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Moffat County School Board takes action at Thursday meeting

During its meeting Thursday, the Moffat County School Board:

• Heard from Becca Pugh, Moffat County High School Student council president, on upcoming events at MCHS.

• Heard from Kinlie Brennise, a fifth-grader at East Elementary School, on her trip March 5 to the Colorado state capitol for Girls With Goals Day.



• Approved, 7-0, Feb. 23 meeting minutes, financial reports as of February, March check registers and a personnel report for March.

• Heard from board member J.B. Chapman on the current status of the Maximum Commitment to Excellence Committee.



• Heard from board member Lawrence Sober on his time March 5 at the Colorado Senate Bill 191 Action Summit.

• Heard from board member Christine Balderston on the passing of Colorado House Bill 1238.

• Heard from school district finance director Mark Rydberg on the budget.

• Approved, 7-0, the adoption of 2012-13 calendar for Maybell Elementary School.

• Approved, 7-0, school district unified plans.


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