FIRTH â The Firth school board has asked voters in the its district to pass a $300,000 per year supplemental levy for two years. The vote will be Tuesday, May 17, in the electorâs regular polling place.
Thursday night, trustees presented a PowerPoint presentation before 110 people.
âThis supplemental levy is not meant to increase or enhance our programs but to maintain it,â Board Chairman Barlow Cook said.
âIt comes down to a matter of trust,â committee member Ron Carlson said. âOur elected board members said we need a supplemental levy.
SHELLEY â The Shelley Joint School District board of trustees met in a regularly scheduled meeting Thursday night to discuss policy changes and programs within the district.
The board passed a resolution to void all sections of their policy that is in conflict with the new education reform laws, primarily pertaining to personnel. There have been 15 policies identified so far that are in conflict.
The board also granted the district permission to subscribe to the Idaho School Boards Association policy manual service at a cost of $300.