERS THAT WILL BE REVIEWED AND THEN APPROVED AT A LATER MEETING.



ROD HALVORSEN
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