Metro School Board meets on Monday

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — Next years school budget and pay plan will be just a couple of items on tonight Metro School Board meeting agenda. The Board will meet at the Moore County High School Library at 6 p.m. on Monday, April 11.

Budget season will be upon us soon and as such, the school system will continue to amp up discussion of budget-related items from now until July. On Monday, Director Moorehead and the Board will discuss the 2022-23 General Purpose Budget and the 2022-23 Differentiated Pay Plan.

Other items to be voted on by the Board tonight include adding LES playground equipment and library materials to the school’s surplus list. The Board will also vote to accept a bus bid extension from the Mid South Bus Center, and consider the MCHS Rock Project.

In his monthly report, Director Moorehead will address the LES carpet replacement and playground upgrades, the MCHS fitness equipment, the summer learning camp, an LES plumbing issue, school-based trauma informed liaison services, a custodian resignation, and a review of the quarterly expenditure and revenue report.

All Metro School Board meetings are open to the general public. •

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