Board of Education meeting outcomes – June 17, 2014. (Download PDF)
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The Board of Education received an update June 17 on the status of proposed budgets from the governor’s office, the House, and the Senate. (A comparison of the state’s budget proposals and potential budget gaps are available in the presentation and video at the end of this post.)
The board approved an interim budget at the meeting that allows the school system to continue baseline operations while state lawmakers in the House and Senate negotiate a final budget.
What is an interim budget?
It is a temporary budget that allows the school system to continue basic operations until a final budget is approved at the state level. The interim budget maintains current levels of spending. It does not allow for expansion or the funding of new services. Continue Reading . . .
Board of Education meeting outcomes – June 3, 2014 (Download PDF)
The Board of Education approved the following staff appointments at its June 3 meeting:
- Nancy Allen has been appointed Principal at the Durant Road Middle School.
- Edye Morris Bryant has been appointed Principal at Davis Drive Middle School.
Board of Education meeting outcomes – May 20, 2014 (Download PDF)
The Board of Education approved the following staff appointments at its May 20 meeting:
- Janiece Dilts has been appointed Assistant Principal at the Holly Grove Middle School.
- Jonathan Enns has been appointed Principal at Fuquay-Varina High School.
The Board of Education approved school assignments on May 20 for future residents of the Southerlyn, Traditions at Heritage, and Walnut Terrace housing developments. The school assignments balance school capacity in the quickly-growing area as new housing and new schools continue to be built. Continue Reading . . .
Board of Education meeting outcomes – May 6, 2014 (Download PDF)
The Board of Education has hired Rodney Trice to become the district’s first Assistant Superintendent of Equity Affairs. Trice was appointed at the May 6, 2014, meeting.
Trice currently serves in a similar position at the Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools. He has been an educator for 16 years, working as a teacher, school administrator, and district-level administrator.
In his new role, Trice will work with the superintendent’s office and Board of Education on developing and implementing the district’s long-term strategic goals and objectives related to diversity and equity.
Five schools will have new start times for the 2014-15 school year to improve transportation times and efficiency. The Board of Education approved these changes at its May 6 meeting.
Four of the school schedules will shift by less than 15 minutes.
Green Elementary School students will experience the most significant change, starting 50 minutes later at 8:30 a.m. The change is recommended due to new traffic patterns. In June, Green students will move to the Spring Forest Modular Campus on Spring Forest Road near East Millbrook Middle School while their school is being renovated. Continue Reading . . .