BOE meetings Monday night throughout county

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Monday night is Board of Education meeting night for most of the school districts in the area.
 The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education will hold their regularly scheduled monthly meeting this Monday night at the GPS Administration Building, 802 East Vilas starting at 7 p.m.
The business agenda has one action item on it. The item is the annual renewal to allow GPS students attending Meridian Technology to get school credit for any math and science classes they might take out at the school.  
The rest of the meeting agenda calls for the monthly consent agenda, which includes such items as the minutes from the last meeting, treasurer’s report, activity fund fundraisers requests, the monthly fuel bid, and the encumbrances of the general fund.
 Guthrie Superintendent of Schools Dr. Mike Simpson will give his monthly report and the agenda also allows time for any citizens who sign up in advance to address the BOE.
The board has an executive session scheduled to approve the hiring of Lori Allen (GHS Biology), Melanie Ball (GUES fourth grade), Melissa Greer (GUES Social Studies 6th Grade) and Shannon Kraft (GJHS English 8th Grade) replacing teachers that resigned after the first semester. The BOE is also being asked to approve Jason Rice as the new Girls Golf Head Coach and former head coach Mike Longstreth as his assistant.
  Barring any unforeseen new business after the personnel issues are approved in open session the meeting will be adjourned for the month.
The Mulhall-Orlando Board of Education will meet at 7 p.m. Monday night at he Mulhall Elementary School.
Similar to Guthrie the board will take action on the math and science credit options at Meridian Technology. The only other action item is to deal with a REAP grant.
The board has an executive session scheduled to do Superintendent Mike Parsons annual evaluation and to decide whether to reemploy him for the 2014-2015 school year and possible contract terms. Parsons current contract expires June 30, 2014. The board is then scheduled to come back in public session to vote on any action taken.

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