Princeton Board of Education approves bid for new playground equipment

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The Princeton Board of Education has approved a bid from Miracle Recreation Equipment Company for playground equipment.

The bid was slightly over 67-thousand dollars for large structures and a supplemental package of equipment for nearly 15-thousand dollars. The

Miracle Company hopes to have the installation completed before school starts. It was the only bidder, although one other company made a site visit.

The Princeton board approved the low bid for concrete work at the elementary playground. The bid by Vernon Yoder of Seymour, Iowa exceeded 39-thousand dollars.

The project includes a sitting wall, a sidewalk 200 feet long and eight feet wide, and a 40 by 60-foot basketball court. Three bids were submitted for the concrete work.

The board approved a 739-dollar salary increase for high school principal Tamie Miller. Her contract will be 66-thousand dollars in the upcoming school year.

The board accepted the resignation of Kelly Cowan of the parents as teachers program.

Artwork of possible new logos at center court in the gymnasium were presented for the school board to consider.

A logo is to be painted on the basketball court this summer.

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