The public is encouraged to join the Calhoun County Board of Education for a public meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20, at Calhoun Middle-High School.|
Superintendent Tim Woodward will give a presentation on the Excess Levy Proposal, followed Q & A with those in attendance.
CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS - 2014 Excess Levy Information -
A Road map for the Next 5 Years
The quality of the education delivered by Calhoun County Schools will guide the future of each community we serve.
Calhoun County Schools wants to make sure you are informed about the excess levy before heading to the polls on Nov. 4.
The excess levy would provide the school system with $700,472 a year for five years. It isnít a quick fix but should be viewed as a means to reaching a destination everyone will be pleased with.
Preserve free lunch and breakfast program for nearly 1,100 students
Continue funding for 4-H and the West Virginia University Extension Agency
Ensure that students have supplies, textbooks, workbooks, fine arts, technology and opportunities in vocational education
Recruit and retain high-quality teachers
Provide transportation for extracurricular programs and field trips to such places as the Clay Center and Columbus Zoo
Restore after-school activity bus
Restore supplemental pay for teachers, directors, principals, assistant principals, bus drivers, cooks, aids, custodians, maintenance & secretaries.
Restore funding for professional development
Maintain high level of technology in classrooms
FOR COMMUNITY MEMBERS
Free admission for all Calhoun County residents to athletic events, shows and concerts