USDA grant earns Tri-County School District new computers

Date 2012/9/17 9:54:19 | Topic: News

The Tri-County School District of Jamesport has obtained 45 desk-top computers through a U.S.D.A. program. The free computers will be distributed throughout the district. The Tri-County Board of Education, last week, approved a change in the school calendar to reduce two days of classes from full to HALF days.
Those days will be September 28th and February 15th, and will allow time for professional development of staff.

The board has approved fund-raisers for the Tri-County PTO, junior class, student council, and senior class. In addition, the board reviewed a request by the National Honor Society to participate in MoDOT's "Adopt a Highway Program", in which trash is collected along road. More information will be sought, with Highway 6 or Route F proposed for clean-up.

The board listened to a preliminary proposal for the Tri-County senior class to take a trip to Florida next May. No action was taken. A brief closed session was held regarding personnel, with no announcement afterwards.



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