Gilman City Board of Education approves employee health insurance

Gilman City School

The Gilman City R-4 Board of Education October 20th approved health insurance.

Superintendent Roger Alley reported a rate increase of 5.9%. The board will continue to pay 100% of the deductible of $5,000. For the deductible of $3,000, the employee will be required to pay $33.62. Bookkeeper Tori Wideman reports the health insurance is through Blue Cross Blue Shield.

The board approved the Curriculum Program Evaluation and a policy update.

Principal Jill Sperry reported on the FFA fall contest results and Barnwarming. The juniors and seniors took the ACT Tuesday October 19th.

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