North Mercer's board of education has adopted a balanced budget for the coming school year.
North Mercer's board of education has adopted a balanced budget for the coming school year. Revenues are projected at nearly two point eight ($2,793,820) million dollars while expenditures are listed as more than two point seven ($2,785,0140 million. The difference is a positive gain of 88 hundred dollars.
The North Mercer board voted NOT to pursue a public vote in August regarding
a Proposition C waiver. The reason was cited as higher than expected election costs.
The board employed Natalie Morgan of Bethany as sixth grade teacher replacing Doctor Kirk Mallette whose resignation was accepted last night.
Contracts were offered to three food service employees (Nellie Henley, Judy Wilson, and Marlene Stark) with a 3 percent pay increase.
The North Mercer school board has approved purchase of new basketball uniforms and to offer girls basketball players the chance to purchase their 2012-13 uniform at replacement costs. A policy was set to allow school team from Mercer that qualifies for the final four in a MSHSAA-sponsored activity will have the chance to buy their uniform. The North Mercer Board approved retiring Sierra Michaelis number 30 girls basketball uniform and the number will not be worn by any other varsity girls basketball player at North Mercer. She was named Miss Show Me basketball for all classes and ended her career as the second leading scorer in high school girls basketball in Missouri.