Northern Tier Career Center – John Morgan announced the spring open house on May 13 and the Center is still having problems with roofing issues.
Federal Programs – Steve Brion noted that the district received the final allocation for Title I, $361,974.
Primary School Report – Mr. Brion announced that Mr. Campbell and members of Singin' In The Rain presented a short program at W. R. Croman, much to the delight of the students. Read-a-thon will be held March 27 from 9 to 11; and kindergarten registration is continuing. Total is up to 89 new students.
Intermediate School Report – Mr. Brion noted that March 19th is the next Student of the Month breakfast; and April 13 will be the Brain Show.
Junior/Senior High School Report – Ms. Abreu mentioned several students who will be attending the Economic finals; FBLA State Conference; and the senior all star game will be held March 23. She also said the Harlem Wizard game was a success as was the blood drive.
Superintendent Charles Young said he recently spoke at the Commission on Schools conference about funding the school districts in PA. Additional information will appear next week.
The board accepted the resignations of Jennifer Ingrassia 19.75 hr/week Casual Custodian at WRC; Wayne Pratt, Girls' Soccer Head Coach; and Tina Woodward 7th & 8th Grade Girls' Volleyball Assistant Coach
Alexandria VanDerlyke was hired as a science teacher and these names were added to the support staff substitute list: Autum McPherson, PCA, TA, Sec., Caf, Cust; Brittnie Burbag, PCA, TA, Sec, Caf.; Christine Eick TA, Sec, Caf;
The 2014-2018 Comprehensive Plan was approved.
The board approved trips to Camp Brule Trip for Sixth Graders, May 13-15; and the PA Economics Challenge trip to Harrisburg, PA, March 23-24;
A Jr./Sr. High School student was expelled for 10 days due to conduct
The revised 2015-2016 School Calendar was approved.
Next week: visitor's comments about the track project.