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Metro School Board meets Monday

An upgrade to the scoreboard at the MCHS baseball/softball field will be discussed during the Metro School Board meeting Monday night at 6 p.m. (Image provided)

MOORE COUNTY — The Metro School Board will meet on Monday in a regular session meeting at 6 p.m. at the Moore County High School Library.

In new business, the Board will address non-resident tuition for the upcoming school year. Currently, the school systems charges those living outside Moore County $400 per child, per year up to a $1200 household maximum. This non-resident tuition policy first went into effect in 2017 and is reviewed annually each March. To see the current policy, click here.

The Board will also review the Disciplinary Hearing Authority (DHA) for the upcoming year. The DHA currently consists of five members: Wendy Hart, Danny Mooney, Jacquline Cates, Monica Hardin, and Penny Smith. To the see the current policy, click here.

Also in new business, the Board will discuss upgrading the scoreboard at the softball/baseball fields.

Director Moorehead will also discuss the annual Director of Schools evaluation by the Metro School Board, give an ESSER funding update, and update the Board on the General Purpose Budget.

To view the complete agenda, click here.

All Metro School Board meeting are open to the general public. Citizens can also watch remotely. For log in or call in credentials, contact Metro Director of Schools Chad Moorehead via email (mcdos@moorecountyschools.net) prior to 3 p.m. on Monday. If you have question, call the administrative offices at 931-759-7303 or visit http://www.moorecountyschools.net. •

{The Lynchburg Times is the only independently owned and operated newspaper in Lynchburg, Tennessee. We cover Metro Moore County government, Jack Daniel’s Distillery, Nearest Green Distillery, Tims Ford State Park, Motlow State Community College, Moore County High School, Moore County Middle School, Lynchburg Elementary, Raider Sports, plus regional and state news.}

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