On today’s Let’s Talk Knoxville, Aaron Gernes talks with Dr. Randy Flack, Superintendent of the Knoxville Community School District, about the new MacBook Pros that the school district purchased for all teachers and for students in grades 6-12.
Today on Let’s Talk Knoxville, Aaron Gernes talks with Dr. Randy Flack, the Superintendent of the Knoxville Community School District, about the interviews held for the auditorium project yesterday as well as the regular school board meeting held yesterday.
The Knoxville School District will be pursuing a FEMA grant to help build an auditorium, according to Superintendent of Schools Dr. Randy Flack and Marion County Emergency Management Coordinator Jeff Anderson.
All public schools in Iowa must approve their certified budget by April 15th, a measure that is more difficult this year than most considering the Iowa legislature has not yet made a decision on allowable growth.
The Knoxville School Board met in regular session last night. Included in the agenda was approval of the certified budget, approval of the 2011-2012 school calendar and receiving of the 2010 audit report. On today’s Let’s Talk Knoxville Superintendent Dr. Randy Flack sits down with Samantha Smith to discuss the meeting and things going on in the district.
Knoxville School Board members Mark Mahoney and Leslie Miller will join 22 other community members on a committee that is looking into what it will take to build an auditorium in the district.
Iowa lawmakers have yet to make a decision on education funding for the upcoming fiscal year, which makes things difficult for school districts that must have submit their certified budgets to the auditor next month.
Associates and para educators in the Knoxville School District have bargaining rights for the first time this year and the initial proposal for the upcoming fiscal year was submitted to the Board of Education this week.