SCHOOL BOARD MOPS UP LAST MINUTE BUSINESS BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS

SCHOOL BOARD MOPS UP LAST MINUTE BUSINESS BEFORE SCHOOL STARTS

In a brisk meeting at which the small audience was comprised mainly of District administrators, the Morongo Unified School District Board of Education accomplished a variety of pre-term mopping up activities. Reporter Dan Stork lists the actions…
Following the approval of her contract as Interim Assistant Superintendent for Instructional Services by the Board of Education, Dr. Deborah Turner took a seat at the head table. Then the Board officially acknowledged projects placed on the “Applications Received Beyond Bond Authority List”; this details items that were somewhere on the Measure O bond fund priority list, but not high enough to get done with the available funds. Despite two late change orders and a notice of completion, and the impending actual use of newly constructed facilities at Twentynine Palms High School, the legal battle is not over, as the District and the contractor will continue to wrangle over who was to do what when, and how. A supplementary U.S. history book, which contains some potentially controversial essays and readings, was approved for use. In previewing the school year that is about to get under way, administrators and board members highlighted the addition of 46 new teachers to the work force, and described in glowing terms a new building at Yucca Valley High School.

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